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Meckel’s Diverticulum Perforation Mimicking Gynaecologic Acute Abdomen


The Editor,


 A 28-year old multiparous woman was admitted to our emergency department with the complaints of severe pelvic pain (acute onset), nausea and vomiting. In her previous history, she had two deliveries via cesarean section.

05 Feb, 2015
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e-Published: 09 Aug, 2016

Ca 19-9 Could Predict both Advanced Disease and Nodal Involvement in Primary Mucinous Endometrial Cancers

Since mucinous endometrial carcinoma is a rare disease, the parameters related to the extent of the disease should be clarified. Ca-19.9 is an important marker for mucinous pathologies and should also be evaluated for mucinous endometrial cancers.


Objective: Mucinous endometrial carcinoma is a rare disease. A study to evaluate and find predictive factors of mucinous endometrial carcinoma for advanced disease and nodal involvement was performed.

29 Jul, 2015
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e-Published: 18 Dec, 2015


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