Volume 3 Issue 1

A Rare Case of Accessory Tracheal Bronchus

Gokhan Perincek and Sema Avci
A 40-year-old man was referred to Department of Chest Diseases, Kars Harakani State Hospital with complaint of hemoptysis. Thorax computerized tomography and flexible bronchoscopy..

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Müller-Weiss Disease

Sarthak Nepal and Bavornrit Chuckpaiwong
Müller-Weiss disease is an uncommon idiopathic condition characterized by dorsolateral collapse and fragmentation of navicular bone. Most patients present as a chronic mid and hindfoot pain with deformity.

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Midline Spinal Cord Hamartoma Accompanied by the Lipoma of the Filum Terminale

Ibrahim Feyyaz Naldemir, Derya Guclu, Hakan Huseyin Soylu and Omer Onbas
The midline spinal cord hamartoma is a rare non-hamartomatous malformation that is often accompanied by a dermal sinus tract. Lipoma of the filum terminale is one of the subtypes of closed spinal dysraphism and it is characterized by lipomatous tissue that can inclose part or all of the filum terminale.

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