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A case of a 12-year old boy with hemolytic-uremic syndrome complicated with cholelithiasis is presented. Due to severe course of the hemolytic-uremic syndrome (enhanced catabolism, coagulation disorders) a laparoscopic cholecystectomy as a new, modern surgical technique has been considered. Postoperative period has been uncomplicated. Therefore,(More)
The authors report a new case of duodenal leiomyoblastoma. Since local anatomical factors were favorable, the tumor was removed by resecting the entire second portion of duodenum with reanastomosis of the remaining ends. This case can be added to the very small number of cases reported in the literature regarding leiomyoblastoma at this site in the(More)
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