Orhan Yağmurkaya

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The term bezoar refers to an intraluminal mass in the gastrointestinal system caused by the accumulation of indigestible ingested materials, such as vegetables, fruits, and hair. Bezoars are responsible for 0.4%-4% of cases of mechanical intestinal obstruction. The clinical findings of bezoar-induced ileus do not differ from those of mechanical intestinal(More)
Bile duct injury (BDI) as a complication of laparoscopic cholecystectomy may result in biliary cirrhosis with a high morbidity–mortality rate. Recurrent invasive procedures may be required for the optimum management. The most frequent causative factor in BDI is anatomical misidentification, particularly by inexperienced surgeons. Direct coloration of the(More)
Situs inversus totalis is a rare congenital abnormality with mirror symmetry of mediastinal and abdominal organs. Immune thrombocytopenic purpura is an autoimmune disease with destruction of thrombocytes. This paper is presentation of surgical approach to a case with coexistence of these two conditions.
Most ingested foreign bodies usually pass out in the feces uneventfully. Complications such as intestinal perforation and bleeding usually occur with sharp, thin, stiff, long, and pointed objects. This case describes the management of three lead pellets within the appendix vermiformis. A 45-year-old male visited our clinic complaining of a 4-month history(More)
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