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2.  Congenital Spigelian Hernia and Cryptorchidism: Another Case of New Syndrome 
Spigelian hernia (SH) is rarely seen in pediatric age group and is usually associated with cryptorchidism on the same side; termed as a syndromic association of the defect in the Spigelian fascia and absence of gubernaculum and inguinal canal. The absence of the inguinal canal has surgical implication as to placement of the undescended testis into the scrotum. A 3-month-old baby presented with spigelian hernia and ipsilateral impalpable testis. The spigelian hernia was repaired and undescended testis which was present in abdominal wall layers was brought to scrotum with cord structures anterior to external oblique muscle.
PMCID: PMC3863830  PMID: 24381837
Spigelian hernia; Cryptorchidism; Inguinal canal; Agenesis
7.  IDIOPATHIC UNILATERAL LOWER LIMB GANGRENE IN A NEONATE 
Indian Journal of Dermatology  2011;56(6):747-748.
We are reporting a very unusual case of unilateral lower limb gangrene in 12 days neonate, who was brought to us with bluish discoloration of left foot with gangrene of toes. A negative sepsis screen, normal Doppler study, normal magnetic resonance angiography and absence of evidence of hypercoagulable state prompted us to make the diagnosis of idiopathic unilateral lower limb gangrene in this newborn. Because of the rarity we are reporting this case with vide review of literature.
doi:10.4103/0019-5154.91845
PMCID: PMC3276913  PMID: 22345787
Idiopathic lower limb gangrene; neonate; unilateral
8.  Congenital diaphragmatic hernia: Misdiagnosis in adolescence 
We report 3 cases of congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) in the second decade of life which were misdiagnosed on initial presentation. The first case had an iatrogenic gastric injury because of intercostal tube drainage for suspected pleural effusion. The second case was treated for pulmonary tuberculosis for 6 months before being diagnosed as a case of CDH. The third case presented as acute chest pain on the left side. It was treated accordingly for 1 month and was diagnosed as a CDH on a CT scan of the chest when seen by a surgeon.
doi:10.4103/0971-9261.44775
PMCID: PMC2809462  PMID: 20177443
Congenital diaphragmatic hernia; gastric injury; tuberculosis
9.  Neurilemmoma of cervical sympathetic chain 
Neurilemmoma of the cervical sympathetic chain is a rare nerve tumour. Less than 40 confirmed cases have been reported in the literature.1 2 Sometimes they can he mistaken as carotid body tumour but usual presentation of these lesions is an asymptomatic neck mass. Because of the rarity of the tumour we report another case of neurilemmoma arising from cervical sympathetic chain in a 19 years old male.
doi:10.1007/BF02974318
PMCID: PMC3451318  PMID: 23120053
Neurilemmoma; Sympathetic chain

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