Mohd. Firdaus Md. Khalid

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Pulse granuloma is a rare benign entity, most likely representing a foreign body reaction to vegetable particles. We report a case of a pulse granuloma involving the rectum. The patient presented with a submucosal and intramuscular mass lesion found at routine rectal examination and subsequent colonoscopy. The mass was excised and the microscopic(More)
The term "vertebrobasilar dolichoectasia" refers to anomalous dilatation of the intracranial arteries associated with elongation or tortuosity of the affected vessels. The etiology of the disease is unknown and is usually detected incidentally. The predominant clinical manifestations arise due to the mass effect of the dilated vessels and may include(More)
Introduction Ultrasound guided fine needle aspiration biopsy of abdominal masses is an increasingly common diagnostic procedure in oncology. Various imaging modalities like lymphography, fluoroscopy and computerized tomography (CT) have been utilized in the evaluation of abdominal masses. The advantages of ultrasono-graphy is that it is rapid, inexpensive,(More)
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