Guillermo Ais Conde

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The prognosis of patients with rectal cancer has improved in recent years, particularly as regards the lower probability of local recurrence. These positive results are obtained through correct preoperative staging and an adequate surgical resection of the affected lesion, as well as a multidisciplinary therapeutic approach. Based on the available(More)
Malignant hypercalcemia is seldom the cause of an acute pancreatitis; this complication is more frequent when hypercalcemia is due to hyperparathyroidism. We present a case of acute pancreatitis triggered by a malignant hypercalcemia as the first sign of the neoplastic process. Solid tumors with bone extension can produce hypercalcemia and may be the origin(More)
We report the experience of the General Surgery Service of Segovia General Hospital. In a 15-years-period (1976-1991), we have cared for 32 patients with muscular tumors of the gastrointestinal tract, including 22 leiomyomas and 11 leiomyosarcomas. These tumors were localized in stomach (46.8%), small intestine (40.6%), esophagus (9.3%) and colon-rectum(More)
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