Professor Raphael Reiss

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Surgery for acute cholecystitis has become the most frequent abdominal surgery in most hospitals, yet aspects of its management remain controversial. The aim of this study was to focus on the recent trends by demonstrating the principal differences between 2 series of patients operated on during 10-year intervals. Two hundred fifty-six consecutive(More)
The use of mobile image intensifier and television monitor permits easy performance of direct visualization of the biliary tract during surgery (fluorocholangiography). The routine use of fluorocholangiography has certain advantages over the standard technique of operative cholangiography: rapid direct visualization permits proper positioning of the(More)
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