All publications of “Eduardo Kaiser Ururahy Nunes Fonseca”

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Congenital nasal pyriform aperture stenosis with single central megaincisor

Eduardo Kaiser Ururahy Nunes Fonseca ORCID logo , Rodrigo Watanabe Murakoshi ORCID logo , Rafael Maffei Loureiro ORCID logo , Daniel Vaccaro Sumi ORCID logo , Carolina Ribeiro Soares ORCID logo , Regina Lucia Elia Gomes ORCID logo , [...]

DOI: 10.31744/einstein_journal/2019AI4525

A 15-day-old female newborn presenting nasal obstruction since birth underwent computed tomography of the paranasal sinuses in our department due to clinical suspicion of choanal atresia. The patient presented no other complaints. Computed tomography () allowed the diagnosis of pyriform aperture stenosis, which is a rare cause of nasal obstruction in neonates and was first described in 1989.() Pyriform aperture stenosis becomes particularly significant during the first two months of life when infants are mandatory nose breathers. […]

Isolated middle colic artery injury after blunt abdominal trauma

Eduardo Kaiser Ururahy Nunes Fonseca ORCID logo , Fernando Ide Yamauchi ORCID logo , Milton Steinman ORCID logo , Thais Caldara Mussi ORCID logo , Adriano Tachibana ORCID logo , Ronaldo Hueb Baroni ORCID logo

DOI: 10.31744/einstein_journal/2018AI4384

A 34-year old male patient, victim of motorcycle accident at about 56 miles/hour, was brought into emergency care with a cervical collar. He was hemodynamically stable, with no respiratory or neurological impairment, complaining of diffuse moderate intensity abdominal pain during the physical examination. During secondary evaluation, abrasions were identified on the abdominal wall in the right flank area. Due to high energy trauma, he underwent a whole body computed tomography (CT) that showed an hematoma in the mesenteric fat planes […]

Multifocal nodular steatosis mimicking liver metastasis

Eduardo Kaiser Ururahy Nunes Fonseca, Thiago Raspa Freitas Magdalena, Fernando Ide Yamauchi, Marcelo de Castro Jorge Racy, Cássia Franco Tridente, Ronaldo Hueb Baroni

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082017AI3869

We report a case of a 56-year-old male under investigation for large lytic lesion at clivus. After lesion resection, patient was referred to abdominal computed tomography scan for metastasis screening. The lesion was posteriorly characterized as chondroid chordoma at histopathology examination. On non-enhanced computed tomography, multiple hypottenuating nodules of different sizes were seen; the largest nodule had 3.2cm. On post-contrast phases lesions had similar enhancement to adjacent liver parenchyma. However, no significant mass effect or invasiveness were seen, once vascular […]