B. Rauchenberger

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The different palliative procedures in incurable colorectal cancer are critically reviewed. In regard to the progress in operative and non-operative management the aims and possibilities have to be newly defined. The alternative, colostomy or enteroanastomosis, is unable to satisfy higher demands. This also means a tendency to aggressive resection therapy(More)
A retrospective study has been made of 1457 surgical patients over 70 years of age in three one-year periods (1960/61, 1969, 1973). While the average age remained 77, there has been changes in the frequency of diseases leading to hospitalisation. Degenerative lesions and casualties have increased. There are more elderly patients undergoing major surgery. On(More)
Duodenogastric reflux in 14 patients in an intensive care unit was compared with that in 12 healthy controls. In addition, intragastric bromsulphalein concentration was measured up to 60 minutes after intravenous administration. Reflux was much more frequent in the intensive-care patients and correlated with the incidence of gastric erosions and stress(More)
A retrospective study has been made of 1457 surgical patients over 70 years of age in three one-year periods (1960/61, 1969, 1973). While the average age remained 77, there has been changes in the frequency of diseases leading to hospitalisation. Degenerative lesions and casualties have increased. There are more elderly patients undergoing major surgery. On(More)
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