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PURPOSE The study contained herein was undertaken to verify if immediate resection with anastomosis with on-site lavage in emergency treatment of left colon obstruction is a safe alternative to the multistage procedure, to look for solutions to practical problems outlined by previous authors, and to check the hospital stay. METHOD Between 1991 and 1995,… (More)
Pernasal catheter perfusion with MTBE and subsequent endoscopic lithotripsy is an effective treatment of complicated common bile duct lithiasis in which a first endoscopic attempt has failed. The authors analyzed their experience in 1990.
Despite improvement in knowledge of the etiopathogenesis of this syndrome, it is still difficult to formulate any prognosis. Our experience in long-term follow-up in order to avoid any possible complications is discussed.
The authors' experience of the surgical management of liver metastasis is discussed. Failure in preoperative assessment influenced surgical procedures and led to questionable choices. However morbidity and mortality were rather good.
Pancreatic abscesses are a frequent complication of acute pancreatitis and their percutaneous drainage is usually accepted. A 76 years-old male patient admitted for acute pancreatitis (Ranson 3 at admission) has been treated with conservative therapy and percutaneous US directed drainage of the abscess, located between the tail of the pancreas and the… (More)
Ampullary carcinoma are uncommon and case reports are fragmentary and small in number. The varied histotypes, tumour grading and staging methods, together with the different risk factors involved and diverse operating procedures make comparison difficult. The paper makes a contribution towards the number of cases reported and discusses the problems arising… (More)