Surgery, Gastroenterology and Oncology
Vol. 28, Nr. 3-Supplement, Dec 2023
Characteristics of Toxic and Non Toxic Diffuse Goiter Sufferers with Hyperparathyroidism and SND ECG Features
Raden Mohamad Javier, Mudzakkir Taufiqur Rahman, Fuad Adi Prasetyo, Syarif Syamsi Ahyandi, Hilmy Atha Sitepu, Muhammad Riefki Audhi, Tiva Ismadyanti Christine Prabowo, Ardhia Pramata Ningrat Alia OJ, Shahifa Audy Rahima, Badrul Munir, Pertiwi Febriana Chandrawati, Moch. Aleq Sander, Himawan Wicaksono, A. Rusli Budi Ansyah
REVIEW, Dec 2023
Article DOI: 10.21614/sgo-603
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Background: Goitre, the second most prevalent endocrine disorder after diabetes, is followed in incidence rate. The most common source of hyperthyroidism is Graves' Disease. Graves' disease is responsible for around 60% to 80% of hyperthyroidism cases, with women aged 20 to 50 being more predominant than men. This autoimmune disorder is characterized by the presence of TSI and TSAb, which are secreted into the thyroid gland and bind to its TSH receptor. As a result, it stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroxine hormone under the influence of the TSH....[more]

Can Celiac Disease Affect Liver Enzymes in Patients with Gallstones? A Comparative Study
Mutasim Mohammed Salih, Zuhair Ghalib ALshaheen, Salah Kadhim Muslim
Article DOI: 10.21614/sgo-591
Read article Background: Gallstone disease is growth of a pebble-like substance as gallstones. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease in genetically susceptible patients. The aim of the study is to investigate the liver enzymes among patients with gallstones in the presence of celiac disease once and the absence of disease again.

Methods: A comparative study was conducted on 280 people, 134 of them had gallstone disease, 6 patients who had celiac and gallstones disease, 12 asymptomatic celiac patients and 128 healthy persons were involved. All of partici....[more]

Predictive Value of Rectal Cancer Alarm Symptoms: Sudanese Population-Based Study
Samah Abdelhameed, Omer Elfaroug Salim, A. Albakre, Anas Elshafia M. Elsheikh, Mohammed A. Adam, Alaa A. Salih1, Nasser Alrashidi
Article DOI: 10.21614/sgo-612
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Background: Rectal cancer is the most frequent malignancy of the gastrointestinal tract. However, statistical data are scarce regarding colonic tumor prevalence, location, or racial distribution in Sudan. Therefore, the main objective of this study is to identify the pattern of rectal cancer in Sudanese patients and to evaluate the symptoms or combination of symptoms that have a more significant prediction of rectal cancer.

Methods: A descriptive cross-sectional hospital-based study with a total of 200 patients was confirmed to have rectal....[more]

Pancreaticoduodenectomy for De Novo Tumor of Ampulla of Vater Nine Years after Living-donor Liver Transplantation: A Case Report
Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Ahmed Shehta, Ehab E. Abdel-Khalek, Amr M. Yassen, Mohamed Elmorshedi, Mostafa Abdelkhalek, Ahmed Abdelrafee, Rehab T. Eldesoky, Wagdi Elkashef, Khaled R. Zalata, Reham Adly, Mohamed Samy
Images in Clinical Medicine, Dec 2023
Article DOI: 10.21614/sgo-568
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Background: De novo tumors after liver transplantation are recognized as a major cause of long-term mortalities. Ampulla of Vater tumor is a relatively uncommon tumor among all periampullary tumors. In the current report, we describe a rare case of successful resection of De Novo tumor of the ampulla of Vater nine years after living-donor liver transplantation (LDLT).

Case report: 57 years male patient underwent LDLT utilizing right hemi-liver graft nine years ago for hepatitis C virus related liver cirrhosis. He developed recent onset dia....[more]

Rare Cause of Peritonitis - Perforated Duodenum Diverticulum
Árpád Török, Renata Moriczi, Daniela Tatiana Sala, Mircea Muresan, Razvan Ion, Botond-István Kiss, Radu Neagoe
Article DOI: 10.21614/sgo-609
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Introduction: Perforated duodenum diverticulum is a rare, but life-threatening condition, and there are not well-established guidelines in the management of this disease. Worldwide, there are less than 200 reported cases of perforated duodenum diverticulum and its management has changed from immediate surgery to conservative treatment, in selected cases.

Case report: We present a case of a female patient treated in our department for duodenal (D2) diverticulum perforation. A diverticulectomy and duodenal suture with omental flap was perfor....[more]

A Case of Incarcerated Rectal Prolabsus due to an Unspecified Sigmoid Colon Tumor: Emergency Surgical Approach
Sadık Keşmer, Barış Candan, Mehmet Zeki Öğüt
Article DOI: 10.21614/sgo-620
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Rectal prolapse (RP) is a rare cause of anorectal emergencies. The etiology of RP is not clear. Many theories have been presented. Colorectal masses are uncommon causes of RP. Patients with high sphincter tonus may develop incarceration and strangulation which may require surgical intervention. If an undiagnosed mass is found in the prolapsed segment, pathologic evaluation is recommended. In cases where there is no pathologic diagnosis and urgent surgery is required, the surgical technique should be chosen considering the possibility of malignancy of the mass.


Esophageal Malignancy - Endoscopic and Clinicopathologic Patterns Study and Their Outcome in a Tertiary Hospital in South India
Venu Aradya, Deepak Suvarna, Hosur Prabhuswamy Nandeesh, Khanappanavar Sharathchandra, C.S. Sheeladevi, Ganesh Koppad, Abhishek Kabra, Devansh Bajaj, H.N. Mohith, L. Vinodkumar
Article DOI: 10.21614/sgo-600
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Objectives: The aim of this study is to define epidemiological, clinicopathological and prognostic factors in patients with esophageal cancer.

Methods: This study was conducted in JSS Medical college & Hospital, Mysuru and the study period was from January 2020 to January 2023. All the patients who were diagnosed to have carcinoma esophagus were included in study. These patients were allowed to undergo necessary diagnostic work up and treatment. They were called for follow up at regular intervals. Data thus collected were analyz....[more]

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