Federico Ochando Cerdán

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BACKGROUND/AIMS Mean survival in hepatocellular carcinoma remains low. Many efforts have been done during the last years through screening, diagnosis and treatment to improve the results. The aim of this work is to present the experience of our hospital multidisciplinary group during the first decade of this century. METHODOLOGY The patients with(More)
Urachal sinus is a rare congenital anomaly due to incomplete closure the urachus in the umbilical region, it is very rare in adults. 47-year-old male who arrived at our Emergency Department with recurrent umbilical discharge. Not response medical treatment (oral antibiotic and drainage). Abdominal computerized tomography scan confirmed the urachal sinus(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the esophageal motor disorders in patients with Barrett's esophagus after surgical treatment. DESIGN From January 1993 to September 1998 a prospective study with 25 patients referred to our service for surgical treatment of Barrett's esophagus was conducted. Barium transit, endoscopy, 24-hour monitoring of intraluminal pH and stationary(More)
Barrett's esophagus is today, one of the digestive pathologies that raises more interest in all the meetings and congresses of the specialty, in spite of have been described 50 years ago. The definition has changed; the rising incidence of adenocarcinoma has been recognized; a most effective therapy to control gastroesophageal reflux has been developed(More)
A big proportion of patients with biliary and pancreatic surgery present preoperative malnourishment aggravated by perioperative fasting and additional therapies. Surgery of the pancreas and the biliary tract may cause digestive impairments, mainly absorptive, especially with fat malabsorption. Many studies have shown the usefulness of nutritional support(More)