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A case in which the appendix was invaginated with the object of incidental appendectomy but survived is described. Colonoscopic appendectomy was successfully performed.
In the period 1979-1989, 63 patients were operated on for testicular varicocele. The study was a retrospective follow-up from case records and from a questionnaire. Thirty-eight had local complaints,… (More)
For more than 20 years, the Danish Cholinesterase Research Unit (DCRU) has collected information about patients showing an abnormal response to succinylcholine. The purpose of this study was to… (More)
Gastric volvulus is an abnormal rotation of the stomach. The incidence seems to be equal for men and women, and all ages are represented. Gastric volvulus may present as an emergency or as a chronic… (More)
Thirty-nine patients (19 girls and 20 boys with an average age of 14 years) were submitted to 41 lengthening osteotomies by Wagner's method. The average preoperative shortening was 6.4 cm (3.5-25)… (More)
Primary urethral cancer in male subjects is briefly described, and a case is presented in which the formation of a scrotal abscess was the unusual presenting symptom.
Sarcoma of the spermatic cord is a rare disease with less than 300 cases reported in the literature. A case of leiomyosarcoma is presented, and an analysis of the therapeutic approaches of radical… (More)