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Jagannath Dixit, Noor Mohammed, Preethi Shetty
Cancer of uterine cervix is one of the most common malignancies in women. Metastatic recurrence of cervical cancer in spleen is rare, mostly seen in autopsies. Splenic metastasis from cervical cancer in a living patient without disseminated metastases is rarer. Here, we present the case of a lady aged 46 years with cervical cancer-squamous cell carcinoma-who had undergone radical hysterectomy and postoperative 50 Gy of intensity modulated radiation therapy in 25 fractions and 50 mg of weekly cisplatin for 6 weeks...
December 2016: Indian Journal of Surgical Oncology
Sara Silvaroli, Marianne De Montalembert, Frédérique Sauvat, Valentine Brousse, Sabine Sarnacki, Sabine Irtan
Introduction Splenectomy in children is nowadays widely performed by laparoscopy, the major risk being operative hemorrhage. We hereby compare the results of two different techniques of vascular control. Materials and Methods We retrospectively reviewed all patients undergoing a laparoscopic splenectomy (LS) for hematologic disease at a single institution from 2004 to 2013. LS was performed by a lateral approach. The 10-mm optic port was placed in the umbilicus and two 5-mm working ports were placed in the left lower quadrant and in the right upper quadrant near the midline...
November 15, 2016: European Journal of Pediatric Surgery
Ioana Andreea Gheonea, Sarmis Marian Săndulescu, Sineta Cristina Firulescu, Diana Rodica Tudoraşcu, Mircea Ovidiu Ciobanu, Oana Badea, Dan IonuŢ Gheonea, Daniela Larisa Săndulescu
Splenosis is a very rare entity that often appears following a traumatic rupture of the spleen or after splenectomy and represents heterotopic transplantation of splenic tissue. The ovary is reported as an atypical and rare localization. We report a case of a middle-aged woman, which presented with a left adnexal mass. Transvaginal ultrasonography, computed tomography (CT) and high-field 3T magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed the left adnexal mass. Laparoscopy was performed, and histological and immunohistochemical examination revealed that resected mass was splenic tissue...
2016: Romanian Journal of Morphology and Embryology, Revue Roumaine de Morphologie et Embryologie
George Vaos, Elpis Mantadakis, Stefanos Gardikis, Michael Pitiakoudis
We present a 7-year-old boy with recurrent thrombocytopenia after primary laparoscopic splenectomy for immune thrombocytopenia (ITP). Imaging modalities (ultrasound, computed tomography scan, and scintigraphy) revealed two accessory spleens while the subsequent second laparoscopy revealed 11, which were successfully removed. The relevant medical literature is reviewed, and the value of laparoscopy for chronic ITP is highlighted.
October 2016: Journal of Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons
Bahman Farhangi, Arezo Farhangi, Alireza Firouzjahi, Babak Jahed
BACKGROUND: Splenic cysts are rare in all age groups and there are a few reports in the world literature. Primary cysts occur most frequently in children and young adults, comprising around 25% of all nonparasitic splenic cysts. Various techniques are suggested for the treatment of splenic cysts. In this case report, a huge epithelial splenic cyst in a 17-year-old female is presented and different treatment methods of splenic cysts are evaluated. CASE PRESENTATION: A 17-year-old female presented with progressive abdominal mass in left upper quadrant associated with abdominal pain and food intolerance of duration of several months...
2016: Caspian Journal of Internal Medicine
Nilanjan Panda, Nitin Kumar Bansal, Mohan Narsimhan, Ramesh Ardhanari, Joseph Raja B Bronson
We analyzed perioperative outcome of distal pancreatectomies with or without splenic preservation both in laparoscopic and open method to determine best approach. Retrospective data was collected from 1999 to 2013. We divided all distal pancreatectomies into four groups. Group 1-laparoscopic spleen-preserving distal pancreatectomy (LSPDP). Group 2-laparoscopic splenectomy + distal pancreatectomy (LSDP). Group 3-open spleen-preserving distal pancreatectomy. Group 4-open splenectomy + distal pancreatectomy. We recorded demographic data, intra and post operative complications, operative time, estimated blood loss, length of stay, pancreatic leak rate, and final pathology result...
April 2016: Indian Journal of Surgery
Manu Easow Mathew, Akshay Sharma, Rajeev Aravindakshan
BACKGROUND: Thalassaemia is a genetic disease of the haemoglobin protein in red blood cells. It is classified into thalassaemia minor, intermedia and major, depending on the severity of the disease and the genetic defect. Thalassaemia major and intermedia require frequent blood transfusions to compensate for the lack of well-functioning red blood cells, although this need is significantly less in thalassaemia intermedia.Damaged or defective red blood cells are normally eliminated in the spleen...
2016: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Johanne L Python, Brian W Wakefield, Kimi L Kondo, Tami J Bang, Elizabeth R Stamm, K Joseph Hurt
Splenic ectopic pregnancies are a rare cause of abdominal pain in reproductive-age women. A 21-year-old woman with worsening abdominal pain and a positive pregnancy test presented with hemoperitoneum and no intrauterine pregnancy on transvaginal ultrasound. After 2 nondiagnostic laparoscopies, a splenic pregnancy was diagnosed by computed tomography scan and abdominal ultrasound. Currently, diagnosis and treatment of splenic pregnancies involve exploratory surgery and splenectomy. We report the successful treatment of this splenic ectopic pregnancy with combined intramuscular plus ultrasound-guided percutaneous methotrexate injection, with preservation of the patient's spleen...
September 2016: Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology
Fizan Abdullah, Jose H Salazar, Colin D Gause, Samir Gadepalli, Thomas W Biester, Kenneth S Azarow, Mary L Brandt, Dai H Chung, Dennis P Lund, Frederick J Rescorla, John H T Waldhausen, Thomas F Tracy, Mary E Fallat, Michael D Klein, Frank R Lewis, Ronald B Hirschl
IMPORTANCE: The number of practicing pediatric surgeons has increased rapidly in the past 4 decades, without a significant increase in the incidence of rare diseases specific to the field. Maintenance of competency in the index procedures for these rare diseases is essential to the future of the profession. OBJECTIVE: To describe the demographic characteristics and operative experiences of practicing pediatric surgeons using Pediatric Surgery Board recertification case log data...
August 1, 2016: JAMA Surgery
Victoria Sattarova, Simon Eaton, Nigel J Hall, Eveline Lapidus-Krol, Augusto Zani, Agostino Pierro
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to assess the diffusion of laparoscopy usage in Canadian pediatric centers and the relationship between uptake of laparoscopic surgery and the level of evidence supporting its use. METHODS: National data on four pediatric laparoscopic operations (appendectomy, pyloromyotomy, cholecystectomy, splenectomy) were analyzed using the Canadian Institute for Health Information Discharge Database (2002-2013). The highest level of evidence to support the use of each procedure was identified from Cochrane, Embase, and Pubmed databases...
May 2016: Journal of Pediatric Surgery
Michele Antonio De Riggi, Ferdinando Fusco, Corrado Fantini, Alberto D'Agostino, Luigi Cioffi, Gianluca Russo, Giulio Belli
AIM: Isolated hepatic splenosis is a rare but possible condition in abdominal surgery. At radiological imaging liver splenosis mimics malignant or pathological condition of the liver; obtaining a certain diagnosis prior to surgery is difficult. For this reason, the patients undergo to unnecessary operation, with a laparotomy access. We report a case of suspicious liver mass removed laparoscopically and revealed as hepatic splenosis. CASE REPORT: A 31 years old man patient was admitted to our Institution because of upper chronic abdominal pain...
2016: Annali Italiani di Chirurgia
Khaled Al-raimi, Shu-Sen Zheng
BACKGROUND: Laparoscopic splenectomy is considered the gold standard for resecting normal-to-moderately bigger spleens in benign conditions, and in addition could be tried for patients with malignant splenic disorders. However, the safety of laparoscopic splenectomy in patients with hypersplenism is not well-known. This study aimed to investigate the efficacy and safety of laparoscopic splenectomy for patients with hypersplenism secondary to liver cirrhosis by comparing with the open splenectomy...
February 2016: Hepatobiliary & Pancreatic Diseases International: HBPD INT
Ibrahim Ali Ozemir, Baris Bayraktar, Onur Bayraktar, Salih Tosun, Cagri Bilgic, Gokhan Demiral, Erman Ozturk, Rafet Yigitbasi, Orhan Alimoglu
INTRODUCTION: Conventional laparoscopic procedures have been used for splenic diseases and concomitant gallbladder stones, frequently in patients with hereditary spherocytosis since 1990's. The aim of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of single-site surgery with conventional instruments in combined procedures. PRESENTATION OF CASE SERIES: Six consecutive patients who scheduled for combined cholecystectomy and splenectomy because of hereditary spherocytosis or autoimmune hemolytic anemia were included this study...
2016: International Journal of Surgery Case Reports
Julien Seror, Anne-Sophie Bats, Habib Habchi, Fabrice Lécuru
OBJECTIVE: To show the contribution of PlasmaJet™, technology using pur gaz plasma as electrically neutral source of energy to cut and coagulate tissue, in ovarian cancer surgery. METHODS: A forty eight years old patient was diagnosed with an ovarian cancer. The first laparoscopy allowed one to make histological diagnosis (ovarian high-grade serous carcinoma) and determine that the disease was resecable, with a PCI to ten. The film shows the upper abdominal time of the cytoreduction surgery, using PlasmaJet™...
February 2016: Gynecologic Oncology
Brian R Englum, Jennifer Rothman, Sarah Leonard, Audra Reiter, Courtney Thornburg, Mary Brindle, Nicola Wright, Matthew M Heeney, C Jason Smithers, Rebeccah L Brown, Theodosia Kalfa, Jacob C Langer, Michaela Cada, Keith T Oldham, J Paul Scott, Shawn D St Peter, Mukta Sharma, Andrew M Davidoff, Kerri Nottage, Kathryn Bernabe, David B Wilson, Sanjeev Dutta, Bertil Glader, Shelley E Crary, Melvin S Dassinger, Levette Dunbar, Saleem Islam, Manjusha Kumar, Fred Rescorla, Steve Bruch, Andrew Campbell, Mary Austin, Robert Sidonio, Martin L Blakely, Henry E Rice
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to define the hematologic response to total splenectomy (TS) or partial splenectomy (PS) in children with hereditary spherocytosis (HS) or sickle cell disease (SCD). METHODS: The Splenectomy in Congenital Hemolytic Anemia (SICHA) consortium registry collected hematologic outcomes of children with CHA undergoing TS or PS to 1 year after surgery. Using random effects mixed modeling, we evaluated the association of operative type with change in hemoglobin, reticulocyte counts, and bilirubin...
January 2016: Journal of Pediatric Surgery
Ji-Won Han, Seong-Ho Kong, Cheong-Il Shin, Seung-Kee Min, Sang-Il Min, Tae Han Kim, Jun-Young Yang, Seung-Young Oh, Yun-Suhk Suh, Hyuk-Joon Lee, Han-Kwang Yang
BACKGROUND: Postoperative portomesenteric venous thrombosis (PMVT) is a rare but potentially serious complication of gastric surgery. This study analyzed the incidence, characteristics, risk factors, and outcomes of PMVT following gastric surgery. METHODS: Medical records of patients who underwent gastric surgery between January 2007 and December 2012 were reviewed retrospectively. The risk factors of PMVT were analyzed by a logistic regression analysis with control group matched 1:4 by age, sex, and cancer stage and by a Poisson regression analysis with unmatched control group...
October 2016: Gastric Cancer
Toshikatsu Nitta, Kensuke Fujii, Hiroshi Kawasaki, Isao Takasaka, Shuhei Kawata, Masahiko Onaka, Takashi Ishibashi
Here, we describe the case of a 58-year-old woman diagnosed with massive splenomegaly with a malignant lymphoma that had a maximum diameter of 24cm. Splenectomy was indicated because of thrombocytopenia and abdominal distention. Therefore, a balloon catheter was inserted preoperatively through the splenic artery for embolization and continuous infusion to reduce the spleen volume. It enabled easy handling of the spleen and minimized bleeding. The volume of the spleen was estimated at 1896g through the skin incision, as measured by volumetric computed tomography; thus, laparoscopy seemed difficult...
2015: International Journal of Surgery Case Reports
S V Berelavichus, A V Smirnov, D A Ionkin, A G Kriger, R S Dugarova
21 patients with nonparasitic spleen cysts were operated. Robot-assisted (RA) interventions were applied in 10 cases, laparoscopic--in 11 patients. Men surgery duration was 124 minutes in case of RA-technique and 120 minutes if laparoscopy was used. Blood loss was significantly lower in the group of RA resection (p=0.035). There were no conversions of access in the group of RA-operations while in group of laparoscopy conversion has been required in 1 case. We did not observe complications in case of RA-surgeries...
2015: Khirurgiia
Carlo Boselli, Francesco Barberini, Chiara Listorti, Elisa Castellani, Claudio Renzi, Alessia Corsi, Veronica Grassi, Alban Cacurri, Jacopo Desiderio, Stefano Trastulli, Alberto Santoro, Daniele Pironi, Federica Burattini, Roberto Cirocchi, Nicola Avenia, Giuseppe Noya, Amilcare Parisi
INTRODUCTION: Spleen-preserving left pancreatectomy (SPDP) with splenic vessels preservation (SVP) or without (Warshaw technique, WT) has been described with robotic, laparoscopy and open surgery. Nevertheless, significant data on medium- and long-term follow-up are still not available, since data in literature are scarce and the level of evidence is low. METHODS: In this retrospective study, we describe and compare short and medium term results of spleen-preserving distal pancreatectomy in eight patients...
September 2015: International Journal of Surgery
Bart Claassen, Peter C Barneveld, Gerrit J Jager, Matthieu J C M Rutten
Splenosis is a common benign finding that occurs after splenic trauma or after splenectomy. It is auto-transplantation of splenic tissue and can be seen intra-abdominally, intra-thoracically and even subcutaneously. Splenosis is usually found incidentally at laparoscopy, laparotomy or on radiological examination and is mostly asymptomatic. Treatment is only required if a patient complains of abdominal pain, obstruction or bleeding. On radiological examination splenosis can mimic a metastatic malignant disease...
2015: Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde
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