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AIM To evaluate the efficacy and safety of traditional Chinese surgical treatment for anal fistulae with secondary tracks and abscess. METHODS Sixty patients with intersphincteric or transsphincteric anal fistulas with secondary tracks and abscess were randomly divided into study group [suture dragging combined with pad compression (SDPC)] and control(More)
BACKGROUND Basic principles of clinical trials of nonpharmacologic treatment are similar to those of pharmacologic treatment, but its some special characteristics should be discussed. OBJECTIVE To explore the design characteristics of clinical surgery trial through the example of tunnel thread-drawing therapy for simple anal fistula. DESIGN, SETTING,(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the efficacy and safety of thread-dragging through fistula method in treating patients with simple anorectal fistula. METHODS In this multi-centered, prospective, and randomized controlled clinical trial, 244 patients with simple low or high anorectal fistula were randomly divided into study group (with the method of thread-dragging(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess the efficacy of Fuhuang Tablets in treating internal hemorrhoid hemorrhage and discussing the design and quality control of clinical trials of traditional Chinese medicine. METHODS According to two-center, randomized, blinded and controlled study, 144 patients with internal hemorrhoids were divided into 2 groups. Seventy-two patients(More)
OBJECTIVE To observe the effects of Yiqi Kaimi Recipe (YQKMR), a traditional Chinese compound medicine, on gastrointestinal motility and neuropeptides in rats with colonic slow transit constipation. METHODS Eighty specific pathogen free rats were included, and there were sixty rats with slow transit constipation (STC) and twenty normal rats. Sixty rats(More)
Treatment of acute perianal necrotizing fasciitis with integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine : a report of 9 cases HE Chun-Mei , CAO Yong-Qing , LU Jin-Gen ( Shanghai Municipal Clinical Medicine Center for Chinese Tradit ional Surgery , Shanghai 200032 , China)
OBJECTIVE This study was to develop an experimental rat model of subcutaneous fistula induced by bacteria infection and treat it with thread-dragging therapy. METHODS A spring-gauze was surgically implanted into 24 male Sprague-Dawley rats' dorsal muscles, respectively, then mixed Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli were injected into the(More)