Hassan A. Alzahrani

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PATIENT Female, 68 FINAL DIAGNOSIS: Gallbladder agenesis with situs inversus totalis Symptoms: Epigastric pain • jaundice MEDICATION - Clinical Procedure: - Specialty: Surgery. OBJECTIVE Rare disease. BACKGROUND Situs inversus totalis is an inherited condition characterized by the mirror-image transposition of thoracic and abdominal organs.(More)
Amyand's hernia is a rare type of hernia where the vermiform appendix is within an inguinal hernia sac. Tumors of the appendix are quite uncommon. The coincidence of an Amyand's hernia with neuroendocrine tumor of the appendix, as in our case, is even more rarely reported. We report the case of an 81-year-old male who presented with an incarcerated right(More)
Cervical thymic cysts (CTCs) are unusual lesions, representing only 1% of cystic cervical masses. Diagnosis of this condition in adults is even rarer. We report a 34-year-old female who presented with asymptomatic progressively growing left-sided neck swelling. Neck ultrasound (US) showed a large cystic lesion with septation, compressing the ipsilateral(More)
We recently reported on the safety and feasibility of robotic transaxillary approaches for parathyroid surgeries with benefit of avoiding a visible cervical scar. Herein, we demonstrate our technique with utilization of intraoperative nerve monitoring and indocyanine green (ICG) imaging. The patient was discharged a few hours after the surgery.
Robot assisted thyroid surgery has the advantage of a superior field vision and technical advancements of robotic technology that have permitted novel remote access thyroid surgical approaches. Gasless trans-axillary robot-assisted thyroidectomy has been proved to be among the most current feasible approaches. This approach offers an excellent cosmetic(More)
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