Retroperitoneal cysts are rare; they are divided into neoplastic and non-neoplastic cyst. Incidences are 1 in 5750 to 1 in 250,000. They are often asymptomatic. Lymphangioma are benign cyst whereas 95% of them are found in the neck and axilla only 1% is in the abdomen. This is a case report describing the course of management for a 30-year-old male who presented to our outpatient
clinic with abdominal discomfort due to retroperitoneal cyst.
Retroperitoneal Cyst; Ultrasound; Histopathology.
Melorheostosis is a rare skeletal dysplasia, and to date there are no reports of this condition in Australia. This is a case of a lady who presented with dull arm pain with a pathognomonic radiological findings. The plain radiographs obtained of the limb demonstrated a characteristic candle wax appearance in a monomelic distribution. The natural history, presentation, and management are discussed in detail.
Melorheostosis; Skeletal dysplasia; Central Australia.
Department of Surgery
University of Cincinnati
2600 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati
OH 45220, USA
Chair and Professor of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of South Alabama, College of Medicine
307 N. University Blvd. #130, Mobile, AL 36688, USA
Medical Director & Senior Consultant Surgeon
Department of Surgery & Surgical Oncology
Nexus Surgical Associates Pte Ltd
3 Mt Elizabeth, 08-06
Mt Elizabeth Medical Centre
Consultant Upper GI & General Surgeon
Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust
Essex CM1 7ET, UK