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Teratomas of the placenta are rare tumors. A case arising in a term placenta is reported, past cases are reviewed, and possible mechanisms of pathogenesis are reviewed.
The coexistence of biliary atresia and small bowel atresia has been described. However, attempts to correct the biliary atresia at the same time as small bowel atresia repair have not been detailed. In 1986, a 2,170-g female was delivered at 36 weeks' gestation. Postpartum, duodenal obstruction was suspected after oral feedings were not tolerated. At 37… (More)
Although unilateral traumatic renal artery thrombosis may be more common than was once thought, bilateral traumatic renal artery thrombosis is rare, with only thirteen previously reported cases. Time is of the essence in diagnosing this condition, so that in the proper clinical setting one may be able to proceed quickly to arteriography. However, the… (More)