L Escribano Negueruela

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A case is presented of a 10-year-old female twin with a cystic liver mass that debuted as a painless epigastric mass. The lesion was excised by hepatectomy of segments II and III, confirming in the review of the cavity the presence of a common mesentery with cecocolonic malposition. The postoperative course was normal and clinical and echographic study of(More)
Eleven patients, 8 women and 3 men, mean age 69.9 years (range 54-81) were operated with a gallstone ileus during a seven years period. Echography and barium study of small bowel were made in 8 and 2 patients, and gave a diagnostic rate of 37% and 100%, respectively. A preoperative diagnosis was made in 72.2% of cases, simple enterolithotomy was made in 8(More)
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