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Diverticulitis in the young patient.
Although predominantly a disease in older adults diverticulitis does affect younger patients. The disease has been described as not only rare but virulent by some authors, and a young patient age isExpand
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Colorectal cancer in the young patient.
Although predominantly a disease of older adults, colorectal cancer affects the younger population with an incidence of two to six per cent. It is thought to carry a less favorable prognosis in theExpand
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Small-bowel tumors.
BACKGROUND The rarity, delayed presentation, and diagnostic difficulty of small-bowel tumors prompted this study. STUDY DESIGN Charts were reviewed retrospectively for 85 patients with 89Expand
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Management of endobronchial hamartoma.
Pulmonary hamartomas are uncommon benign tumors with a population incidence of 0.25%. They occur in parenchymal and endobronchial locations, the latter representing 10 to 20% of the total number ofExpand
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