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Jejunogastric intussusception is a rare complication after gastric surgery. Only 16 documented cases have been reported at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn, during the past 72 years. Jejunogastric intussusception is a difficult condition to diagnose clinically. Essentially all patients have epigastric pain. Patients with intussusception generally have had(More)
The aim was to assess the success of primary closure and continuous irrigation of the perineal wound in achieving wound healing after proctectomy. The frequency and degree of primary healing (dry wound within 30 days after removal of irrigation catheters) and the factors affecting the rate of healing were determined in 152 patients undergoing proctectomy(More)
Pain management is important when dealing with pediatric dental patients. The use of local anesthetics can be especially challenging for children taking psychotropic medications. The purpose of this paper was to identify pertinent information regarding drug interactions between vasoconstrictor/local anesthetic combinations and medications for the management(More)
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