Jayesh Kudchadkar

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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)
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 postprandial(More)
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