Pernille Wolder Born

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Histological classification of gliomas is important for treatment and as a prognostic predictor, but classification by histology alone can be a challenge. Molecular genetic investigations, in particular the combined loss of the short arm of chromosome 1 and the long arm of chromosome 19 (LOH1p/19q), has become a significant predictor of outcome in(More)
Laparoscopic gastric bypass is the most common type of surgery for morbid obesity in Denmark. The most frequent late complications after gastric bypass are ulcer, internal hernia and stenosis. Two cases of stenosis of the bileopancreatic limb with gastric blow-out are described. Urgent diagnosis with computed tomography and acute surgical treatment is vital(More)
INTRODUCTION Histological classification of brain tumours, including gliomas, can be difficult, and genetic investigations are increasingly significant in their classification and the development of treatment strategies. Oligodendrogliomas often show a loss of heterozygocity for the short arm of chromosome 1 and the long arm of chromosome 19 (LOH 1p/19q),(More)
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