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Polyethylene glycol (Klean-Prep, Norgine) is widely used for bowel cleansing in the United Kingdom. This study compares the efficacy, acceptability and adverse effects of a polyethylene glycol (PEG) solution with sodium phosphate (Fleet Phospho-soda, De Witt) for bowel preparation prior to colonoscopy. Two hundred and nine consecutive patients were(More)
This study investigated the effects of the herd, cow parity, the insemination protocol and season on the incidence of pregnancy loss (PL) in dairy herds. Furthermore, we determined the downstream effects of PL on reproductive performance and its economic impact. The overall incidence rate of PL was 6.9% in 1,001 pregnant cows and its incidence peaked (p <(More)
Pulmonary oat cell carcinoma was first described in 1926 and constitutes around 25% of lung malignancy.' Dugoid et al reported the first case of extrapulmonary oat cell carcinoma, without any bronchial involvement, in 1930.2 Primary extrapulmonary oat cell tumours have since been reported originating from different organs except the liver and the central(More)
CASE REPORT A 43-year-old lady presented with a two week history of right upper quadrant pain and jaundice. Liver function tests revealed an obstructive picture. Ultrasound and CT scans of the abdomen were suggestive of obstruction due a stone in the lower common bile duct (CBD). However there was no evidence of CBD or intrahepatic duct dilatation. The(More)
We report an unusual case of heterotopic gastric mucosa causing chronic painful perianal ulceration. This condition is of interest as a rare cause of perianal ulceration, pain and rectal bleeding and the definitive treatment is usually surgical excision. Wir berichten über den ungewöhnlichen Fall einer heterotopen Magenschleimhaut, die schmerzhafte(More)
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