Kratochvíl J., Mrva M., Kopřiva A., Stračár M., Doležal B.: Impingement of an Accessory Intraabdominal Organ as an Uncommon Intraoperative Diagnosis – A Case Review


Authors: J. Kratochvíl;  M. Mrva;  A. Kopřiva;  M. Stračár;  B. Doležal
Authors‘ workplace: Chirurgické oddělení VN Brno, primář: MUDr. Martin Stračár
Published in: Rozhl. Chir., 2011, roč. 90, č. 5, s. 298-300.
Category: Monothematic special - Original

Overview

In this case report is described a patient with an abdominal pain, who came to surgery. Intraoperatively was found the infarcted formation of unknown origin in the omentum – suspicion of accessory spleen. Histologically was elucidated, that the formation consisted of ischemic adipose tissue – there was a torsion of a large caul.

Key words:
ometnal torsion – strangulation – acute abdomen


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Surgery Orthopaedics Trauma surgery

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