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Nerve stimulator guided pudendal nerve blockversus general anesthesia for hemorrhoidectomy
PurposeA randomized clinical trial was undertaken to test the hypothesis that patients receiving a nerve stimulator guided pudendal nerve block for hemorrhoidectomy would experience more effectiveExpand
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Paravertebral blockade vs general anesthesia or spinal anesthesia for inguinal hernia repair.
One hundred and fifty-five patients scheduled for inguinal hernia repair (IHR) were given the choice of either general anesthesia (GA) (n = 53) or spinal anesthesia (SP) (n = 47) or nerve stimulatorExpand
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Torsion of huge wandering accessory spleen. Case report and review of literature
Highlights • Wandering accessory spleen of giant sizeis a rare clinical presentation of a common disease that carry significant morbidity and mortality.• To highlight the awareness of the disease andExpand
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Nerve stimulator guided pudendal nerve block versus general anesthesia for hemorrhoidectomy (Le bloc du nerf honteux guidé par un neurostimulateur versus l'anesthésie générale pour une
the hypothesis that patients receiving a nerve stimulator guided pudendal nerve block for hemorrhoidectomy would experience more effective and prolonged postoperative analgesia and shorter hospitalExpand
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First case report of bile leak from the duct of Luschka in a patient with mini-gastric bypass: The challenge of management
Introduction The incidence of Bile duct injury after laparoscopic cholecystectomy approaches 0.11%–1.4%. Ducts of Luschka are the second most common site of bile leaks. The rarity of these ducts withExpand
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Large ileocecal submucosal lipoma presenting as hematochezia, a case report and review of literature
Highlights • Ileocecal lipomas present typically with intussusception.There are only few reported cases of ileocecal lipomas presenting as lower GI bleeding.• Histopathological evaluation remains theExpand
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Highly Vascularized Primarily Inflammatory Pseudotumor of the Omentum in an Adult Male: A Case Report
Patient: Male, 38 Final Diagnosis: Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor Symptoms: Abdominal pain • anorexia • weight loss Medication: — Clinical Procedure: Operation Specialty: Surgery Objective: RareExpand
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Follicular carcinoma arising in a large ectopic lingual thyroid: a case report and review of literature
Abstract Ectopic lingual thyroid has been described, however, follicular carcinoma arising within it is an extremely rare entity with only 40 cases reported in the literature. Lingual thyroidExpand