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Aberrant pancreas to the duodenal site is a by no means simple problem of diagnosis as it is only rarely that X-ray, gastroscopy or biopsy suggest it. The case of aberrant pancreas in the duodenum, simulating a peptic lesion, is reported. Following an anatomo-pathological study, the typical aspects of the case are stressed.
To evaluate the neoplastic risk of polyps of the right hemicolon we assigned 202 polyps larger than 4 mm, consecutively resected, to two groups according to their location, proximal or distal to the splenic flexure. We compared sex and age of the patients and the following characteristics of the polyps: size 10 mm and over, adenomatous and villous… (More)
We monitored 48 patients, considering ECG, Oxygen Saturation and arterial pressure. Our aim was to evaluate the incidence of cardiovascular and respiratory complications of colonoscopy. In 40% of the cases, these parameters showed significant modifications and in 9 cases (19%), patients showed cardiovascular events to such an extent as to constitute a… (More)