Jeswanth Sathyanesan

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Introduction and Objective. Biliary cystadenoma is a rare benign neoplasm of the liver with less than 200 cases being reported allover the world. We report a series of 13 cases highlighting the radiological findings and problems related to its management. Materials and Methods. Records of thirteen patients who underwent surgery for biliary cystadenomas,(More)
Background. Hemosuccus pancreaticus (HP) is a very rare and obscure cause of upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Due to its rarity, the diagnostic and therapeutic strategy for the management of this potentially life threatening problem remains undefined. The objective of our study is to highlight the challenges in the diagnosis and management of HP and to(More)
Background. Xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis (XGC) is often misdiagnosed as gallbladder cancer (GBC). We aimed to determine the preoperative characteristics that could potentially aid in an accurate diagnosis of XGC masquerading as GBC. Methods. An analysis of patients operated upon with a preoperative diagnosis of GBC between January 2008 and December(More)
CONTEXT Standard celiac and hepatic arterial anatomy occur in approximately 60% of the patients; for the remaining, multiple variations have been described. A thorough knowledge of these anomalies is important in order to avoid unnecessary complications. In this report we describe one of the rarest arterial anomalies, a hepatomesenteric trunk supplying the(More)
BACKGROUND Isolated caudate lobe resection remains a technical challenge even in the best hands. This is due to the difficult approach and its location between major vessels. This retrospective study aims to analyze our experience with isolated caudate lobe resections. METHODS Of the 402 patients who underwent liver resections between January 2002 and(More)
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