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Risk of invasive carcinoma in colorectal adenomas assessed by size and site
Abstract. Background: The risk of invasive carcinoma developing in colorectal adenomas is influenced by a number of characteristics of both patients and adenomas, and the composition of the sampleExpand
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[Endoscopic treatment of anastomosis insufficiency and perforation in the esophagus with fibrin glue].
The incidence of anastomotic dehiscence following oesophageal or gastric resection reported in European studies varies between 3.5 and 25%. The outcome of these patients is usually not explained norExpand
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Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy/jejunostomy (PEG/PEJ) for decompression in the upper gastrointestinal tract. Initial experience with palliative treatment of gastrointestinal obstruction in
BACKGROUND Signs of gastrointestinal obstruction, with intractable vomiting and an inability to take oral food, are common symptoms in terminally ill cancer patients with advanced primary tumors orExpand
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Initial experience with the endoscopic application of fibrin tissue adhesive in the upper gastrointestinal tract
SummaryDuring a 15-month period, a total of 11 patients underwent endoscopic application of fibrin tissue adhesive in the upper gastrointestinal tract. Our sample consisted of 6 patients with controlExpand
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Invasive carcinoma in colorectal adenomas: multivariate analysis of patient and adenoma characteristics.
BACKGROUND AND STUDY AIMS The risk of invasive carcinoma developing in colorectal adenomas is influenced by a number of characteristics, relating both to the patients and to the adenomas, and by theExpand
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Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy/jejunostomy (PEG/PEJ) for decompression in the upper gastrointestinal tract
AbstractBackground: Signs of gastrointestinal obstruction, with intractable vomiting and an inability to take oral food, are common symptoms in terminally ill cancer patients with advanced primaryExpand
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Endoscopic treatment of scar stenosis in the upper GI tract.
Short cicatricial stenoses following surgery of the upper gastrointestinal tract are difficult to treat and have a high recurrence rate. A method of eliminating stenoses endoscopically with the aidExpand
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[Adenocarcinoma of heterotopic gastric mucosa in the proximal esophagus].
25 cases of adenocarcinoma of the proximal esophagus have been described in the literature up to now, only two of them arose from heterotopic gastric mucosa. Two more such case reports are given here.
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Tumor stenoses of the upper gastrointestinal tract--therapeutic alternatives to laser therapy.
Alternatives to laser treatment of tumor stenoses of upper gastrointestinal tract include dilatation, implantation of bridging tubes, radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Based on the experience ofExpand
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Cytotoxics and hyperthermic perfusion: a preliminary study.
Summary Patients with high-risk melanomas and advanced soft tissue sarcomas of the extremities have a poor prognosis, even after radical surgical treatment. Between December 1975–January 1979 weExpand
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