E. C. J. L. Mattens

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Trichobezoars (hair ball) are usually located in the stomach, but may extend through the pylorus into the duodenum and small bowel (Rapunzel syndrome). They are almost always associated with trichotillomania and trichophagia or other psychiatric disorders. In the literature several treatment options are proposed, including removal by conventional(More)
A bilateral fracture of the proximal tibia is rare in children. We describe a girl with a bilateral fracture just distal of the epiphyseal plate after minimal trauma. A 14-year-old girl was presented to the emergency department because of the suspicion of bilateral tibia fracture. During gymnastics at school, she injured herself while attempting to jump on(More)
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