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Lucky or Unlucky?

Abdominal trauma occurs due to blunt or penetrating mechanisms and is responsible for 15-20% percent of all deaths due to trauma. The most important thing in penetrating injuries is whether the agent that the caused injury traverse to the retroperitoneum. Penetrating injuries to the posterior abdominal if not superficial are accepted as penetrating peritoneum and requires surgery. As in our…

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  • Recieved 27.03.2012
  • Accepted 10.04.2012
  • Published Online 10.04.2012
  • Printed 01.09.2013
  • DOI 10.4328/JCAM.963
  • Author Onur Karakayali, Ferhat Icme, Asliddin Ahmedali
  • Identifier J Clin Anal Med. 2013;4(5):444-444
  • Index Page 444-444
  • How to Cite Onur Karakayali, Ferhat Icme, Asliddin Ahmedali. Lucky or Unlucky?. J Clin Anal Med. 2013;4(5):444-444
  • Running Title Lucky or Unlucky?
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Arcus Aortae Dexter Anomaly in Adulthood

Arcus aortae develops originating from the fourth left brachial arch in embryonic life. It is between ascending aorta and descending aorta and at the site where brachiocephalic arteries originate. Normal (left) arcus is located on the left of trachea and seen as a round opacity in left upper border of mediastinum on poster-anterior chest graphies. Typically, it forms a notch…

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  • Recieved 21.03.2012
  • Accepted 08.04.2012
  • Published Online 08.04.2012
  • Printed 01.09.2013
  • DOI 10.4328/JCAM.957
  • Author Erkan Akar, Tarik Candan
  • Identifier J Clin Anal Med. 2013;4(5):443-443
  • Index Page 443-443
  • How to Cite Erkan Akar, Tarik Candan. Arcus Aortae Dexter Anomaly in Adulthood. J Clin Anal Med. 2013;4(5):443-443
  • Running Title Arcus Aortae Dexter
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A Case of Chest Wall Tumor Confused with Pectus Carinatum

Medical history of the 53-year-old male patient in whom enlargement and pain had begun in thorax for 4 months was featureless. On his physical examination, there was a significant enlargement in anterior thoracic region, pain in sternum and pectoral muscles. Biochemistry results, whole blood count and tumor markers were normal. Computed tomography of thorax (CT) performed in another institution was…

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  • Recieved 21.03.2012
  • Accepted 26.03.2012
  • Published Online 26.03.2012
  • Printed 01.09.2013
  • DOI 10.4328/JCAM.958
  • Author Erkan Akar, Tarik Candan
  • Identifier J Clin Anal Med. 2013;4(5):442-442
  • Index Page 442-442
  • How to Cite Erkan Akar, Tarik Candan. A Case of Chest Wall Tumor Confused with Pectus Carinatum. J Clin Anal Med. 2013;4(5):442-442
  • Running Title Chest Wall Tumor
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