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Abdominoscrotal hydrocele (ASH) in infancy is a rarely reported condition. We present an 11-week-old infant who was born with massive scrotal enlargement. At exploration, he was found to have large bilateral ASHs and bilateral fusiform testes. Gross morphologic testicular changes associated with hydrocele have previously only been reported in adults. Our(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the optimal management, conservative or surgical, of patients with penetrating or blunt Type III renal injuries. PATIENTS AND METHODS This retrospective study comprised 122 patients with blunt abdominal or penetrating trauma with suspected significant renal injuries. Forty-five patients (32 penetrating and 13 blunt trauma) with Type(More)
Gardner's syndrome (GS) is complicated by abdominal desmoid tumors in approximately 8% of cases. We describe two cases of ureteral obstruction and fistulization due to rapidly enlarging desmoid tumors. Initial management consisted of placement of ureteral stents to provide urine drainage from the kidney as well as from the collection in the cavities within(More)
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