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Trends in survival from colonic cancer: the impact of subspecialization.
BACKGROUND Data from population-based registries have demonstrated a recent increase in case survival for colonic cancer which has been attributed to earlier diagnosis. The present study wasExpand
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Evaluation of an immunochemical test for faecal occult blood in screening for colorectal neoplasia in a high risk group.
A group of 1615 asymptomatic individuals presumed to be at increased risk of colorectal neoplasia were selected as the study group. All were tested by an immunochemical test for faecal occult blood.Expand
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Investigation of fecal incontinence with endoanal ultrasound
PURPOSE: This study was undertaken to audit the results of endoanal ultrasound in patients with fecal incontinence. METHODS: Endoanal ultrasound was used to investigate 53 patients with fecalExpand
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Non‐operative treatment of small bowel obstruction following appendicectomy or operation on the ovary or tube
This study examined the hypothesis that small bowel obstruction in patients whose only previous laparotomy was for appendicectomy or operation on the ovary or tube is unlikely to resolve withExpand
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Management of the malignant colorectal polyp: the importance of clinicopathological correlation.
The results of management of colorectal adenomas removed endoscopically and found to contain invasive cancer seen in a single institution over a 10 year period are presented. Clinical data wereExpand
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Rectal gangrene: a complication of phosphate enema
Three cases of rectal gangrene are reported. All cases were compromised with intercurrent illnesses and all patients had complicated haemorrhoids before the gangrene developed. Rectal gangrene as aExpand
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Restoration of continuity after Hartmann's procedure for the complications of diverticular disease.
Although Hartmann's procedure has been accepted by most as the treatment of choice for diverticular disease complicated by generalized peritonitis, restoration of continuity may be difficult. AExpand
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A modification of single stapled colorectal anastomosis using the transanal insertion device (TAIS).
A modification of single stapled colorectal anastomosis utilizing a reusable stapler head (transanal insertion device [TAIS]) is described. This modification minimizes the time that the proximalExpand
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Adenocarcinoma complicating an anorectal sinus in a patient with Crohn's disease.
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