M Oudanane

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Thirty-two duodenal ulcer perforations were treated by suture and supraselective vagotomy. Perioperative mortality was nil. The recurrence rate was 6.2% against 17% after elective supraselective vagotomy performed by the same surgeons during the same period. Results of this technique for treatment of perforated duodenal ulcer are compared with those of 28(More)
This work is based on 140 cases of esophageal reconstructions collected during 17 years from 1970 to 1987. Those interventions were performed for 62 cancerous esophageal lesions, 8 peptic stenosis and 70 caustic stenosis. The immediate and long-term results will be presented. Important points of the reconstructions will be stressed.
Authors report 121 cases of post bulbary ulcers between 1969 and 1987. They precise the frequency of complications in this localisations of the ulcerous disease: Hemorrhage: 38% Stenosis: 39.6% Peritonitis through perforation: 9.09% Anatomical reports of the post bulbary area explain the anatomo-pathological aspects made by the above mentioned complications(More)
To look for the explanation about the post-cholecystectomy syndrome, the authors study 637 liver's biopsies during cholecystectomy for cholelithiasis. 373 liver's biopsies showed hepatic lesions (58.5 per cent). The post-cholecystectomy syndrome is observed in 36 per cent of patients who had hepatic lesions, and only 13 per cent of patients with normal(More)