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A rare presentation of congenital Chilaiditi syndrome: symptomatic hepatointestinal entrapment

The Chilaiditi sign has an estimated incidence of 0.025% to 0.28% worldwide. The accidental X-ray impression of gas accumulation below the right hemidiaphragm caused by displacement and entrapment of the colon (usually transverse) between the liver and the right diaphragm, without causing symptoms, is known as Chilaiditi’s sign . Patients with symptoms such as abdominal …

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Can a congenital brain anomaly present in adulthood?

Colpocephaly, a birth defect rarely seen in adults, was first diagnosed in a three-year-old boy with neurological manifestations (convulsions, paralysis and intellectual disability) in 1941. [1]. The main culprits include genetic abnormalities, anoxic brain damage, intrauterine infections or other causes; however, many cases with no inciting factor have been reported [2]. Diagnosis is often made …

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