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Aetiology of disruption of intestinal anastomoses
Various factors have been cited in the aetiology of disruption of intestinal anastomoses but their relative clinical importance is uncertain.
Sensibility of the rectum and colon. Its rôle in the mechanism of anal continence.
Local Complications of Ulcerative Colitis: Stricture, Pseudopolyposis, and Carcinoma of Colon and Rectum*
because of disordered function of the temporal lobe, which may be related to disorder of structure when morphological study is available. It follows that even though the lesion may be a small one the… Expand
Cause and management of high volume output salt‐depleting ileostomy
Ileostomy function was studied in 12 patients with an established ileostomy following proctocolectomy, in 6 of whom minimal amounts (less than 9 cm) and in 6 significant amounts (30–120 cm, mean 60… Expand
Five to eight-year results of Leeds-York controlled trial of elective surgery for duodenal ulcer.
- J. Goligher, C. N. Pulvertaft, +7 authors J. Willson-Pepper
- British medical journal
- 29 June 1968
Surgical literature abounds in articles describing the results of the various operations currently or formerly in vogue for the treatment of peptic ulcer. But the value of most of these reports in… Expand
The early and late results of surgical treatment for Crohn's disease
An analysis is presented of the early results of 415 operations performed for Crohn's disease on 295 patients at the Leeds General Infirmary from 1939 to 1968 inclusive. Two hundred and forty‐four of… Expand
One hundred consecutive cases of complete prolapse of the rectum treated by operation
1 One hundred patients, 17 male and 83 female, ranging in age from a few days to 97 years, have been treated between 1955 and 1969 for complete prolapse of the rectum. 2 One hundred and twelve… Expand
Experience with 26 reservoir ileostomies
A personal experience of 26 reservoir ileostomies is reviewed. There were no operative deaths, but 3 patients developed non‐fatal faecal fistula and 6 patients eventually had their reservoir removed… Expand
Stretching of Anal Sphincters in Treatment of Fissure-in-ano
From its inception in 1955 up to the present, it has been the practice of this clinic to employ either simple sphincter stretching or internal sphincterotomy in the treatment of fissure-in-ano. In… Expand