Items tagged “iatrogenic”

52 results found
Case

Duodenal perforation post ERCP

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 15 Jul 2016
86% complete
CTX-rayFluoroscopy
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Shock wave lithotripsy-induced renal injury

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Sigmund Stuppner
Published 08 Aug 2016
90% complete
X-rayCT
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Post biopsy renal arteriovenous fistula and pseudoaneurysm

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Maria Ana Serrado
Published 19 Oct 2016
82% complete
Ultrasound
Article

Complications post optical colonoscopy

Complications post optical colonoscopy are most commonly assessed by CT if patients present with abdominal symptoms post colonoscopy. Complications include: bowel perforation (most common) pneumoperitoneum pneumoretroperitoneum pneumomediastinum pneumothorax lower gastrointestinal hemorrha...
Article

Radiation-induced lung cancer

Radiation-induced lung cancers are a potential long-term complication of radiotherapy to the chest.  Besides lung cancer, sarcomas (osteosarcomas are the most common arising from the irradiated bones, and malignant fibrous histiocytomas the most frequently arising from the soft tissues), breast...
Article

Catheter-associated mass

Catheter-associated mass, also known as catheter tip granuloma, is a relatively rare complication related to an intrathecal catheter. Terminology Although the term catheter tip granuloma is commonly found in the literature, some favor the more general term catheter-associated mass as they actu...
Case

Sciatic neuropathy - orthopedic hardware induced

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Maulik S Patel
Published 27 Jul 2018
72% complete
Ultrasound
Case

Misplaced endotracheal tube

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Pir Abdul Ahad Aziz
Published 23 Aug 2018
91% complete
X-ray
Case

Malpositioned chest tube - intra-abdominal

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Renor Gonçalves de Castro Neto
Published 16 Sep 2018
92% complete
CT
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Gossypiboma and small bowel obstruction

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Ibrahim M. Jubarah
Published 08 Nov 2020
93% complete
CT
Article

Barolith

A barolith consists of inspissated barium sulfate associated with feces seen rarely, after barium studies for imaging the gastrointestinal tract. Since barium sulfate is insoluble, it can in rare cases precipitate in the bowel, sometimes becoming symptomatic with a significant delay (from few we...
Case

Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator with cardiac perforation

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Ammar Ashraf
Published 10 Aug 2020
95% complete
X-rayCT