Jayesh Kudchadkar

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The gastric antral mucosal diaphragms also called gastric antral webs (GAW) are circumferential membranes of mucosa and submucosa with a central aperture that occur in the gastric antrum near the pyloric canal [1]. They form a rare cause of gastric outlet obstruction (GOO) in adults [2,3]. A 45-year-old well-nourished male presented with post-prandial(More)
Blunt rectal injuries are very uncommon forming 4-11% of all rectal injuries and the rest are accounted for by penetrating rectal trauma [1]. Anorectal avulsion is a rare rectal injury [2]. A 30-year-old male admitted after a motorcycle accident with history of being partly runover by a vehicle over the right side of his pelvis with no history of impalement(More)
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