Case

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abdomenrad

Patient Data :


Age : 65 - Gender : Male

History :

A patient with sudden onset of right abdominal pain and weakness applied to ER unit. Heamoglobin and heamatocrite levels were lower than the physiological values (approximate values are respectively 7 g/dl and 20% ).
     
     
     
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Anonymous ;
9/24/2014 2:31:26 PM
a lesion in cystic density with well-circumscribed spherical appears and surrounding heterogeneous density in the region of right upper intestinal segments . Lower Hb and Htc levels and heterogeneous density around intestinal segments may represent bleeding. in differential diagnosis Gastrointestinal stromal tumor with areas of necrosis primarily can be considered.
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Anonymous ;
9/24/2014 8:32:23 PM
Right pararenal fluid collection caused by renal cyst rupture
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Anonymous ;
9/25/2014 11:33:14 AM
right angiomyolipoma rupture and fluid collection
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Ruslan ;
9/26/2014 4:40:26 PM
İs there a free air on the lateral side of the biggest cyst ? Or its air of the right colon?
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Kerem ;
9/26/2014 6:47:21 PM
@ Ruslan It is more likely to be compressed ascending colon.
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Ruslan ;
9/27/2014 2:57:50 PM
Thanks Kerem !!! You are probably right !!! I would like to pay your attention on a cyst slightly below than the gall bladder...To which organ it belongs ??? Hepatic cyst or mesenteric cyst???
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Ruslan ;
9/27/2014 9:05:50 PM
History : The patient had SUDDEN ONSET of right abdominal pain and weakness. His hemoglobin and hematocrite levels were low ( 7 g/dl and 20% ). No doubt about arterial bleeding... İn my opinion it is Wunderlich syndrome...
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BB ;
10/6/2014 9:14:57 PM
Acute subcapsular, retroperitoneal and pararenal hemorrhage due to bleeding from a right renal malignancy or hemorrhagic cyst.
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HAKAN ;
10/12/2014 9:56:19 PM
Gallbladder stones and main subject is perirenal abscess.
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vitocarleone ;
11/16/2014 8:21:14 PM
Anterior perirenal and intraparankimal hematoma, would be hemorrhage bleeding from a benign or malign renal mass, Wunderlich syndrome? consequent with the clinical and imaging findings
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lale ;
4/12/2015 11:25:38 AM
right anterior pararenal and perirenal hematoma, renal hemorrhagic cysts, bilateral adrenal masses (adenom), cholelitiasis
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recai ;
2/5/2016 11:39:09 PM
right pararenal fluid collection caused by renal angiomyolipoma bleeding
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