Congenital seminal vesicle cyst accompanying with ipsilateral renal agenesis in an adolescent patient: A pediatric radiologist approach to Zinner’s syndrome
Publication date: Available online 29 August 2015 Source:The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Author(s): Mehmet Burak Özkan, Meltem Ceyhan Bilgici, Murathan Şahin, Gurkan Genc A fifteen-year-old boy who had complaints of left sided pelvic pain with known ipsilateral left renal agenesia was referred to pediatric radiology department. Incidentally, his sonography examination revealed a dilated tubular structure located in the retro-vesicular region from cephalic to prostate. Contrast enhanced pelvic MRI showed a huge seminal vesicle cyst which is over 6cm without a mass effect near the aspect border of the prostate and bladder. The patient was diagnosed with Zinner syndrome. The patient doesn’t have new complaint with no definite increase in the diameter of the cyst. In this case presentation we are discussing the Zinner syndrome’s imaging findings from a pediatric radiologist approach with a brief review of the literature.
The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) offers an opportunity for members to be the guest editor of a Supplement to its journal, the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Archives). The goal of the ACRM supplements is to publish high quality scientific manuscripts, which are thematically organized and of interest to ACRM members and to the general readership of the Archives. We are interested in proposals in all fields of rehabilitation, but especially those of interest to the ACRM membership as indicated by the existence of special interest and networking groups for brain injury, spinal cord in...
ConclusionThe delivery of a CCM ‐based, centralized tele‐rehabilitation intervention to patients with advanced stage cancer is highly cost‐effective. Clinicians and care teams working with this vulnerable population should consider incorporating such interventions into their patient care plans.
A new spinal device allows patients to switch between modes of pain relief to target discomfort. Helen Bird, 46, a learning support assistant from Essex, benefited as she tells CAROL DAVIS...
Publication date: Available online 24 February 2020Source: Ticks and Tick-borne DiseasesAuthor(s): Cecilie Lerche Nordberg, Jacob Bodilsen, Fredrikke Christie Knudtzen, Merete Storgaard, Christian Brandt, Lothar Wiese, Birgitte Rønde Hansen, Åse Bengård Andersen, Henrik Nielsen, Anne-Mette Lebech, DASGIB study groupAbstractThe goal of this paper is to characterize the clinical presentation, serological results, current antibiotic treatment practice, including compliance with current European guidelines, and outcome in adults with Lyme neuroborreliosis (LNB) diagnosed at department of infectious diseases ...
ConclusionVBN is helpful for the diagnosis of TBT-induced CBS and may provide important information on the location, length, diameter and cross-sectional area of stenosis for further EOB examination and interventional therapy. VBN is recommended for patients with TBT and those with contradictions to bronchoscopy, as well as for regular follow-up of stable TBT, because it reduces the incidence of injury, avoids repeat operations and shortens treatment ti me.
This article tracks this technological growth so that surgeons may better serve their patients in treating spine-related pain and disability.
ConclusionsWe could not demonstrate an association between SF serine proteinase activity and response to IAS injection. Biologic agents significantly improve the likelihood of achieving clinical response.
The NIH Pain Consortium sponsors an annual symposium on a significant topic relevant to pain. This symposium features NIH supported researchers whose work has made an important contribution to pain research. In addition to speakers and panel sessions, there is a poster session featuring early career investigators. Researchers with the best abstracts are selected to give an oral presentation, and the best presenter receives the Mitchell Max Award for Best Poster.For more information go tohttps://www.painconsortium.nih.gov/Air date: 6/4/2020 8:00:00 AM