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Id: 15480
Author: Naraynsingh, Vijay; Raju, G. Changal; Ratan, Premchand N; Wong, Jean.
Title: Massive ascites due to omental endometriosis
Source: Postgrad Med J;61(716):539-40, June 1985.
Language: En.
Abstract: Endometriosis associated with massive ascites is an unusual combination. Only 12 cases have been reported since its first description by Brews in 1954. The authors report the first case where radical surgery was avoided because of successful hormonal therapy.(Summary)
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Id: 15072
Author: Naraynsingh, Vijay; Barrow, Russell; Raju, G. Changal; Manmohansingh, L. U.
Title: Segmental infarction of the omentum: diagnosis by ultrasound - case report
Source: Postgrad Med J;61(717):651-2, July 1985. tab.
Language: En.
Abstract: Pre-operative diagnosis of segmental infarction of the omentum is difficult because of its rarity and non-specific clinical features. We present a case of omental infarction and suggest that ultrasound scan may be helpful in the diagnosis of this entity (Summary)
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Id: 11702
Author: Noah, Praveen K; Ramchander, D. M; Venugopal, Sivarajan.
Title: Omental cyst masquerading as ascites
Source: West Indian med. j;37(2):114-8, June 1988.
Language: En.
Abstract: This report describes a three-year-old girl with an omental cyst masquerading as ascites. A review of the literature has shown that large omental cysts are frequently misdiagnosed as ascites. Ultrasonography is a valuable aid in the diagnosis (AU)
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Id: 11043
Author: Poonai, Anila P. V; Poonai, P. Vijay.
Title: A case of widespread endometriosis and review of the literature
Source: West Indian med. j;21(2):105-8, June 1972.
Language: En.
Abstract: An unusual case of endometriosis is reported and the literature briefly reviewed (AU)
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Id: 8831
Author: Leacock, Aubrey G.
Title: Torsion of the great omentum
Source: Br Guiana Med Ann;28:74-6, 1947.
Language: En.
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Id: 2986
Author: McFarlane, Michael.
Title: Non-operative management of stab wounds to the abdomen with omental evisceration
Source: J R Coll Surg Edinb;41(4):239-40, Aug. 1996.
Language: En.
Abstract: A consecutive series of 12 patients with anterior abdominal stab wounds and omental evisceration treated at the Kingston Public Hospital Jamaica over a 3-year period is presented. During this period 223 patients with abdominal stab wounds were seen of which 66 had omental evisceration. Conservative surgical management was the approach followed in 14 patients who presented without signs of peritonitis. There were no late complications or missed visceral injuries necessitating laparotomy. Serial physical examination was the method used to select patients for conservative surgical management with the exclusion of patients with deteriorating clinical signs or peritonitis. Omental evisceration through an abdominal stab wound in a patient with stable clinical signs and without evidence of peritonitis is not an absolute indication for exploratory laparotomy. (AU)
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