ePoster #1| Adrenal pseudocyst: Case report and review of literature

ePoster #1 | Clinical Science | Abdominal/Laparoscopy ADRENAL PSEUDOCYST: CASE REPORT AND REVIEW OF LITERATUREF Lambreton, J Perone, A Perez, S Samreen Presenter: Fernando Lambreton, MD, University of Texas Medical Branch – Galveston Introduction/Objective: Adrenal incidentaloma has a reported incidence of 1-4%. Adrenal cysts are uncommon lesions that are usually…

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ePoster #2 | Clinical Science | Colorectal Surgery

A NATIONAL EVALUATION OF THE PREDICTORS OF COMPLIANCE AND SURVIVAL FROM ADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY IN HIGH-RISK STAGE II COLON CANCER: A NATIONAL CANCER DATABASE (NCDB) ANALYSIST Reif de Paula, E Haas, H Simon, M Profeta, P Gorroochurn, D Keller Presenter: Thais Reif de Paula, MD, University of Houston Background: US guidelines…

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ePoster #3 | Clinical Science | General Surgery

COLOUTERINE FISTULA, AN UNCOMMON CAUSE OF PNEUMOPERITONEUMLinda Luong DO, Christina Zhu, Ariel Santos MD, Thomas Howe MD Presenter: Linda Luong, DO, Texas Tech Lubbock Introduction/Objective: Pneumoperitoneum with abdominal tenderness often calls for urgent surgical exploration. Usually pneumoperitoneum comes from perforated hollow viscus. Perforation of the uterus is an uncommon cause…

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ePoster #4 | Clinical Science | General Surgery

GIANT SLIDING INGUINAL HERNIA CONTAINING STOMACH TREATED WITH SIMPLE REPAIR: A CASE REPORT AND LITERATURE REVIEWTyler Davis DO, Giri Movva, Lutfi Barghuthi MD, Mohamed Abdelgawad MD, Hishaam Ismael MD Presenter: Tyler Davis, DO, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler Introduction/Objective: Abdominal wall hernias are extremely common with…

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ePoster #5 | Clinical Science | General Surgery

ABDOMINAL WALL ENDOMETRIOMA PRESENTING AS A CYSTIC ABDOMINAL WALL MASS: A CASE REPORT AND LITERATURE REVIEWTyler Davis DO, Lutfi Barghuthi MD, Paige Moudy MS, Mohamed Abdelgawad MD, Hishaam Ismael MD Presenter: Tyler Davis, DO, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler Introduction/Objective: Endometriosis is classically defined as “the…

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ePoster #6 | Clinical Science | General Surgery

TRAUMATIC JEJUNAL PERFORATION SECONDARY TO COVID-19Jonathan Kopel B.S., Linda Luong D.O., Irfan Warraich M.D., Grant Sorenson Ph.D., Gregory Brower D.V,M., Ph.D Presenter: Linda Luong, DO, Texas Tech Lubbock Introduction/Objective: The novel coronavirus, known as SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19, has continued to spread throughout the globe since early December 2019. In humans, patients present…

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Abstract #7 | Clinical Science | Bariatric Surgery

IMAGING IN PANCREATIC LYMPHANGIOMASujata Ojha, BSc, Muhammad Darwish, MBBS, D. Rohan Jeyarajah, MD FACS Presenter: Sujata Ojha, BS, Methodist Richardson Medical Center Introduction/Objective: Lymphangiomas are rare, benign, tumors of the lymphatic system. They are formed through congenital malformation leading to lymphangiectasias. Thus, lymphangiomas are mostly seen in children and infants.…

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ePoster #8 | Clinical Science | General Surgery

A CASE OF DE GARENGEOT’S HERNIA IN A MALE PATIENT WITH PREVIOUS INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIRJ Kim, C Castro, G Coleman, G Ng Presenter: Jisoo Kim, MD, Texas Tech University HSC – El Paso Introduction/Objective: When the appendix is found within a femoral hernia, it is called a De Garengeot hernia.…

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ePoster #9 | Clinical Science | General Surgery

Successful use of Water-Soluble Contrast in patients with small bowel obstruction and virgin abdomen: A case ReportSergio Mazzola Poli de Figueiredo MD, Sara Demola MD Presenter: Sergio Mazzola Poli de Figueiredo, MD, University of Texas Medical Branch – Galveston Introduction/Objective: Small bowel obstruction (SBO) is one of the most common…

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ePoster #10 | Clinical Science | General Surgery

PANCREATIC PSEUDOCYST EXTENDING INTO PSOAS MUSCLE MIMICKING ACUTE COMPLICATED DIVERTICULITISNikhil R Shah MD, Sergio Mazzola Poli de Figueiredo MD, Joshua Person MD Presenter: Nikhil Shah, MD, University of Texas Medical Branch – Galveston Introduction/Objective: Pancreatic pseudocysts are known sequelae of pancreatitis. They are most commonly located in the lesser sac…

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