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The importance of pyramidal lobe in thyroid surgery.
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The intraoperative frequence of PL is 12%, and it is considered a normal component of the thyroid, and the whole anterior cervical region has to be investigated very carefully during thyropidectomy not to overlook a long or thin pyramidal lobe or other ectopic thyroid tissue.
High Proportions of People With Nonceliac Wheat Sensitivity Have Autoimmune Disease or Antinuclear Antibodies.
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Higher proportions of patients with NCWS or CD develop autoimmune disorders, are ANA positive, and showed DQ2/DQ8 haplotypes compared with patients with IBS.
Retrospective analysis of management of ingested foreign bodies and food impactions in emergency endoscopic setting in adults
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The authors' experience with foreign bodies and food impaction emphasizes the importance of endoscopic approach and removal, simple and secure when performed by experienced hands and under conscious sedation in most cases.
The abdominal wall hernia in cirrhotic patients: a historical challenge
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The univariate and multivariate analyses demonstrated the unique independent risk factors for the development of postsurgical morbidity, mortality and postsurgical mortality in cirrhotic patients with abdominal hernia repair.
Heat shock protein 60 levels in tissue and circulating exosomes in human large bowel cancer before and after ablative surgery
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Evidence is presented supporting the theory that Hsp60 has potential as a biomarker as well as a therapeutic target in patients with large bowel cancer.
Permanent stenting in “unextractable” common bile duct stones in high risk patients. A prospective randomized study comparing two different stents
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Endoprosthesis insertion as a permanent therapy is an effective alternative to surgery or dissolution therapy and biliary stenting should preferably be restricted to high-risk patients unfit for operative treatment and with a short life expectancy.
Acute onset of esophageal duplication cyst in adult. Case report.
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A case of esophageal duplication with acute clinical presentation, treated successfully with surgical resection, and the pathological diagnosis of oesophagal duplication requires the presence of the Ladd and Gross criteria is reported.
[Complication of flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopy. Literature review].
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Flexible bronchoscopy is an extremely safe procedure as long as some basic precautions are taken: complications incidence may be reduced by accurate patient selection, correct indication to bronchoscope with an adequate anaesthesia or analgosedation and the correct endoscope.
Trocar-related abdominal wall bleeding in 200 patients after laparoscopic cholecistectomy: Personal experience.
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The advantage of Hasson technique is that peritoneal cavity access is gained under direct vision, preventing most severe injuries and the open technique with radial expanding trocars is recommended for secure access to the abdominal cavity in videolaparoscopy.
Cholangitis prevention in endoscopic Klatskin tumor palliation: air cholangiography technique
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The air contrast cholangiography is a safe and effective method, and it appears justified as a routine procedure to prevent or reduce the risk of post-ERCPCholangitis, specially in Klatskin patients.
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