Monolobar Caroli’s Disease: Report of Three Cases
I. Elkoti, R. Laroussi, R.Berreda, A. Benhamdane, O. Mohammed, T. Addajou1, S. Mrabti1, S. Sentissi, F. Rouibaa, A. Benkirane, H. Seddik
Sch J Med Case Rep | 472-475
DOI : 10.36347/sjmcr.2022.v10i05.016
Caroli’s disease is a rare congenital hepatobiliary disease characterized by multifocal segmental dilatation of intrahepatic bile ducts affecting all or parts of the liver. Which predisposes to biliary stasis and consequent lithiasis, cholangitis, abscesses, and septicemia. Most often diffuse; it is much rarely localized to one lobe of the liver, mainly on the left. We report three cases of monolobar Caroli's disease revealed by cholestatic jaundice in 2 cases and recurrent cholangitis in 1 case. All patients were men with an average age of 41 years old. The average duration between first symptoms and diagnosis was 3 months. In all cases the diagnosis was suggested by radiology and confirmed by histology. The Caroli's disease was located on the left liver lobe with the presence of intrahepatic lithiasis in 2 cases. Regarding treatment, it consisted of a left hepatectomy in 2 cases and a biliary-digestive diversion in 1 case. The outcome was favorable in two cases while the third case was lost.
Duodenal Diverticulosis: About a Case
I.Elkoti, R.Laroussi, R. Berreda, A. Benhamdane, O. Mohammed, T. Addajou, S. Mrabti, S. Sentissi, F. Rouibaa, A. Benkirane, H. Seddik
Sch J Med Case Rep | 470-471
DOI : 10.36347/sjmcr.2022.v10i05.015
The duodenal diverticulum is defined as a hernia from the mucous membrane through the muscularis. This condition is usually asymptomatic and fortuitous finding. It can be revealed by its complications: infectious or hemorrhagic. In this work we will present a case of a patient who was admitted for epigastralgia and upper endoscopy objectified three largeuncomplicated duodenal diverticulum.
Pancreatic Pseudotumor Tuberculosis: A Case Report
I. Elkoti, R. Laroussi, R. Berreda, A. Benhamdane, O. Mohammed, T. Addajou, S. Mrabti, S. Sentissi, F. Rouibaa, A. Benkirane, H. Seddik
Sch J Med Case Rep | 466-469
DOI : 10.36347/sjmcr.2022.v10i05.014
Tuberculosis is a communicable disease caused by the bacillus Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Approximately one quarter of the world's population is infected with M. tuberculosis and therefore at risk of developing tuberculosis . The abdominal form is the third most common extra-pulmonary location and accounts for 3% of the different topographical forms in our country . The pancreatic and peripancreatic location is very far from the frequency of peritoneal and intestinal lesions. It often takes on a pseudotumoral appearance, thus posing diagnostic problems that must be resolved urgently.