22 June 2021>: Articles
Large Asymptomatic Retroperitoneal Ganglioneuroma Displacing Major Abdominal Organs and Vessels in an Adult
Unusual setting of medical care, Rare diseaseSulaiman AlShammari A* , Monirah M. Alsalouli E , AbdulRahman M. Alkabli A , Faisal M. Abanumay F , Mohammed N. AlAli D , Hussein Al-Sakkaf B , Thamer Bin Traiki A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e931725
Figure 6. Contrast-enhanced. (A, B) Axial and (C) coronal computed tomography scans of the abdomen performed 9 months after surgery. They show interval development of small bowel obstruction (asterisks) with a transition zone at the distal ileum (arrowhead). A residual retroperitoneal mass is still visible medial to the left psoas muscle (marrow) and in the perivertebral region at the level of L4 and L5 (dotted arrows).