Hosein Hemmati

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BACKGROUND/AIM We report the results of a short- and long-segment cardiomyotomy for relief of the symptoms of achalasia. PATIENTS AND METHODS From 1997 to 2009, 41 patients (22 men, 19 women) with achalasia underwent cardiomyotomy. Patients were divided into 2 groups [short-segment group (SSG) and long-segment group (LSG)]. SSG include 22 patients with(More)
Perforation is the most common complication of peptic ulcer disease. In spite of modern progress in the management, it is still a life-threatening catastrophe. Due to friable margins and the moribund state of the patient, managing large duodenal perforations(>20 mm in diameter) is a challenging task. The case files of 64 patients who underwent emergency(More)
The term Benign Breast Diseases can be defined as any non malignant breast condition and includes a wide range of clinical and pathological entities. A clear understanding of BBDs is needed to provide appropriate counseling for the affected individuals, initiate treatment and avoid unnecessary anxiety and follow up. In this retrospective descriptive cross(More)
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