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Bile duct injury during laparoscopic cholecystectomy: a prospective nationwide series.
The incidence of bile duct injury in laparoscopic cholecystectomy is higher than previously generally anticipated and did not decrease from 1991 through 1994, and the frequency of biles duct injury after intraoperative cholangiography was not significantly different from those who did not. Expand
Sarcomas of the breast: a clinico-pathological study of 67 patients with long term follow-up.
A national Danish series of 68 breast sarcomas from 66 women and one man was investigated, and tumor contours appeared to be the best prognostic factor in predicting the risk of metastatic spread. Expand
Changes in gastric mucosal cell proliferation after antrectomy or vagotomy in man.
The results indicate that epithelial cell proliferation in fundic mucosa is accelerated after antrectomy in man and that PGV is followed by an increased rate of cell renewal in funding and antral mucosa, whereas the kinetic parameters in duodenal mucosa remain unaffected by this operation. Expand
The double pylorus.
Findings suggest that double pylorus is an acquired lesion, caused by penetration of an ulcer through the pyloric ring. Expand
Congenital radio-ulnar synostosis. Report of 37 cases.
Clinical course of cystosarcoma phyllodes related to histologic appearance.
It is proposed to restrict the term cystosarcoma phyllode to histologically malignant tumors and use the term fibroadenoma phyllodes in instances of histologically benign tumors. Expand
Heterotopic gastric epithelium in the duodenum and its correlation to gastric disease and acid level.
The frequency of gastric mucosal heterotopia with parietal cells in the duodenal cuff of 250 gastric resection specimens and in 22 duodanal resection specimen was studied, and a statistically significant correlation with the underlying disease was found. Expand
Videothoracoscopic lung biopsy by a stapling technique.
The thoracoscopic technique implies less surgical trauma than thoracotomy resulting in less postoperative pain and a better cosmetic result, and in patients suitable for general anaesthesia the endoscopic method seems to be the ideal method. Expand
Cimetidine for severe gastroduodenal haemorrhage: a randomized controlled trial.
In patients with severe bleeding from gastric or duodenal ulcers neither the severity of bleeding nor the incidence of emergency surgery was reduced by cimetidine, and the treatment did not improve the mortality rate. Expand