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A controlled randomized multicenter trial of pancreatogastrostomy or pancreatojejunostomy after pancreatoduodenectomy.
BACKGROUND Only 2 large (more than 100 patients) prospective trials comparing pancreatogastrostomy (PG) with pancreatojejunostomy (PJ) after pancreatoduodenectomy (PD) have been reported until now.Expand
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Prevalence, Incidence and Risk Factors for Donor‐Specific Anti‐HLA Antibodies in Maintenance Liver Transplant Patients
Although large retrospective studies have identified the presence of donor‐specific antibodies (DSAs) to be a risk factor for rejection and impaired survival after liver transplantation, theExpand
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Blood salvage autotransfusion during transplantation for hepatocarcinoma: does it increase the risk of neoplastic recurrence?
Impact of intraoperative blood salvage autotransfusion (IBSA) on neoplastic recurrence. during liver transplantations for hepatocellular carcinoma (LT‐HCC). Between January 1989 and February 2003, 16Expand
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De novo donor‐specific anti‐HLA antibodies mediated rejection in liver‐transplant patients
The incidence and consequences of de novo donor‐specific anti‐HLA antibodies (DSAs) after liver transplantation (LT) are not well known. We investigated the incidence, risk factors, and complicationsExpand
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Anti-TNF Therapy Is Associated With an Increased Risk of Postoperative Morbidity After Surgery for Ileocolonic Crohn Disease: Results of a Prospective Nationwide Cohort
Objective: To determine the risk factors of morbidity after surgery for ileocolonic Crohn disease (CD). Summary Background Data: The risk factors of morbidity after surgery for CD, particularly theExpand
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Detection of Dysplasia or Cancer in 3.5% of Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Colonic Strictures.
BACKGROUND & AIMS Colonic strictures complicate inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and often lead to surgical resection to prevent dysplasia or cancer. We assessed the frequency of dysplasia and cancerExpand
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Is Crohn's creeping fat an adipose tissue?
Background: In human pathology, the “creeping fat” (CF) of the mesentery is unique to Crohn's disease (CD). CF is usually referred to as an ectopic extension of mesenteric adipose tissue (MAT).Expand
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Tamoxifen therapy in kidney-transplant patients presenting with severe encapsulating peritoneal sclerosis after treatment for acute humoral rejection.
OBJECTIVES Encapsulating peritoneal sclerosis is a rare but serious complication in patients undergoing peritoneal dialysis. Its mortality rate is approximately 30%, despite treatment with totalExpand
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Simplified identification of Lynch syndrome: a prospective, multicenter study.
BACKGROUND Recommended strategies to screen for Lynch syndrome in colorectal cancer are not applied in daily practice and most of Lynch cases remain undiagnosed. AIMS We investigated in routineExpand
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Is diverting loop ileostomy necessary for completion proctectomy with ileal pouch-anal anastomosis? A multicenter randomized trial of the GETAID Chirurgie group (IDEAL trial): rationale and design
BackgroundThere is no quality evidence of the benefit of defunctioning ileostomy (DI) in ileal pouch-anal anastomoses (IPAAs) performed for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), but most surgical teamsExpand
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