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Infective endocarditis with embolic renal infarct presenting as acute abdomen

Eid MM

Infective endocarditis (IE) is a disease that is rare but potentially fatal and challenging to diagnose. A 28-year-old man with sickle cell trait and a history of intravenous drug use...
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Imaging Findings of Gastrointestinal Emergency in Infants and Young Children

Kim JY

Acute abdomen is a condition with sudden abdominal pain that may require immediate surgical treatment. The causes of acute abdomen in pediatric patients are diverse, and can be categorized in...
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Current status of the Korean acute care surgery system for non-traumatic abdominal emergency surgery: a single-regional trauma center study

Jang JY, Shim H, Kim JH, Hong SK, Bae KS

Abdominal sepsis is mainly caused by intra-abdominal or retroperitoneal infection; therefore, early detection of the source of infection and adequate, prompt treatment are the most important contributors to patient outcomes....
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Omental Torsion and Infarction with Right Inguinal Hernia: A Case Report

Kim YS, Kim TH

Omental torsion and infarction are rare causes of acute abdominal pain, and it is often difficult to diagnose these conditions preoperatively. There are several reports showing that computed tomography is...
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Acute Abdomen Caused by an Infected Mesenteric Cyst in the Ascending Colon: A Case Report

Kim EJ, Lee SH, Ahn BK, Baek SU

Mesenteric cysts are rare intra-abdominal tumors. Mesenteric cysts are usually asymptomatic and are incidentally detected during physical or radiological examination. Although uncommon, complications such as infection, bleeding, torsion, rupture and...
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Seven Cases of Epiploic Appendagitis: Retrograde Analysis of Clinical Characteristics

Choi YC, Kim HJ, Kim KS, Jin YH, Lee UJ, Ahn HM, Lee TS

  • KMID: 2174119
  • Intest Res.
  • 2009 Jun;7(1):56-59.
Epiploic appendagitis is a relatively rare cause of acute abdominal pain. Usually, epiploic appendagitis is a benign and self-limited condition, but it can be clinically misdiagnosed as acute appendicitis...
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A case of spontaneous bladder rupture after a bout of heavy drinking

Lee MH, Jung JY, Beak DH, Park YS, Yoo TK, Sung SA, Hwang YH

  • KMID: 1490334
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2009 Mar;76(3):370-373.
Spontaneous urinary bladder rupture is uncommon, but is associated with significant morbidity and mortality because of delayed diagnosis. A 65-year-old man was admitted to the emergency room because of low...
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Ultrasonography of the Acute Abdomen

Lim JH, Lee SJ

The initial radiologic evaluation of a patient with acute abdominal symptoms begins with plain abdominal radiographs. Plain abdominal radiographs are helpful for the diagnosis of intestinal obstruction and pneumoperitoneum. However,...
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A Case of Primary Omental Torsion Presenting as an Acute Abdominal Pain

Yoon JH, Park YK, Sohn BK, Jeon YC, Sohn JH, Han DS

  • KMID: 782818
  • Korean J Gastroenterol.
  • 2007 Jan;49(1):41-44.
Torsion of greater omentum is a rare cause of acute abdomen. However, it should be included in the differential diagnoses in addition to acute cholecystitis, acute appendicitis, cecal diverticulitis, and...
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Assessment of Mesenteric Vascular Steno-occlusive Lesion in Acute Mesenteric Ischemia: Comparison between CT Angiography and Digital Subtraction Angiography

Shin SS, Jeong YY, Shen YL, Yoon W, Lim HS, Song SG, Jang NK, Kim JK, Kang HK

PURPOSE: Acute mesenteric ischemia (AMI) is one of the most dramatic abdominal emergencies. The most common cause of AMI is a thrombo-embolism of the mesenteric artery or vein. The aim...
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Imaging Findings of Acute Abdomen with Intraperitoneal Tuberculosis

Joo JS, Kim MY, Koo JH, Cho SG, Suh CH

Acute abdomen caused by abdominal tuberculosis is a rare manifestation, and includes bleeding of a gastric or ileal ulcer, obstruction of the small bowel by an adhesive band, perforation of...
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Sonographic Detection of Inflamed Appendix: Accuracy of Self-localization Technique

Jang HJ, Lim HK, Kim SH, Lee MH, Yun JY, Kim KA, Lim JH, Jeong YK

  • KMID: 1838408
  • J Korean Soc Med Ultrasound.
  • 1998 Dec;17(4):343-347.
PURPOSE: To evaluate the accuracy of self-localization tehnique in detecting an inflamed appendix at ultrasound (US) examination. MATERIALS & METHODS: At the beginning of appendix US examination, patients were asked to...
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Radiologic Findings of Primary Epiploic Appendagitis: Focused on the Ultrasonographic Findings

Heo C, Kim YJ, Lee G, Hwang KI, Lee JH, Kwon JH, Nam HJ

  • KMID: 2117311
  • J Korean Radiol Soc.
  • 1997 Apr;36(4):637-643.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to analyze the radiologic findings of primary epiploic appendagitis, with particular attention to the correlation of ultrasonographic, clinical, CT, MR and surgical findings. MATERIALS...
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Primary Epiploic Appendagitis: 4 Case Report

Lee SJ, Lim HK, Lee WJ, Kim TH, Namkung S, Ro DW, Yoh KT, Joo IW, Han BK, Lim JH

  • KMID: 2201556
  • J Korean Radiol Soc.
  • 1997 Jan;36(1):117-120.
Primary epiploic appendagitis of the colon is a rare cause of abdominal pain and is a self-limiting disease. Double contrast barium enema showed a smooth extrinsic compression located anterolateraly to...
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