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OBJECTIVE This study aimed to compare the outcomes of liver resection for unilateral and bilateral intrahepatic stones. BACKGROUND Hepatectomy is effective in treating intrahepatic stones accompanied by biliary stricture or segmental atrophy. The outcomes between unilateral and bilateral intrahepatic stones may be varied because of different complexity of(More)
BACKGROUND Recurrent and persistent secondary hyperparathyroidism (SHPT) nodules have an incidence of 10-70% after surgery. The treatment of recurrent and persistent SHPT nodules is a challenge, and surgical resection of difficult-to-reach or post-operative adhesions often fails. PURPOSE The aim of this research was to study the safety and effectiveness(More)
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