Editor-in-Chief, Deputy Editor 2017-2019

 

Editor-in-Chief:

Tom MOREELS

 

Deputy Editor:

Nicolas LANTHIER

 

Letters



A rare cause of ischemic colitis : colonoscopy


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Ischemic colitis is the most common form of ischemic injury to the gastrointestinal tract representing more than half of the patients with gastrointestinal ischemia. There are many causes of ischemic colitis such as mesenteric artery embolism, thrombosis or colonic hypo-perfusion but colonoscopy-related ischemic colitis are quite rare and has been reported with only eight cases in the literature to date (1-6). Here we present case of ischemic colitis following colonoscopy in a patient with no risk factors for ischemic colitis. [Product Details...]



An unusual case of ectopic variceal bleeding treated with percutaneous intervention


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Variceal bleeding is one of the important complications of portal hypertension. Ectopic variceal bleeding is a rare condition and is approximately only % 1-5 of all variceal bleedings (1). Ectopic varices can bleed severely and bleeding origin could not be detected with endoscopic examinations. Ectopic varices have been reported to develop in various organs such as duodenum, colon, gallbladder, uterus, vagina, urinary bladder, and peritoneum or at the sites of previous bowel surgery including stomas and trans-anastomotic porto-portal varices (2). However ileal varices between superficial varices on abdominal wall and mesenterica superior branch have not been known after cesarean operation. In our case ectopic varices were seen at cesarean section region which superficial venous collateral link to ileal varices due to portal hypertension. Our case also was successfully treated with percutaneous coil embolization and glue injection using venous approach. [Product Details...]



Rectal endometriosis mimicking rectal carcinoma


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A 35-year-old office lady was admitted to our hospital complaining of intermittent constipation for 3 years. The specific symptoms such as hematochezia, abdominal pain, abdominal distention, dejecta turning small and anus distentin were not occurred. There was no previous history of trauma or surgery. She had regular menses lasted for 5-6 days every 28 day since 13-year old without dysmenorrhea. She gave birth to a healthy daughter several years ago, and neither abortion nor omotocia was done. [Product Details...]


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