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In humans chronic obstructive pancreatitis (COP) is thought to be a disease devoid of ductal stones. The aim of this study was to verify the presence and frequency of calcifications in patients with COP and compare them with those found in patients with chronic calcifying/calcific pancreatitis (CCP). We conducted a retrospective ERCP investigation in 115… (More)
Social media raises new opportunities and challenges for firms, providing new channels of direct communication with consumers who can provide huge amount of data and useful information about <i>desiderata</i>, innovative products and services. Due to the growing utilization of social media, companies increasingly invest in communication and marketing… (More)
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Passive intestinal permeability was measured in 15 adult patients with atopic eczema. Values in the patients did not differ significantly from those in 12 healthy control subjects. These results suggest that altered intestinal permeability is not important in the pathogenesis of atopic eczema in adults.