Károly Szilágyi

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PATIENTS AND METHOD Thoracic sympathectomy using thoracoscopy was performed in 38 cases on 35 patients from January 01. 1996, till December 31. 2000. In 3 cases bilateral sympathectomy was carried out. The youngest patient was 18, the oldest was 76 years old, the average age was 42 years. The indications for surgery were Raynaud syndrome, causalgia,(More)
PURPOSE This study involved a prospective evaluation of the results of the balloon catheter dilation of lower gastrointestinal stenoses. METHODS First a guide-wire was introduced into the stenosis followed under x-ray control by a double-lumen balloon catheter, or directly through the endoscope a balloon catheter, with progressive dilation under pressures(More)
The authors report four cases of spontaneous retroperitoneal haematomas, which occurred in their department during a half year period. The patients were admitted from different internal medicine departments. They had anaemia, and bleeding with unknown origin and localisation, and were in a bad condition. Three patients could be suitable for operation after(More)
The authors report a case of a simultaneous extrauterine and intrauterine pregnancy which posed a problem of differential diagnosis for both the surgeon and the gynecologist. After surgical treatment of the ruptured ectopic pregnancy the patient was symptom free, and later requested the interruption of her normal intrauterine pregnancy. Diagnosis was(More)
AIM Benign stenosis of the lower gastrointestinal tract usually develops, due to complication of a surgical intervention or sometimes because of other inflammatory bowel processes. Their reoperation is technically difficult and risky. Therefore the authors use a balloon catheter dilatation in the treatment of lower gastrointestinal tract stenosis since(More)
AIM 15-20% of the patients with colorectal carcinoma is admitted to hospital with symptoms of colonic obstruction. If urgent, subtotal colectomy can not be done, Hartmann operation is performed, that means diverting colostomy and resection followed by a later re-anastomosis. In this article the authors report on the placement of a self-expandable stent for(More)
For the treatment of refractory ascites we use the saphenoperitoneal shunt described by Pang in 1992 approximately 2 years. This procedure eliminates the most frequent complications of the former synthetic shunts: occlusion of the collector branches and infections as well. In addition, the use of autologous vein is cost-saving. The first Hungarian(More)
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