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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

CASE 447: RETROPERITONEUM CYST, Dr PHAN THANH HẢI, Dr PHẠM THỊ THANH XUÂN, MEDIC MEDICAL CENTER, HCMC, VIETNAM


Man 20 yo with abdomen distention at  right subcostal region,  no pain  no fever.
Ultrasound of abdomen detected  one big mass in retroperitoneum, multiseptation and  multiloculated in connection with troubled fluid inside.
US 1=  longitudinal scan  over right kidney.
US 2 = crossed sectionnal scan over aorta.
US 3 = longitudinal  scan over spine.
US 4 = longitudinal  scan at  pelvis.





MSCT of  abdomen with CE:





CT 1 = sagital scan of  cystic mass  retroperitoneum.
CT 2 = frontal scan  of this mass  is cystic homogeneous.
CT 3 = frontal view of  this mass  and  gastrointestinal mass arround.
CT 4 =  aorta  no deplacement.       


Normal blood test and  all biocancer markers.

Open operation laparotomy  surgeon detected this cystic tumor in retroperitoneum , thin wall and  old blood  inside.
 Removed  this mass.



Microscopic result is benign 
 cavernous hemangioma.





Thursday, 10 August 2017

CASE 446: KILT SYNDROME, Dr PHAN THANH HẢI, Dr LÊ TỰ PHÚC, MEDIC MEDICAL CENTER, HCMC, VIETNAM



Man 35 yo,  hematuria repeated  many times with  many  dilated subcutaneous veins on the abdomen wall [photo].


US of  kidneys   showed  righ and left kidney looked like hydronephrosis. But cannot detected the cause ( US 1, US 2)   US 3  =  CDI of  renal artery;  US 4 = spectral Doppler of pyramid arteries; US 5 = varicosis in urinary bladder wall.






CT of kidney without CE ( CT 1)=   HU of pelvis kidney  = 8 UI
CT 2  with CE ,  CT 3: secretion phase; CT 4= small ureter on R and L sides.







 MRI 1, MRI 2= kidney non CE   showed pelvis kidneys dilated and fluid collection around  2 kidneys.



Ultrasound of the leg = dilated chronic  deep vein thrombosis.

Conclusion= absence of IVC  suprarenal with DVT of  the legs, it is  K I L T syndrome.
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Saturday, 5 August 2017

CASE 445: LIVER PEDUNCULATED, Dr PHAN THANH HẢI, Dr NGUYỄN PHÚ HỮU, MEDIC MEDICAL CENTER, HCMC, VIETNAM

Woman 33 yo  with epigastric pain  has been treated as  gastritis.
Ultrasound of  abdomen detected  one mass near  the liver border having hypoechoic peduncule from liver,  and changing position with  respiration movement (US1). There is vessel from the liver for peduncule of tumor (US ). In  cross-sectionnal scanning,  this tumor represented its well bordered, solid, hypervascular structure (US 3)





MSCT with CE detected this tumor in  connecting with  the liver by a long peduncule ( CT 1,sagital view) and in  frontal view, this mass is  nearby the  ligamentum falciformis (CT2).




CT 3: cross sectionnal scan of  tumor = well contrasted enhancement.
CT 4: vascular supplying for this tumor is a branch from  left gastric artery and  another one from liver.



Laparoscopic operation  detected  tumor  from  liver  at the border of falciform ligament,  and its structure  like liver tissue.






   Microscopic report  is  liver tissue.




Conclusion: it is a case of liver pedunculated .

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