Volume 1 Issue 1

Clinical Image: Triple Fistula Complicating a Case of Chronic Calculous Cholecystitis

Serban Puia Negulescu*, Alexandra Dili and Claude Bertrand

Upper GI series in a patient with chronic calculous cholecystitis presenting for diarrhea. The images show a large fistula between the gallbladder and the genu superius of the duodenum, a second communication between the gallbladder and the common biliary duct and a third communication between the fundus of the gallbladder and the transverse colon.

Cite this Article: Negulescu SP, Dili A, Bertrand C. Triple Fistula Complicating a Case of Chronic Calculous Cholecystitis. American J Clin Medical Imag. 2018;1(1): 005-006.

Published: 30 May 2018

Case Report: Paraneoplastic Pseudoachalasia Secondary to Ovarian Carcinoma: a Hard Pill to Swallow

Mrinali Shetty* and Yuvraj Chowdhury

Achalasia cardia is an uncommon disorder with an incidence of 1.6 per 100,000 people [1]. Pseudoachalasia is even more infrequent. Its prevalence is estimated at 2.4 to 4% amongst patients diagnosed with achalasia. Pseudoachalasia refers to the dilatation of the oesophagus mimicking achalasia - due to narrowing of the distal oesophagus but from reasons other than primary denervation. The most common cause of pseuodachalasia is malignant involvement of the lower esophageal sphincter of which 53.9% are primary malignancies and 14.9% are secondary [2].

Cite this Article: Shetty M, Chowdhury Y. Paraneoplastic Pseudoachalasia Secondary to Ovarian Carcinoma: a Hard Pill to Swallow. American J Clin Medical Imag. 2018;1(1): 001-004.

Published: 15 February 2018

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