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Post-partum ovarian vein thrombosis is an uncommon clinical presentation. 90% of cases present as right loin and right iliac fossa pain, within 10 days of the puerperal period. Two such cases that were referred to the Imaging department as suspected appendicitis/ureteric colic are reported. The findings seen on imaging illustrate the difficulty in the… (More)
Thrombocytopenia is a well- recognized complication of heparin therapy. The diagnosis is mostly clinical and the main value of laboratory testing is in excluding the diagnosis. We describe here a patient with stroke who had aspiration pneumonia leading to sepsis. She developed atrial fibrillation and received heparin which had to be stopped prematurely due… (More)
A case of Brunneroma causing gastric outlet obstruction is presented with radiological, endoscopical findings which was removed laparoscopically.