Jejunal diverticulitis is a rare condition and usually occurs in the elderly. Its association with extensive diverticulosis is exceptional and makes the management more challenging. We report a case of a 74-year-old man with perforated jejunal diverticulitis with extensive diverticulosis who underwent a surgical management.
Obturator hernia is a rare condition. It is more commun in women than men owing to their greater width of the pelvis and larger obturator canal. We report 2 cases of strangulated obturator hernia, which were preoperatively diagnosed, in 2 female patients without previous history of abdominal surgery.
Isolated cecal necrosis is a rare variant of ischemic colitis which typically simulates the presentation of acute appendicitis. The elderly population is the most affected. We report 2 cases of isolated caecal necrosis, which were preoperatively diagnosed, in 2 female patients with a history of hypertension and renal failure.
Tailgut cysts are rare diseases but require a particular management. We present two cases report of a tailgut cyst two females. treated with transabdominal surgical approach. We review the relevant information present in the medical literature about the incidence, methods of diagnosis, treatment options and management plans.