Mehmet Tekinel

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Congenital posterolateral diaphragmatic defects, such as Bochdalek hernias (BHs), usually present during the neonatal period with respiratory symptoms and are associated with significant mortality (1). However, a subset of patients with BHs may remain asymptomatic during childhood, and the condition may present as a surgical emergency in adulthood (2).(More)
Although the metastases from extra- abdominal tumors to the small bowel are rare, cutaneous melanoma is the most common source. A 78 year old man with occult intestinal bleeding due to malign melanoma of the small bowel was admitted to our clinics. The patient was managed successfully by small bowel resection with end to end anastomosis. Patient is alive(More)
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