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It has ever been reported that central venous cannulation via the infraclavicular axillary vein (IAV) could cause pneumothorax. However, recently at our hospital, a 66-year-old female patient undergoing craniectomy for brain tumor sustained pneumothorax after cannulation of the IAV for intraoperate monitoring. The complication was not recognized until a(More)
Microglandular adenosis (MGA) and atypical microglandular adenosis (AMGA) are extremely rare and unique forms of adenosis of the breast. Both forms of adenosis are strongly associated with carcinoma arising in microglandular adenosis (MGACA) and are recognised as precursor lesions of invasive breast carcinoma. Here we provide a clinical report of a young(More)
Vaginal stones are rare. Most gynecologists may never see a vaginal stone case throughout their career. The earliest reported case was in 1900, in which a stone formed in a vaginal cystocele [1]. Most vaginal stones are derived from the deposition of urinary salt. Stones consisting of phleboliths in the venous plexus of the vaginal wall [1] and primary(More)
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