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Pulmonary vein aneurysm in a New Zealand White rabbit: a case report

Kim JM, Woo CG, Kim SH, Jeong ES, Kim KS, Kang BC

Background: Pulmonary venous aneurysm (PVA) is a rare condition characterized by aneurysmal dilatation of the pulmonary vein in humans. The diagnosis is incidental usually as there are no clinical symptoms....
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Spontaneous Zone III Flexor Tendon Rupture of the Little Finger: A Case Report

Yoon JH, Jung JS, Kim H

Closed flexor tendon ruptures are uncommon, and most are avulsion ruptures from the tendon insertion. Such intratendinous ruptures are generally associated with an underlying pathological process such as inflammatory disease;...
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Spontaneous Transection of the Superficial Femoral Artery with Devastating Outcomes: A Case Report

Gunawardena T, Godakandage M, Abeywickrama S, Cassim R, Wijeyaratne M

Non-traumatic, simultaneous pseudoaneurysms of the bilateral superficial femoral arteries (SFAs) are extremely rare. Spontaneous transection of the SFA is another unique pathology. Here, we present a patient with end stage...
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Spontaneous Rupture of Ovarian Artery Aneurysm in a Postmenopausal Woman: A Case Report and Literature Review

Hu YH, Ouh YT, Kim C, Lee SJ, Ahn TG, Lee HA

Spontaneous rupture of an ovarian artery aneurysm is an extremely rare, life-threatening disease and has been reported to be most highly associated with pregnancy. The current study presents a case...
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Ruptured Massive Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cured by Transarterial Chemoembolization

Lee JE, Park JW, Lee IJ, Kim BH, Kim SH, Kim HB

Spontaneous tumor rupture is a serious but rare complication of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and has a low survival rate. Here, we report a case of massive HCC that ruptured and...
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Staged partial hepatectomy versus transarterial chemoembolization for the treatment of spontaneous hepatocellular carcinoma rupture: a multicenter analysis in Korea

Lee HS, Choi GH, Choi JS, Han KH, Ahn SH, Kim DY, Park JY, Kim SU, Kim SH, Yoon DS, Kim JK, Choi JW, Kim SS, Park H

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to identify the prognostic factors and compare the long-term outcomes of staged hepatectomy and transarterial chemoembolization (TACE) for patients with spontaneous rupture of...
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A Case of Spontaneous Rupture of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Supplied by the Right Renal Capsular Artery Treated by Transcatheter Arterial Embolization

Jang JY, Jeon UB, Kim JH, Kim TU, Ryu H, Cho M, Hong YM, Kim M

We present a case of spontaneous rupture of hepatocellular carcinoma with poor liver function managed by transcatheter arterial embolization (TAE). The patient's bilirubin level was 2.1 mg/dL, albumin level was...
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Spontaneous Rupture of the Extensor Pollicis Longus Tendon in a Rhythm Gamer: A Case Report

Yang S, Yoon SH, Kim SH, Kwon SM, Kim JP

Spontaneous rupture of the extensor pollicis longus (EPL) tendon can occur in the 3rd extensor compartment after a distal radius fracture involving Lister's tubercle, steroid injections, or rheumatoid arthritis. We...
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Idiopathic Rupture of the Extensor Pollicis Longus Tendon due to Carpometacarpal Joint Arthritis of the Thumb: A Case Report

Lee SK, Kim SM, Choy WS

A spontaneous rupture of the extensor pollicis longus (EPL) tendon is associated with rheumatoid arthritis, fractures of the wrist, systemic or local steroids, and repetitive and excessive abnormal motion of...
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Spontaneous ruptured pheochromocytoma: an unusual case report and literature review

Jee YS

Ruptured pheochromocytoma is a rare disease. Its mortality rate is up to 31%–50%. Proper management of ruptured pheochromocytoma remains unclear. A 44-year-old male patient visited our Emergency Department and presented...
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A case of ruptured hepatic angiomyolipoma in a young male

Kim SH, Kang TW, Lim K, Joh HS, Kang J, Sinn DH

A 31-year-old male visited a local hospital due to sudden-onset severe abdominal pain. Abdominal computed tomography revealed a solid cystic mass with a size of approximately 12 cm and exhibiting...
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Spontaneous Hepatic Rupture in a Pregnant Woman with Preeclampsia: An Autopsy Case

Park JH, Lee YS, Oh YH, Oh SM, Kim HG, Na JY

Spontaneous hepatic rupture, which is a complication of hypertension in pregnancy, is extremely rare. However, high maternal and perinatal mortality rates are observed. Several factors, namely, age over 30 years,...
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Spontaneous Splenic Rupture

Horn C, Keune J

We present the case of a 27-year-old female who presented in hypovolemic shock due to splenic rupture without apparent cause. The patient underwent an open splenectomy followed by an uneventful...
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Complete Rupture of the Tibialis Anterior Tendon Due to Intratendinous Ganglion Cyst

Kweon SH, Kang HJ, Lee SI

Spontaneous rupture of the tibialis anterior tendon is rare among ordinary people. The tendon rupture usually occurs in patients iatrogenically after local steroid injection to the tendon or with pre-existing...
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Spontaneous Iliac Vein Rupture

Kim DH, Park HS, Lee T

Spontaneous iliac vein rupture (SIVR) is a rare entity, which usually occurs without a precipitating factor, but can be a life-threatening emergency often requiring an emergency operation. This is a...
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Spontaneous Splenic Rupture in a Vivax Malaria Case Treated with Transcatheter Coil Embolization of the Splenic Artery

Kim NH, Lee KH, Jeon YS, Cho SG, Kim JH

An enlarged spleen is considered one of the most common signs of malaria, and splenic rupture rarely occurs as an important life-threatening complication. Splenectomy has been recommended as the treatment...
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Spontaneous rupture of a renal artery pseudoaneurysm in a previously hypertensive patient

Kim MS, Lee YB, Lee JH, Lim CW, Kim JH, Choi HM, Oh DJ

Previously, renal artery pseudoaneurysms were thought to be extremely uncommon. However, these lesions are now being detected more frequently as incidental findings on computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and the...
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Spontaneous Renal Rupture Following Urinary Tract Infection and Its Recovery through Conservative Treatment

Hong SH, Kim DY, Kim TO, Bae JY, Lee S

Spontaneous renal rupture with subcapsular renal hematoma is a rare disease entity. Hereby, we report a 60-year-old female who presented with abrupt right flank pain and was diagnosed as spontaneous...
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Spontaneous splenic rupture in Plasmodium vivax malaria

Kim KM, Bae BK, Lee SB

Malaria can present with various clinical symptoms and complications. While a tertian malaria form that is especially prevalent in Korea is characterized by mild clinical progression, occasional splenic complications are...
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A Case of Post-radiotherapy Urethral Stricture with Spontaneous Bladder Rupture, Mimicking Obstructive Uropathy due to Cancer Metastasis

Shin JY, Yoon SM, Choi HJ, Lee SN, Kim HB, Joo WC, Song JH, Kim MJ, Lee SW

Non-traumatic, spontaneous urinary bladder rupture is a rare complication of urethral stricture. Furthermore, its symptoms are often nonspecific, and misdiagnosis is common. The authors experienced a case of urethral stricture...
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