Z. Hülya Gündoğdu

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Traumatic injury to the ureter in childhood is uncommon, and since it is not associated with hematuria may remain undiagnosed for a relatively long period of time. In this paper we reported the case of a five-year-old girl who had ureteral injury due to Kirschner wire application for hip dislocation. We drew attention to the fact that pelvic interventions(More)
Adrenal rests are small nodules of adrenal cortical tissue that are not infrequently found incidentally at orchiopexy or herniotomy. During a period of 12 months, 340 children aged 13 days to 17 years underwent operations for common inguinoscrotal pathology at the Department of Pediatric Surgery, Numune Medical Center. In 10 cases ectopic adrenocortical(More)
An unusual example of angiomyolipoma, which presented as a bulging mass on the right lumbar region of a newborn baby, is presented. The case described is the first report of a newborn with an unusually located angiomyolipoma. The most common predilection sites are the renal parenchyma and the retroperitoneum. However, most of the patients described are(More)
A case of hepatic granuloma resembling a simple cystic lesion of the liver in computed tomography with clinical manifestation of erythema nodosum is presented. The causes of hepatic granulomas and the importance of liver biopsy or exploratory laparotomy in their diagnosis are discussed with a review of the literature.
Solitary rectal ulcer syndrome is a very rare cause of rectal bleeding in both children and adults. It is of importance in that it may mimic other, more serious rectal pathology such as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, villous papilloma, or carcinoma. We report an unusual cause of rectal bleeding in a child due to solitary rectal ulcer syndrome with a(More)
A patient with a bronchogenic cyst in the mediastinum is presented. This rare cyst was found by chance in a 14-month-old boy suffering from respiratory distress due to partial compression of a bronchus. Ultrasonographic and tomographic examinations revealed a cystic mass measuring 3 x 3 cm in diameter located within the apex of the right lobe of the lung.(More)
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