pseudocyst


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pseu·do·cyst

n. pseudoquiste, formación semejante a la de un quiste.

pseudocyst

n pseudoquiste or seudoquiste m; pancreatic — pseudoquiste or seudoquiste pancreático
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The retrospective study was conducted at the Endoscopy Suite of Surgical Unit 4 at Dr Ruth Pfau Civil Hospital Karachi, and comprised data from January 2010 to January 2017 of patients who underwent ERCP for the retrieval of stent migrated in the common bile duct (CBD), pancreatic duct or pancreatic pseudocyst or were found to have migrated stent during either stent removal or exchange and where attempts were made to remove the stent.
Likewise shunt failure, CSF pseudocyst formation7 and subcapsular effusion of the liver8 are also some of few complications that are encountered very rarely.
BA Crisanto-Campos et al [4] in their study reported that out of 17 cases, 15 complained of epigastric pain, 6 cases reported with early satiety, 3 cases reported with weight loss and 2 cases reported with infected pancreatic pseudocyst (47).
Bhullar and Orfanou (6) reported on a mesenteric pseudocyst that would disappear and then reappear in different locations within the abdomen.
A 46-year-old man presented with obstructive jaundice due to a pseudocyst and a suspicious mass in the head of the pancreas (HOP), with a background of chronic pancreatitis.
The number of involved brain areas, the incidence of meningitis/encephalitis, ependitis, abscess, Virchow-Robin spaces, pseudocyst, dirty brain base and incidence of hydrocephalus, leukoariosis, infarction were compared using Chi-square test or Fisher t -test (if the statistical number <5) between two groups.
In this paper, we report imaging findings of an adrenal tumor containing a pseudocyst and a myelolipoma which was confused with adrenocortical carcinoma.
More experimentally, phage therapy for multidrug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii proved effective in a 68-year-old patient with necrotizing pancreatitis who continued to deteriorate over a 4-month period despite multiple courses of antibiotics and attempted drainage of a pancreatic pseudocyst. Researchers selected a phage-specific bacterium with specificity for A.
pseudoaneurysm of aberrant right gastroepiploic artery mimicking pseudocyst of pancreas--a rare case report.
Local complications include acute peripancreatic fluid collection (APFC), pancreatic pseudocyst, acute necrotic collection, and walled-off necrosis.
In addition to neoplastic processes, pancreatic pseudocyst is relevant to the differential diagnosis of SN with extensive cystic degeneration, the latter being distinguished by its characteristic epithelial lining, which usually can be identified with sufficient sampling.