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Contrast-Enhanced CT (CECT) with axial (A) and coronal (B) imaging illustrating a 5.4cm enhancing solid lesion arising from the upper pole of the left iliac fossa renal allograft.
Fluid collection with septations measuring 88 x 66 x 29 mm was seen in left iliac fossa adjacent to uterine surface, probably haematoma.
Initially, the patient with complicated colon diverticular disease had been admitted to another hospital 3 months previously with an abscess in the left iliac fossa, and its drainage was performed.
Nath et aU9] found tenderness in left iliac fossa in 32.6% cases, while in right iliac fossa in 25.6% cases.
In one case of our study the appendix was in the left iliac fossa because of situs inversus.
Physical examination was consistent with a large bowel obstruction, revealing an uncomfortable patient with a distended abdomen and associated significant left iliac fossa tenderness.
In this operation, a preliminary laparotomy was performed and a left iliac fossa colostomy fashioned.
On clinical examination, tenderness was elicited over both the right and left iliac fossae with maximum tenderness over the left iliac fossa. Rebound tenderness was present.
Abdominal examination revealed a scar in the left iliac fossa from the previously drained diverticular abscess.
He was pyrexial and had a tachycardia, localised tenderness over the left iliac fossa and a mild leucocytosis.
A sixty year old female presented with postmenopausal bleeding since last 8 months, vague abdominal pain with a palpable ill defined mass in the left iliac fossa. Pain was dull aching and was not related to meals.
Radiographs of the abdomen showed a soft tissue mass with clumps of calcification in the left iliac fossa and lumbar region that were displacing the colonic gas shadow and small bowel medially (Figure 1).