Rehan Nabi Khan

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Xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis is a benign, uncommon variant of chronic cholecystitis characterised by focal or diffuse destructive inflammation of the gall bladder. The present study was undertaken to analyse the clinical presentation, pre-operative imaging, intra-operative findings and histological features of xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis and the(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM Enteric perforation is a grave complication of typhoid fever. Laparotomy with primary closure is the treatment of choice depending upon the bowel condition. Fecal fistula formation is the main concern in primary closure and the incidence of this complication dramatically decreases when omentum is used as a patch over primary closure. (More)
Aim: To evaluate the factors influencing fascial wound dehiscence after midline laparotomy in the patients of perforation peritonitis with an emphasis on measurement of “intra-abdominal” pressure (IAP) and fascial transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta). Methods: Hundred eligible adult patients with the diagnosis of perforation peritonitis who underwent(More)
BACKGROUND Chronic abdominal pain is a very common condition presenting to a general surgeon. It is defined as pain lasting for more than 3 months. Sometimes, the diagnosis cannot be established even with the help of advanced radiological investigations. This study aims to define the role of laparoscopy in diagnosing the cause of chronic abdominal pain and(More)
A 32-year-old man with graft loss due to chronic rejection received a 2nd kidney allograft from a living donor in the left iliac fossa, while the 1st was left in the contralateral side. An episode of acute rejection occurred at 1 month, resolved by steroid therapy. The 2nd allograft developed chronic allograft nephropathy, resulting in graft failure after(More)
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