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A microbiological assessment was made of 829 urine specimens to determine the percentage incidence of different bacterial species and their susceptibility to antibiotic treatment. It was found that E. coli was most common, followed by Pseudomonas, Proteus, Staphylococcus, Candida, faecal Streptococcus, and Shigella. The results suggest that the aetiological(More)
Functional chronic constipation is a common symptom in daily clinical practice. Although the definition of constipation may be variable, there is usually agreement that (at least for research purposes) the definition given by the Rome Committee are useful. However, some blind spots or hidden angles remain, even in the more thorough classifications; among(More)
The Authors report two cases of ectopic gastric pancreas, one of them causing a massive upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage, representing an infrequent complication of the disease. A literature review on the subject was then performed, and the importance of a differential diagnosis of the ectopy versus gastric malignancies, with relevant prognostical and(More)
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