© Borgis - Nowa Medycyna 2/2016, s. 46
Editorial by the Editor-in-Chief
With this latest issue of the journal we recommend a review article by a group of surgeons from the Clinic of General and Endocrine Surgery in Białystok describing complications resulting from an improper stoma site selection. The right placement of a stoma is often a decisive factor of the patient’s quality of life after surgery. Despite a number of publications on the subject, still some patients have their stoma improperly placed. Therefore, this topic is and will stay up-to-date and worth bringing up. In a different article, authors affiliated with Olsztyn-based Medical University of Warmia and Mazury report a case of a female patient with a sigmoid mesentery cyst imitating colon cancer. In most cases mesenteric cysts are detected by accident during US and CT scans or MRI of abdomen. In the reported case the diagnosis was established only during laparotomy. Presumably, the cyst was caused by sigmoid diverticulitis.
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