Gustav Pedersen

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BACKGROUND Vein lacerations in awkward locations are difficult to repair and carry high mortality. The hemostatic fleece, TachoSil, is effective in preventing intraoperative bleeding in different settings, but has not been recommended for use in large vein injury. TachoSil with a peritoneal patch interposed to avoid vein thrombosis has been reported as a(More)
INTRODUCTION Hemosuccus pancreaticus (HP), hemorrhage from the papilla of Vater through the pancreatic duct (PD), is a rare cause of upper gastrointestinal bleeding. It may be caused by chronic pancreatitis, pseudoaneurism and pancreatic tumors. Only 2% of HP involves the hepatic arteries. Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) may not only visualize the presence of(More)
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