Jesús María Terrazas Hontañon

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Colorectal cancer is increasing due to both a real increase and a better diagnosis. More cases are seen in men than in women (ratio 1.45). The incidence increases with age, reaching the highest point at 75 years of age in men and at 84 years of age in women. Before 50 years of age, the risk of colorectal cancer is higher in women; the contrary happens after(More)
OBJECTIVE To report one case of postoperative lateral femoral neuropathy presenting after a retropubic radical prostatectomy. We review the topic. METHODS We describe the case of a 72-year-old patient undergoing radical prostatectomy. Combined anesthesia, general and spinal, was given. A self-retaining automatic retractor (Omnitract) was employed. In the(More)
A study on the life prognosis of patients with carcinoma of the colon and rectum is made. 393 patients are studied, 90% of which were followed up during five years or until their death. The authors indicate the classification of stages they have followed with good correlation results, and without overlapping of the survival calculations for the different(More)
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