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Caustic esophageal strictures in children: 30 years' experience.
Many children in developing countries continue to sustain caustic esophageal injures. The first line of treatment is dilatation, unless contraindicated, where 60% to 80% success rate is expected. InExpand
Transhiatal esophagectomy and colonic interposition for caustic esophageal stricture.
From January 1986 through 1990, 70 children (42 boys, 28 girls) with esophageal stricture resulting from ingestion of caustic potash underwent simultaneous esophagectomy and colonic interpositionExpand
Esophagocoloplasty for caustic stricture of the esophagus: changing concepts
A review of 520 patients with caustic esophageal strictures who underwent esophageal replacement over a 15-year period in our institution is presented. Their ages at the time of esophagocoloplastyExpand
Congenital esophageal stenosis associated with esophageal atresia: new concepts
Congenital esophageal stenosis (CES) is suspected by a fixed intrinsic narrowing of the esophagus that affects the normal swallowing mechanism. The diagnosis is only confirmed by histopathologicExpand
Recurrent parotitis.
Vertical Banded Gastroplasty for Morbid Obesity
Obesity is a common health problem in Saudi Arabia. Morbid obesity is associated with various psychological and medical problems. Gastric restrictive surgery, gastric bypass and vertical bandedExpand