Calvin Lowe

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The resection of oesophageal cancer offers the only chance of cure. The introduction of minimally invasive oesophagectomy has gained wide acceptance for the surgical treatment of oesophago-gastric cancers. The most commonly reported late complications of minimally invasive oesophagectomy are anastamotic stricture, chylothorax, chronic diarrhoea and delayed(More)
The objective of this study was to develop a clinically applicable technique to visualize the medial retropharyngeal, superficial cervical, axillary, superficial inguinal and medial iliac lymph nodes on radiographs. Direct and indirect lymphangiographic methods using iodized oil were repeated for a minimum of five times at eight different locations to(More)
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this work was to describe the pretransport and transport management of infants receiving prostaglandin E(1) infusion for congenital heart disease and to compare transport complications among unintubated and electively intubated infants. METHODS We conducted a retrospective chart review of 202 infants receiving prostaglandin E(1)(More)
Pediatric pancreatic injuries are less common than many other intra-abdominal organ traumatic injuries; failure to identify pancreatic injury during the emergency phase will result in delayed diagnosis, delayed treatment, and potentially poor health outcomes. Injured children may present to nontrauma center/nonpediatric hospitals or urgent care settings(More)
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