Tamarah Westmoreland

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Liver herniation with gastroschisis is an uncommon occurrence that is associated with a poor prognosis. This report presents a single case of complex gastroschisis complicated by herniation of the left hepatic lobe. In the subject case, the abdominal wall defect was successfully closed by sequential closure with negative pressure wound therapy after the(More)
Esophageal foreign body impaction (EFBI) is a rare condition in childhood which needs urgent removal. However, if left untreated, its chronic impaction may lead to serious secondary complications. Symptoms associated with chronic EFBI are attributed to airway disease or gastroesophageal reflux, which further delays definitive diagnosis and management. We(More)
The authors report a child with alveolar soft part sarcoma who developed significant anemia due to gastrointestinal blood loss. Evaluation revealed the source of bleeding as a gastric metastasis, which was successfully removed. A brief review of gastrointestinal involvement by alveolar soft part sarcoma is discussed.
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