Corinna Chiong

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BACKGROUND Increased levels of secondary bile acids after cholecystectomy and cholelithiasis are believed to increase the risk of colorectal cancer, and several studies have suggested that the risk of colorectal cancer may be the greatest proximally. Numerous conflicting studies have been published and it remains unclear whether the risk is apparent in the(More)
BACKGROUND Increased levels of secondary bile acids after gallstone disease and cholecystectomy are believed to increase the risk of colorectal cancer. It remains unclear whether there is a similar risk of developing adenomas. The aim of this meta-analysis was to determine the risk of developing colonic adenomas following gallstone disease or(More)
We report a 41-year old male who presented to the Emergency Department after falling while water-skiing. He had a previous medical history included chronic headaches, which had persisted for the last 2-3 months prior to presentation. Computed tomography of the head showed a small hypersensitivity with a small extra axial collection with a maximum thickness(More)
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