Stephen Lalfakzuala Sailo

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Nocardia is a significant opportunistic pathogen in patients with compromised immunity. Nocardia asteroides was isolated from subcutaneous abscesses on the left thigh and shoulder of a renal transplant recipient. Direct examination of the aspirated pus showed branching filaments that were gram-positive and acid fast. The abscesses were drained and the(More)
Bladder cancers are the second most common urogenital malignancy, its most common type being urothelial carcinoma. Lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma (LELC) which is commonly described in the nasopharynx is a very rare presentation in the bladder. Diagnosis of this entity poses a histopathological challenge. Nonetheless, the correct diagnosis is important as(More)
Primary lymphoma of the urinary bladder is a rare entity. It has a distinctively different presentation than the urothelial carcinoma, which is the most common form of bladder cancer, but might mimic inflammatory lesions such as tubercular cystitis, clinically as well as radiologically. We present a case of primary extranodal marginal zone lymphoma of the(More)
Segmental cystic renal disease is a unique benign condition that requires no treatment. It can be confused on imaging, especially on sonography, with other more common cystic renal diseases and sometimes cystic malignancy. We report a case of segmental cystic renal disease with typical imaging features on sonography and CT for which nephrectomy was avoided.
A 9-month-old girl presented with dribbling urine and no normal voiding since birth. There was no history of urinary tract infection. On examination, the child appeared healthy. An abdominal examination was normal. On separation of the labia, a single opening with leaking urine was seen; no separate urethral opening was identified (Figure 1). Abdominal(More)
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