Jeffrey Philip Garner

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Inhalational injury is an imprecise term used to refer to a wide range of airway and pulmonary problems in the context of thermal injury. It markedly increases the mortality and morbidity of a given degree of cutaneous thermal injury. The incidence of proximal airway edema on the modern battlefield is likely to increase with the advent of enhanced blast and(More)
The optimum method of managing perforated peptic ulcers remains controversial, particularly when associated with the ingestion of ulcerogenic drugs. We reviewed the notes for a series of patients treated surgically by simple closure of drug-induced peptic ulcer perforations to identify whether simple closure and omental patching alone was an effective(More)
Adult intussusception is a different disease from that encountered in children with a higher rate of pathological lead points, the majority of which in the colon are malignant. This has supported a practice of mandatory laparotomy and en bloc resection without reduction for colonic adult intussusception. We report three cases of adult colonic(More)
Solitary rectal ulcer syndrome is a rare condition that is associated with disordered defecation and is thought to be an ischemic injury from repeated mucosal trauma. Treatment is designed to alleviate the underlying defecatory problems and is only moderately successful. We report an interesting case of solitary rectal ulcer syndrome in a young woman, which(More)
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