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BACKGROUND The ingestion of foreign bodies is the second most frequent cause of aorto-esophageal fistulization after aneurysms of the thoracic aorta. CASE REPORT A 28-year-old man died from catastrophic hematemesis 7 days after ingesting a bone splinter. The CT scan performed 3 days before the fatal event had demonstrated a fistulous formation originating(More)
The authors report 2 clinical cases of vesicopelvic endometriosis. The urinary symptoms and the radiological appearance of endometriosis of the bladder are nonspecific. The diagnosis was established by histological examination of the resection specimen. The authors describe the therapeutic approach based on radical surgery designed to eradicate the(More)
The authors report 3 cases of epidermoid cyst of the testis. Clinical, laboratory and ultrasound data were relatively nonspecific. Precise histological criteria were defined by PRICE in 1969. The diagnosis is based on frozen section examination after transnnguinal testicular exploration. The authors describe the most conservative therapeutic approach for a(More)
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