Benign pneumoperitoneum in newborns is not a rare condition that should be managed conservatively. Neonatologists and surgical teams should work together to avoid unnecessary and potentially risky procedures.
INTRODUCTION Many objects were described in the literature as causes of upper airway obstruction including seeds, nuts and household particles but fragmented tracheostomy tube is a rarely reported cause of airway obstruction. We report a case of foreign body aspiration in the tracheobronchial tree due to a fragmented and migrated tracheostomy tube. … (More)
BACKGROUND We report a case of acute scrotal condition that presented in a four year old male child one year after being treated for an idiopathic rectal prolapse utilizing Thiersch wire. CASE PRESENTATION The acute scrotum had resulted from spreading perianal infection due to erosion of the circlage wire. The condition was treated with antibiotics and… (More)