Inflammatory Fibroid Polyp is a rare cause of adult intussusception. A young male presented with intermittent colicky abdominal pain. CT scan showed ileo-ileal intussusception. At surgery, the intussusception was reduced, resection/anastomosis was done for intraluminal polyp.
Fifty year old patient with palpable abdominal mass causing pain. Pathology consistent with "loose periooneal body." Matthew Swenson MD
Huge longstanding hydrocele
Long standing uv prolapse
The images shows a crushed hand with gross disruption of musculature, blood vessels, ligaments and bones.
The image shows right sided pre-auricular sinus. The case was managed by performing excision of sinus tract.
This is the CT scan, which showed transposition of a loop of large intestine in between the diaphragm and the liver, and there was NO free intraperitoneal air.
CXR of a 40 y old patient who presented to ER with mild abdominal pain. CXR showed free air. She was hemodynamically stable, and had minimal tenderness on exam. CT scan was done which showed Chilaiditi syndrome
This is a chest X- ray of a 40 y old female patient who presented to ER with mild abdominal pain. X ray showed free air. Because the patient was hemodynamically stable, and she had very mild pain with no signs of acute abdomen, she underwent CT scan, whic
Rectal prolapse normally describes a medical condition wherein the walls of the rectum protrude through the anus and hence become visible outside the body. Treatment is primarily surgical using abdominal or perineal approach.