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The preventive effects of low-dose enteric-coated aspirin tablets on the development of colorectal tumours in Asian patients: a randomised trial
Subgroup analysis revealed that subjects who were non-smokers, defined as those who had smoked in the past or who had never smoked, had a marked reduction in the number of recurrent tumours in the aspirin-treated group, consistent with those obtained from other randomised controlled trials in Western countries. Expand
Significance of prevention and early treatment of a postoperative twisted neck: atlantoaxial rotatory subluxation after head and neck surgery
Atlantoaxial rotatory subluxation (AARS) is an infrequent condition that occurs most commonly in children for unknown reasons. Pediatric surgery, otopharyngeal inflammation, general anesthesia, andExpand
[Treatment of age-related subfoveal choroidal neovascularization by low-dose external radiation: a preliminary study].
Although the present results seem to be worse than those in previous reports, the efficacy of this treatment still needs to be evaluated because no beneficial strategies in the treatment of subfoveal neovascularization have been established. Expand
Clinicopathological Study on Flat and Depressed Minute Colorecta Carcinomas
Abstract: Over the last two years, a total colonoscopy was performed on 3,006 patients and 232 colorectal carcinomas were detected in these patients. Seventy one (30.6%) of the carcinomas were foundExpand
[A case of colon sm cancer IIa + IIc type converted well differentiated adenocarcinoma into signet-ring cell carcinoma].
Comparison of the effects of omeprazole and famotidine in treatment of upper abdominal symptoms in patients with reflux esophagitis
Omeprazole was superior to famotidine for treatment of upper abdominal symptoms in patients with reflux esophagitis, which suggested that gastric acid might be a cause not only of reflux symptoms, but also of ulcer symptoms and dysmotility symptoms. Expand