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Volume 6 Issue 2
Bharath Korrapati, Tushar Reddi and Sampoorna Senguptha
The aim of this review is to put forward extensively researched available evidence.
Sri Ram Charan, Sagar Dabbera and Nitish Nichenametla
Enteric fever also known as typhoid fever is characterized by fever and abdominal pain, caused by Salmonella typhi and para typhi A and B and is well known for its disease course and complication.
Aruna Raman Patil, Shrivalli Nandikoor, Ravishankar Bhat and Swarna Shiva kumar
Jejunal heterotopic pancreas is an uncommon entity and is generally picked up incidentally on autopsy or imaging. They are solitary, submucosal lesions that follow the morphology of the normal pancreatic parenchyma unless complicated.
Ashima Mahajan, Syed Tauqueer Fazal, Sanjay Mehta, Renu Sehgal and Parul Mahajan
Transverse vaginal septum is a rare type of mullerian anomaly. We report a rare case of perforated transverse vaginal septum in 31-year-old female with history of dyspareunia diagnosed on ultrasound.
Phoebe Ann and Omid Jafari
Pachymeningeal and leptomeningeal enhancement on contrast-enhanced brain MRI come with broad differentials, including granulomatous disease of infectious or non-infectious etiology, carcinomatosis, and autoimmune disorders such as vasculitis, giant cell arteritis, and IgG-4 related disease.
Sai Desikan, Sean Salonga and Jackson Musuuza
66-year-old white male was admitted with history of nonproductive cough and hematemesis, consisting of fresh blood and clots.
Asra Nayab, Muhammad Hammad Malik, Anusha Parisapogu, Arunima Sharma, Juna Musa, David R. DeLone, Judith Jebastin Thangaiah, Aditya Raghunathan and Darya Shlapak
Extension of tumor cells along the perineural environment is referred to as perineural spread. Amongst the head and neck malignancies, nonmelanoma cutaneous or non-cutaneous cancers such as squamous cell carcinoma, adenoid cystic carcinoma and lymphoma are the more common malignancies known to spread perineurally.