Patrick Paul Tabet

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Pneumococcal peritonitis is prevalent in children and adults with comorbidities but extremely rare in healthy adults. Here we describe a case of pneumococcal peritonitis in a previously healthy woman with no known risk factors who presented with constipation, abdominal pain, and distention. Her only past medical history was an uncomplicated C-section two(More)
Although infrequently symptomatic, celiac artery stenosis is a vascular pathology that can commonly be encountered in hepatobiliary surgery. Secondary to celiac artery stenosis, the supramesocolic viscera may rely on blood supply from the gastroduodenal artery which, if ligated, can lead to detrimental ischaemia causing postoperative morbidity and(More)
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