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Is there a role of abdominal drainage in primarily repaired perforated peptic ulcers
Objective: To compare the survival and post-op complications following primary closure of perforated peptic ulcer by omental patch technique in 4 groups of patients as follows: two-drain group,Expand
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Complete posterior rectus sheath and total extra-peritoneal hernioplasty
Introduction: Variations in rectus sheath formation have been reported with little realization of its importance to the laparoscopic surgeons doing total extra-peritoneal preperitoneal (TEPP)Expand
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Efficacy of ivermectin in controlling Strongyloides westeri infections in foals.
: Twenty-eight foals whose dams were treated IM with ivermectin (200 micrograms/kg of body weight) on the day of parturition were compared with 35 foals whose dams were administered only the vehicle.Expand
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Colibacillosis in neonatal lambs: onset of diarrheal disease and isolation and characterization of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli from enteric and septicemic forms of the disease.
A lamb ligated intestinal segment (LIS) test was adapted to determine the enterotoxigenicity of Escherichia coli isolates obtained from fecal and blood specimens from neonatal lambs with overtExpand
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Isolated appendicular tuberculosis: A rare cause of acute appendicitis
Primary appendicular tuberculosis is a rare form of abdominal tuberculosis, occuring in 0.1-0.6% of the cases, and it is almost always diagnosed post-surgical on histopathology. In the present case,Expand
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