http://www.apspjcaserep.com/ojs1/index.php/ajcr/issue/feed APSP Journal of Case Reports 2019-07-05T03:13:12-04:00 Prof. Jamshed Akhtar jamjim88@yahoo.com Open Journal Systems <p>APSP Journal of Case Reports is owned and published by The Association of Paediatric Surgeons of Pakistan (Registered). APSP J Case Rep is an open access, peer reviewed electronic journal. Our primary mission is to provide a portal for residents in training and junior consultants to get their research published. The journal also provides an open access forum for research scholars to publish high quality case reports that in turn would serve to disseminate manuscripts of clinical value without any barriers of subscription. Case Reports from all across the globe are accepted and published after rigorous peer review. This shall be a learning opportunity as well. It will also help in developing research culture.&nbsp;<br>All articles appearing in this publication, including editorials, letters etc represent the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or opinions of the APSP. Acceptance of any and all articles and advertisement in this publication or any other material published by APSP Journal of Case Reports does not imply endorsement by the publisher or APSP.&nbsp;APSP J Case Rep disclaims any liability to any party for the accuracy, completeness, or availability of any and all publications and other material, or for any damages arising out of the use or nonuse of this publication, and any and all publications (and other material), and any information&nbsp; (and other material), and any information contained therein.</p> http://www.apspjcaserep.com/ojs1/index.php/ajcr/article/view/80 Periosteal Desmoplastic Fibroma of Radius: A Rare Bone Tumor 2019-07-05T03:11:46-04:00 Aniqua Saleem aneeqa_068@hotmail.com Hira Saleem aneeqa_068@hotmail.com 2019-07-05T03:03:27-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://www.apspjcaserep.com/ojs1/index.php/ajcr/article/view/ajcr-85 Fibroepithelial Polyp of Urethra Presenting with Acute Urinary Retention 2019-07-05T03:12:29-04:00 Ubaidullah Khan UBAIDAFR@GMAIL.COM Najmah Ali Edah Alotaibi najma@gmail.com Murad Kitar murad@yahoo.com Rasha Al oteibi rasha99@yahoo.com Mostafa Khlifi nustkh@gmail.com Imed Krichen imed77@yahoo.com.fr Kais Maazoun kmaaz@yahoo.com 2019-06-17T11:58:53-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://www.apspjcaserep.com/ojs1/index.php/ajcr/article/view/ajcr-78 Congenital Bilateral Spigelian-Cryptorchidism Syndrome? A Case Report 2019-07-05T03:13:12-04:00 Syed Waqas Ali waqasali99@gmail.com Gulfam Bibi sweet_vergo@hotmail.com <p>Background: There is ongoing debate on nomenclature of congenital Spigelian hernia (SH) associated with undescended testis (UDT) in infants due to its frequent reporting in last two decades despite rarity of the condition. It is commonly reported as unilateral entity. To the best of our knowledge, only 4 bilateral cases have been reported.</p> <p>Case report: We report a case of bilateral congenital Spigelian cryptorchidism syndrome in a small infant who was dealt surgically with good outcome.</p> <p>Conclusion: The main differentiating point from inguinal hernia is direction of herniation in SH is laterally and upwards while it is downwards towards scrotum in inguinal hernia.</p> 2019-06-16T10:40:52-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://www.apspjcaserep.com/ojs1/index.php/ajcr/article/view/50 Monster Extracted out of a Seven Year Old Girl: Adrenal Teratoma – A Case Report 2019-06-02T03:24:46-04:00 Laraib Rasul laraib.ru@gmail.com Naeem Liaquat simsonian.chaudary@gmail.com Maria Atta evansxenia@gmail.com Raja Imran drluckyraja@gmail.com Navira Javed dr.navira@hotmail.co.uk <p>Extragonadal teratomas are not common in children and constitute 4% of primary teratomas. Among them adrenal teratoma are even rare and few cases have been reported yet. We hereby report a rare case of adrenal teratoma in a 7-year-old female child presenting with mass abdomen. Complete surgical excision was possible in this case and she is doing well with 1 year follow up.</p> 2019-05-29T20:09:06-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://www.apspjcaserep.com/ojs1/index.php/ajcr/article/view/84 Accessory Nostril: A Rare Congenital Nasal Anomaly 2019-06-02T03:24:47-04:00 Pradyumna Pan dr_pan@rediffmail.com <p>The accessory nostril is a very rare congenital anomaly with an unknown etiology also known as a supernumerary nostril. An 11-month-old male baby presented with an accessory opening above the right nostril since birth. At 1-year follow-up, the functional and cosmetic outcome was satisfactory. The corrective surgical procedure ought to be executed as quickly as time permits for the patient's psychosocial development.</p> 2019-05-29T19:54:19-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##