Ali A. Sovari, MD

Kagan Healthcare Consulting Services

P.O. Box 2327

Bremerton

98310

Articles

Acute Pancreatitis Secondary to Neuroendocrine Tumor

March 02, 2009

Right upper quadrant pain of 24 hours’ duration prompted a 20-year-old man with a history of gastritis to seek medical attention. The pain was sharp and nonradiating, with no alleviating or aggravating factors. The patient occasionally consumed alcohol and regularly smoked cigarettes (tobacco and marijuana). He denied nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and diaphoresis. Right upper quadrant pain of 24 hours’ duration prompted a 20-year-old man with a history of gastritis to seek medical attention. The pain was sharp and nonradiating, with no alleviating or aggravating factors.

Renal Infarction: An Unusual Complication of Cocaine Abuse

February 01, 2008

A 63-year-old African American man presented with severe epigastric pain of 1 day's duration. The pain was sharp and continuous and radiated toward the left flank. There were no aggravating or relieving factors or previous similar episodes.