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INTRODUCTION The risk of complications and the severity of pancreatic trauma depend on the status of the main pancreatic duct. Endoscopic retrograde pancreatography (ERCP) has emerged as the technique of reference for assessing pancreatic ductal anatomy, and it also permits therapeutic intervention by the endoscopic placement of an endoprosthesis. CASE We… (More)
We report a case of spontaneous peri-pancreatic hematoma which was associated with a celiac trunk stenosis. Hematoma was probably due to the rupture of a pancreaticoduodenal artery aneurysm. This diagnosis of pancreatic carcinoma, initially retained, illustrates the difficult diagnostic process. Therapeutic modalities for preventing recurrence are discussed.
PURPOSE Rectal prolapse is frequently associated with fecal incontinence; however, the relationship is questionable. The study was designed to evaluate fecal incontinence in a large consecutive series of patients who suffered from rectal prolapse, focusing on both past history, anal physiology, and imaging. METHODS Eighty-eight consecutive patients who… (More)