Mária Ukös

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The authors report the case of a 63-year-old patient who was polytraumatized in a motor vehicle accident and suffered multiple traumatic injuries. Chest and pelvic fractures as well as left-sided diaphragmatic rupture with associated omentum herniation were diagnosed on CT scan. None of the injuries required urgent surgical intervention. After 10 days(More)
The diagnosis of eosinophilic gastritis in a 45 year old man was definitely established only through laparotomy, after inconclusive radiological, endoscopical and biopsy histological findings. The diagnostic difficulties in this particular case were characteristic for this condition, as evident from the literature.
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