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A 56-year-old woman presented with flexion dysfunction of the fifth digit 6 weeks after surgical repair of a flexor digitorum profundus laceration. She was scheduled for surgical adhesiolysis and restoration of the functionality of the finger. Intraoperative monitoring of the range of motion by...
We report a pediatric patient who underwent a central venous catheter (CVC) insertion and presented with a sudden protrusion of a guidewire from the neck 26 months later. The guidewire was extracted via femoral venotomy. A 5-cm portion of the guidewire adhering to the superior vena cava wall was...
Left atrial (LA) dissections are rare phenomena, often iatrogenic, caused by blood flow into a false lumen, potentially obstructing the pulmonary veins or flow into the left ventricle. Severity can range from an incidental observation or complete circulatory collapse. While LA dissections are...
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