The appendix testis may be involved in the normal testicular descent and there are reports of decreased incidence of appendix testis in children with undescended testis. The aim of this study was to evaluate the incidence of appendix testis in children with undescended testis in comparison to the incidence in children with normally descended testis.
We experienced a rare case of 9-months-old girl with an abdominal neuroblastoma that exhibited radiographic evidence of tumor extension into the mesenteric artery. Imaging studies were suggestive of neuroblastoma which also confirmed by the histologic analysis that show a diagnosis of neuroblastoma too.
This article reports a case series of children diagnosed of Acute Idiopathic Scrotal Edema in a secondary referred hospital over a 10-year period, including the description of its clinical manifestations, management and evolution of this condition. A retrospective chart review was performed.
A 10-year-old girl is evaluated in the Emergency Department (ED) for acute pain, blurred vision and swelling of her left eye, which worsened when blowing her nose, after a contusion. She had hit her left eye with her knee while playing on a trampoline earlier that morning. The patient’s past history is unremarkable other than allergic rhinitis and sinusitis.
Leukodystrophy is a typical example of progressive cerebral periventricular white matter brain disorders. The occurrence of leukodystrophic white matter on magnetic resonance imaging in with children non-progressive poorly defined non-specific disorders has been recognized.
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