Volume 3 Issue 1
Collision Carcinoma of the Oesophago-Gastric Junction
Rebecca Dalli, Rachel Micallef , Jo Etienne Abela*
This case report describes a 60-year-old male with a collision carcinoma of the oesophago-gastric junction. Collision carcinoma (CC) is the synchronous occurrence of tumours of different histological type arising in the same organ without histological admixture. CC’s are rare clinical entities, especially at the oesophago-gastric junction. The CC in this case report was composed of moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma and poorly differentiated neuroendocrine carcinoma.
Non-Filarial Elephantiasis, a Case Report with Review of the Literature
Manuel Lora Gonzalez*, James Bush, Michael Wilkins, Douglas McGregor*
A 67 year old male presented to the wound clinic for evaluation of non-healing ulcers and massive edema of the lower extremities. He was an obese male with a history of quadriplegia secondary to septic embolus to the spinal cord. His course had been complicated by recurrent episodes of sepsis, including urosepsis. He routinely followed up at wound clinic for his lower extremity edema and recalcitrant ulcers over a period of years.