Isolated Focal Herniation of Pancreatic Body Through Esophageal Hiatus in a Patient With Scoliosis.

@article{Indiran2016IsolatedFH,
  title={Isolated Focal Herniation of Pancreatic Body Through Esophageal Hiatus in a Patient With Scoliosis.},
  author={Venkatraman Indiran},
  journal={Clinical gastroenterology and hepatology : the official clinical practice journal of the American Gastroenterological Association},
  year={2016},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={e39-40}
}
58-year-old man with cough for the past 3 weeks Awas referred for a computerized tomography (CT) of his chest. There was no epigastric pain or dysphagia. There was no significant medical or surgical history. The chest CT showed no significant pulmonary lesions. Fusion–segmentation anomalies of the first 6 thoracic vertebrae were seen with dextroscoliosis of… CONTINUE READING