Laparoscopic-assisted fenestration of a giant splenic cyst

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Tabone, Renee A
Gundara, Justin S
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2020
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A 26-year-old male patient was referred for management of a giant splenic cyst. This was on a background of blunt abdominal trauma 10 years prior. He presented with a 6-month history of left upper quadrant abdominal pain and there was no other significant medical history. On examination, he had a palpable left upper quadrant mass. Blood tests including hydatid serology were negative. Computed tomography demonstrated a 17-cm peripherally calcified intrasplenic cyst with visceral displacement.

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ANZ Journal of Surgery

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Clinical sciences

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Tabone, RA; Gundara, JS, Laparoscopic-assisted fenestration of a giant splenic cyst, ANZ Journal of Surgery, 2020

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