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Inguinal cord lipomas
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It is believed that even if there is no peritoneal sac, the herniation of extraperitoneal fat through the inguinal canal should be counted as an ingUinal hernia, and it requires treatment. Expand
Nonopioid analgesics shorten the duration of postoperative ileus.
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Postoperative analgesia with ketorolac resulted in faster resolution of ileus compared to morphine plus ket orolac because opioid-induced motor abnormalities in the colon were avoided. Expand
Human colonic smooth muscle electrical activity during and after recovery from postoperative ileus.
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Colon smooth muscle electrical control was omnipresent and exhibited a downshift of the dominant frequency from the mid to the low range as recovery from postoperative ileus progressed, and the frequency of long ERA bursts increased, followed by the appearance of propagating long ERA. Expand
Total disc replacement in the treatment of lumbar discogenic pain with disc herniation: a prospective clinical study.
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Results from this series are promising and indicate that placement of TDR for degenerative disc disease with lumbar disc herniation is a valuable alternative to conventional techniques. Expand
A rare complication following laparoscopic Roux & Y gastric bypass: intussusception—case report
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An unexpected complication of Roux & Y gastric bypass is presented: a retrograde intussusception located in the common limb 17 months after the surgery. Expand
Thoracoscopic surgical approaches for treating various thoracic spinal region diseases.
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The favorable results of thoracoscopic spinal surgery encourage its application to situations in which a conventional thoracic approach is indicated. Expand
The Biology and Anatomy of Inguinofemoral Hernia
The purpose of this article is to discuss the biology of hernia and covers such features as the male predominance of hernia, the causal significance of a patent processus vaginalis, the effect of theExpand
Open-window laparotomy during a transperitoneal approach to the lower lumbar vertebrae: new method for reducing complications.
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A new practical method is described for creating an extra peritoneal passageway or "window" during transperitoneal approaches to the lower lumbar vertebrae to reduce peri- and postoperative abdominal complications. Expand
Endoscopic resection of a retroperitoneal schwannoma: case report.
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The endoscopic transabdominal approach is a safe, efficient and minimally invasive procedure compared to traditional methods also to remove retroperitoneal schwannomas in selected cases. Expand
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