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Small bowel obstruction by water beads in a 12-month-old girl presenting with acute hyponatremia with seizure

Lee NR, Shin HB, Jeong YJ, Kim SJ

Although foreign body ingestion is relatively common in children aged 6 months-3 years, small bowel obstruction rarely develops, and few cases require surgical interventions. We report a case of 12-month-old...
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Surgical Management of Intestinal Obstruction from Phytobezoar

Tang MH, Heng G

PURPOSE: Phytobezoar is the most common type of bezoar, which can occasionally present as an intestinal obstruction. In this study, the surgical experience and outcome in the management of intestinal...
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Pyridostigmine in Pediatric Intestinal Pseudo-obstruction: Case Report of a 2-year Old Girl and Literature Review

Di Nardo G, Viscogliosi F, Esposito F, Stanghellini V, Villa MP, Parisi P, Morlando A, Calò G, De Giorgio R

  • KMID: 2460479
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2019 Oct;25(4):508-514.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm19078
Pediatric chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction is a rare disorder characterized by a severe impairment of gastrointestinal motility leading to intestinal obstruction symptoms in the absence of mechanical causes. The diagnosis is...
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Is There a Need for Bowel Management after Surgery for Isolated Intestinal Malrotation in Children?

Salö M

PURPOSE: Few studies have reported non-acute long-term morbidity rates in children with intestinal malrotation. The aim of this study was to investigate the rate of constipation in children undergoing Ladd's...
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A rare presentation of Rapunzel syndrome with multiple small bowel intussusceptions

Min KJ, Tchah H, Kim SM, Choi JY

Rapunzel syndrome is caused by gastric trichobezoar with extended tail and small bowel obstruction. Patients with gastric trichobezoar can be asymptomatic until the bezoar increases in size. We report a...
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A case of chilaiditi syndrome complicated by acute small bowel obstruction

Oh SB, Koh CY

Chilaiditi syndrome is an extremity rare disease that is typically asymptomatic, but can lead to fatal complications, such as volvulus, perforation, and bowel obstruction. This paper reports a case of...
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An overview of the role of exclusive enteral nutrition for complicated Crohn's disease

Adamji M, Day AS

The role and efficacy of exclusive enteral nutrition (EEN) in the treatment of luminal Crohn's disease (CD) has been well established over the last 2 decades. Consequently, in many centers...
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Pneumatosis Intestinalis Presenting as Small Bowel Obstruction without Bowel Ischemia after Mechanical Ventilation

Kim DJ, Choi YJ, Yoo YS

Pneumatosis intestinalis (PI) is a rare condition of the presence of gas within the bowel walls. PI is associated with numerous underlying diseases, ranging from life-threatening to innocuous conditions. PI...
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Solitary Jejunal Tuberculosis with Intestinal Obstruction in an Immunocompetent Patient

Bae HJ, Park JH, Jin SS, Jung J, Nam YJ, Kim DW

Intestinal tuberculosis is an infection of the gastrointestinal tract by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex. To the best of our knowledge, solitary intestinal tuberculosis accompanied by intestinal obstruction, particularly in the...
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Incarcerated pericecal hernia: a rare form of the internal hernia

Kang SI

A pericecal hernia is a rare form of an internal hernia, which has been described in several case reports. We present a case of a 32-year-old woman who complained of...
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Feasibility of Laparoscopic Surgery for Intussusception in Pediatric Patients and Risk of Bowel Resection

Song EJ, Nam SH

PURPOSE: Intussusception is a common cause of intestinal obstruction in children. While most patients can be treated by enema reduction, about 20% require surgery. We investigated the usefulness and feasibility...
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Nutcracker Syndrome combined with Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome in a Pediatric Patient: A Case Report

Min KW, Lee OK, Kim MK

Nutcracker syndrome is a phenomenon that the left renal vein (LRV) is pressed between the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) and the aorta. Clinical characteristics include gross or microscopic hematuria, orthostatic...
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A Case of Anticoagulant-induced Spontaneous Intramural Intestinal Hematoma

Park HJ, Kim GH, Park SK, Park DY

Spontaneous intramural hematoma is a rare complication of oral anticoagulants, and its incidence is expected to increase because of the increasing number of elderly patients undergoing anticoagulant therapy. Clinical manifestations...
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Internal Hernia through a Defect in the Broad Ligament of Uterus: Laparoscopic Management Using a Self-Anchoring Barbed Suture

Park JH, Kim SH, Cho YH

The occurrence of internal hernia through a defect in the broad ligament is a very rare condition, which may cause small bowel obstruction. This is a case of a 50-year-old...
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Obstructive Ileocolitis in Patients With Obstructed Colorectal Cancer – A Matched Case Control Study

Pang NQ, Lim TZ, Zhou Y, Tan KK

PURPOSE: Obstructive ileocolitis is an ulcero-inflammatory condition which typically occurs in the ileum or colon proximal to an obstructing colorectal lesion. If left unresolved, it often leads to intestinal perforation....
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Anisakiasis Induced Segmental Jejunum Obstruction

Kim BH, Park HU, Park SK, Jeon SM, Jung CW, Son CM, Choi HW, Kim HS

Human anisakiasis is a disease caused by an infestation of the third stage larvae of family anisakidae. The ingested larvae invade the gastrointestinal wall, causing clinical symptoms that include abdomen...
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Metal Stent Placement in the Afferent Loop Obstructed by Peritoneal Metastases—Experience of Five Cases

Kanno Y, Ohira T, Harada Y, Koike Y, Yamagata T, Tanaka M, Shimada T, Ito K

Afferent loop syndrome is often difficult to resolve. Among patients with afferent loop syndrome whose data were extracted from databases, 5 patients in whom metal stent placement was attempted were...
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Sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis after living-donor liver transplantation: A case series, Kyoto experience

Aliyev V, Yagi S, Hammad A, Badawy A, Sasaki Y, Masano Y, Yamamoto G, Kamo N, Taura K, Okajima H, Kaido T, Uemoto S

Sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis (SEP), or abdominal cocoon is a rare cause of intestinal obstruction, and still etiology remains unknown. We report a series of 4 patients with abdominal cocoon, and...
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Rapunzel Syndrome: Sonography and Computed Tomography of Trichobezoar

Wijaya AT, Atmadja B

Trichobezoar is caused by hair ingestion that accumulates in the gastrointestinal tract. It is associated with psychiatric disorders. Occasionally, the hairs invade through pylorus and cause obstruction, which is known...
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Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs induced diaphragm disease: a report of 3 cases and literature review

Yang CS, Park JY, Choi HR, Kim D

Multiple strictures of small bowel induced by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), were known as diaphragm disease. The purpose of these case reports is to present 3 cases of diaphragm disease...
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