1. Successful Medical Management of Methamphetamine Induced Ileus; A Rare Case Report and Literature Review

Mohammad Moshiri; Zahra Ataee; Parastoo Rahimi; Elham Ansari; Leila Etemad

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 320-323

Abstract
  Ileus is a very rare complication of methamphetamine (MET) intoxication. We herein report a 15-year-old non-addict girl who ingested about 5 gr of MET. She suffered from bowel obstruction manifestations. She was treated by intravenous metoclopramide and erythromycin. On next morning, she became restlessness ...  Read More

2. An Extremely Rare Complication of Widespread Retroperitoneal Abscess Originating from Anorectal Horseshoe Abscess

Faruk Pehlivanlı; Oktay Aydin; Gökhan Karaca; Gülçin Aydın; Çağatay Erden Daphan

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 72-75

Abstract
  Retroperitoneal and horseshoe abscesses are particularly important because of the anatomic characteristics and the clinical differences between treatment approaches. There are several challenges in treating perirectal and retroperitoneal abscess, the most important of which are partial recovery, high ...  Read More