Victor Turrado Rodriguez (Gastrointestinal surgery specialist) Hospital Clínic, Barcelona – Spain Case Retrorectal tumours are rare and comprise a wide range of etiologies such as congenital, inflammatory, neurogenic or osseous. Congenital etiologies are the most common. Retrorectal tumours may be incidental and asymptomatic but they may present with pain in the pelvis, back or abdomen, […]
Víctor Turrado Rodríguez (Gastrointestinal Surgery Specialist) Hospital Clínic, Barcelona – Spain Case Mesenteric involvement is the main finding in 30-50% of patients with non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas (NHL). Diffuse large B cell lymphoma (DLBCL) is the most common type of lymphoma in adults (40-50% of NHL). Mesenteric lymphomas can reach a large size without causing clinical symptoms. […]
Víctor Turrado Rodríguez (Gastrointestinal Surgery Specialist) Hospital Clínic, Barcelona – Spain Case Accidental ingestion of fishbones is a common issue, especially among cultures in which unfilleted fish ingestion occurs regularly. Fortunately, most fishbones pass the gastrointestinal tract in less than a week. However, some patients may present with bowel perforation. Although bowel perforation by a […]
- Victor Turrado MD.