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A case of bone stone in association with a papillary transitional cell carcinoma of the renal pelvis is reported. This type of lithiasis, actually representing bone metaplasia, is rare in the urinary tract and has never been reported in true epithelial urinary tumors.
In 16 patients affected by cancer of the mild or lower 3 of the rectum, has been performed a colorectal anastomosis by EEA Stapler, with abdomino-transanal approach. In the postoperative period no case of anastomotic bleeding or stenosis has been observed. 3 patients (18%) presented minor anastomotic dehiscence detected by radiologic examination, without… (More)
In the last year at the Department of Surgery of the University of Siena two patients presenting a clinical feature of intestinal infarct have been operated. In these patients a wide intestinal resection has been performed. After this surgical operation, a patient had a residual tract of 40 cm of bowel and the other 50 cm. It was not possible during… (More)