Musasi Tobe

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BACKGROUND A 65-year woman injured by automobile had an open-book type pelvic fracture and extraperitoneal bladder rupture. CASE PRESENTATION Non-surgical management was selected because of suspected minor leakage. A follow-up CT cystography on day 21 showed a large urinoma. In the sagittal reconstruction CT images, the bladder was displaced downwards.(More)
We describe the first recorded case of segmental mediolytic arteritis (SMA) in Japan. A 71-year-old Japanese woman developed sudden abdominal pain and went into shock during hospitalization for treatment of valvular heart disease. Laparotomy revealed a ruptured pseudoaneurysm of the left gastric artery. Histological examination of the resected artery(More)
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