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For now the most used pharmacological treatment of first instance to eradication of Hp foresees utilization of triple therapy (PPI + two antibiotics). In our study we have compared this kind of treatment with the quadruple therapy (PPI + three antibiotics), that have showed a taller percentage of eradication at the end of first therapeutical cycle with a… (More)
Morgagni-Larrey hernia is uncommon congenital disease in the adults and presents with mild to severe clinical symptoms. In literature, about 80% of Morgagni -Larrey hernia are found on the right side of the chest cavity and have usually a peritoneal sack. Only 2-3% of patients at birth are symptomatic and therefore eligible for urgent surgery. Less severe… (More)
Aim of this study was the literature review regarding esophageal perforations and fistulas. We examined the most common causes, clinical findings (symptoms and signs), laboratory and imaging studies for differential diagnosis and complications. Finally, we examined the surgical or endoscopic treatment and the prognosis.
The utilization of stents in neoplastic colon pathology finds a correct location in the therapeutic panorama. Authors report the use of enteric stents as definitive treatment in acute intestinal occlusion with inoperable malignant neoplasia as well as palliative treatment in intestinal occlusion with non-surgically resectable neoplasia.
Now, draining the cholestasis by endoscopic way is a safe and effective solution. The most of Authors think that the non neoplastic cholestasis find her substantial solution by endoscopic methodology. We reported the most important endoscopic techniques used in these cases, especially the papillosphincterotomy, the pneumatic dilatation and the placing of… (More)
Many studies emphasize the right indications about the execution of an EGDS showing that a lot of requests are inappropriate. We have wanted to report our experience too, that showed more comfortable results than that checked, by other Authors moreover we have emphasized that the inappropriate requestsare justly divided between generical and specialized… (More)
Authors refer about their experience on treatment of symptomatic diverticular disease both with antibiotic and anti-inflammatory drugs. They confirm the observation of other Authors on effectiveness of this new therapeutic approach versus traditional antibiotic therapy.
Over the last few years the use of endoscopically placed endoprostheses for benign and malignant digestive diseases has considerably developed. The endoscopic placement of prostheses is usually well tolerated by patients; it does not require anaesthesia and it is a relatively low-risk procedure. New self-expandable metallic prostheses allow to treat even… (More)
The target of this study is the evaluation of two different noninvasive tests: 13C-urea Breath-Test, as gold standard, versus the HpSA test, as new method to research the faecal antigen of Helicobacter Pylori (HP). Thirty patients, affected by dyspeptic symptomatology and never treated before by antibiotic therapy to eradicate the HP, was subjected, by… (More)
Considering the important role of Helicobacter Pylori (Hp) in the most common gastro-intestinal pathologies, the Authors want to test the effectiveness of a non-invasive diagnostic technique for detection of the Hp in the gastric mucosa. At the end of experience they think, like the most of Literature, that the Breath Test, concerning sensibility and… (More)