José Aguilar-Jiménez

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BACKGROUND AND AIMS Intestinal invagination in adults is an uncommon but potentially serious condition that is usually diagnosed during surgery by the presence of a mechanical obstructive syndrome. We report a series of adults with intestinal invagination and discuss preoperative diagnosis and surgical procedures. PATIENTS AND METHODS We analyzed the(More)
Chyle leak following axillary lymph node clearance is a rare yet important complication. The treatment of postoperative chyle fistula still remains unclear. Conservative management is the first line of treatment. It includes axillary drains on continuous suction, pressure dressings, bed rest, and nutritional modifications. The use of somatostatin analogue(More)
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