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INTRODUCTION Fournier's gangrene is a rare, rapidly progressive, necrotizing fasciitis of the external genitalia and perineum. Case series have shown a mortality rate of 20% to 40% with an incidence of as high as 88% in some reports. In this study we aimed to share our experience in the management of Fournier's gangrene and to identify risk factors that… (More)
We describe here the case of a 62-year-old man with acute abdominal syndrome and severe hemorrhagic shock following successful thrombolysis for acute cardiac infarction. Emergency surgical exploration revealed extensive intraperitoneal and retroperitoneal hemorrhage resulting from the rupture of a large adrenal tumor. The diagnosis of pheochromocytoma was… (More)
Endoanal ultrasound (EAUS) is increasingly used in the management of anal fistulas. Although several studies have documented the accuracy of EAUS, very few were interested in the results of surgery after preoperative EAUS assessment . The aim of this study was to assess whether concordance of preoperative EAUS with operative findings has an impact on… (More)
CONTEXT Impalement injuries of the rectum with bladder perforation have been rarely reported. Such lesions have been associated with increased postoperative morbidity. A well-conducted preoperative evaluation of the lesions tends to prevent such complications. AIMS To increase awareness about patients with rectal impalement that involve bladder injuries… (More)
Fournier's Gangrene is a rare complication of rectal cancer. Its discovery is often delayed. It's incidence is about 0.3/100,000 populations in Western countries. We report a patient with peritoneal perforation of rectal cancer revealed by scrotal and perineal necrotizing fasciitis.
Necrosis of the stomach is rare. It occurs when there is vascular anomalies, gastric volvulus or herniation and in infectious gastritis. We report a case in which infectious gastritis leads to a necrotizing gastritis that is treated with urgent gastrectomy.
Conventional treatment of anal abscess by a simple drainage continues to be routine in many centers despite retrospective and randomized data showing that primary fistulotomy at the time of abscess drainage is safe and efficient. The purpose of this study is to report the long-term results of fistulotomy in the treatment of anal abscesses. This is a… (More)