Orri Thór Ormarsson

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BACKGROUND Heterotopic pancreas (HP) in the stomach can be difficult to diagnose and there are many treatment options. The aim of this article is to review the contemporary diagnosis of and treatment options for HP in the stomach. METHODS We undertook a retrospective review of patients with the diagnosis heterotopic pancreas registered at St. Olavs(More)
Heterotopic pancreas (HP) in the stomach is a relatively well-known entity, but there are not many symptomatic cases reported in children. We report on a 9-year-old boy presenting with nausea and vomiting. The first gastroscopic examination showed a crater-like lesion in the antrum, but at follow-up gastroscopy a few weeks later the lesion was polypoid,(More)
UNLABELLED Cod-liver oil and other marine products containing polyunsaturated fatty acids have anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-viral effects and may be useful in the treatment of various inflammatory and infectious diseases. We developed suppositories and ointment with 30% free fatty acid (FFA) extract from omega-3 fish oil. Our purpose was to(More)
This case report describes endoscopic drainage of posttraumatic pancreatic pseudocyst in a eleven year old boy. Pancreatic pseudocyst is a well known complication of pancreatitis and pancreatic trauma. Traditional methods of draining them consists of open surgery or transcutanous emptying. In recent years endoscopic treatment has been used more often and is(More)
AIM A well-documented, clinically proven per rectum treatment for childhood constipation is needed. This phase two clinical trial evaluated the efficacy of suppositories containing free fatty acids (FFA) compared with Klyx docusate sodium and sorbitol enemas. METHODS A randomised, controlled, single-blind study was undertaken on 77 children aged between(More)
Objectives The purpose of this trial was to evaluate the efficacy and safety of recently developed suppositories containing free fatty acids as a bowel-cleansing agent prior to flexible sigmoidoscopy and compare them with Klyx (docusate sodium/sorbitol). Design A controlled, non-inferiority, single-blind, randomised study on outpatients undergoing flexible(More)
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