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Spasmocanulase in irritable bowel syndrome.
Spasmocanulase is beneficial in improving symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, which has an anti-spasmodic and anti-flatulence effect and contains several ingredients. Expand
Results of sclerotherapy in 100 patients comparison of the outcome between schistosomiasis and hepatitis B.
The study shows a favorable outcome of sclerotherapy in the schistosomal group during a mean follow-up period of 39 months for acutely bleeding esophageal varices, and rebleeding from gastric varices occurred in 17 patients, 13 of whom died. Expand
Lower Gastrointestinal Tract Pathology in Saudis: Results of Endoscopic Biopsy Findings in 1,600 Patients
ABSTRACT Between 1979 and 1985, 1,775 patients had sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy in the Gastroenterology Unit of Riyadh Armed Forces Hospital, because of different gastrointestinal tract problems. S...
Favourable outcome in sclerotherapy for bleeding oesophageal varices in schistosomiasis: Results in 30 patients
Evaluated patients with bleeding oesophageal varices secondary to schistosomal liver disease received injection sclerotherapy at the Gastroenterology Unit, Riyadh Armed Forces Hospital, Saudi Arabia between December 1980 and July 1984. Expand
Endoscopic Management of Benign Biliary Stricture
The experience of the Gastroenterology Department of the Riyadh Armed Forces Hospital, with endoscopic management of benign biliary strictures is presented, as well as the management in patients diagnosed by endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), as having benign bility strictures. Expand
Hepatitis B genotyping and its clinical implications.
Intragastic Balloon in the Treatment of Obesity
This procedure was ineffective and probably harmful to the patients and this procedure was removed which had been inserted in another hospital. Expand
Endoscopic management of malignant biliary strictures: RAFH experience
Evaluated endoscopic management in patients with malignant biliary strictures, who had endoscopic diagnosis and management between 1980 and 1993, found that biliary drainage was achieved endoscopically using nasobiliary tubes in 26 patients and plastic stents and expandable metal stents in 10 patients. Expand