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Epidemiology of ulcerative colitis and regional enterocolitis (Crohn's disease) in Norway.
Individual reports from the paediatric, surgical and medical departments and from non-specialized hospitals showed that the incidence of cases with ulcerative colitis for the years 1964–69 was 32.9Expand
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ANORECTAL ANOMALIES.
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Early colectomy in severe ulcerative colitis.
Before 1 February 1967 patients with severe attacks of ulcerative colitis were usually operated on after a prolonged period of medical treatment, and the mortality was 22%. During a 7-year period,Expand
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The So-called Middle Lobe Syndrome
Chronic atelectasis and pneumonia of the middle lobe have been described as a clinical syndrome, of which the essential pathological feature is an obstruction of the middle lobe bronchus. The causeExpand
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Ileorectal anastomosis in ulcerative colitis. Results in 57 patients.
The early results of colectomy and ileorectal anastomosis (IRA) in 57 patients with ulcerative colitis seemed fair. The operative mortality was relatively low (7%) also in fulminating cases (10.5%),Expand
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Jejunal transposition in treatment of postgastrectomy syndromes.
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Alterations of gastric mucosa following a graded partial gastrectomy for duodenal ulcer.
Alterations in gastric mucosal morphology were studied in 56 patients before and after a partial gastrectomy graded by the preoperative values of total acid output (MAO) following large doses ofExpand
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Blood Values in Gastric Carcinoma: Preoperative and Postoperative Blood Volume, Total Circulating Hemoglobin, and Serum Protein in Patients with Gastric Carcinoma
As a matter of principle, a patient who is subjected to an operation should have normal values for blood volume, hemoglobin, and serum protein and, as far as possible, should be kept in such balanceExpand
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