Gastric dilatation in women with eating disorder. Diagnosed and control by ultrasound Gastric dilatation may be an important complication in patients with eating disorders, particularly bulimia, which requires early diagnosis. We present a case in which it could be diagnosed using utrasonography in emergency department. Anamnesis 19 year old woman consulted… (More)
The authors present two cases of giant, ossified, craniopharyngioma in paediatric patients; one was subtotally (more than 90%) and the other, totally resected, both by a transfrontal-nasal approach. The results have been excellent, with total clinical recovery, olfactory function preserved and no cosmetic sequelae.