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On the afternoon of Saturday 4th March 1989 two trains, both bound for London Victoria Station, collided. Part of the rear train rolled down a steep railway embankment and jack-knifed against a tree. The mechanism of the crash and the injuries sustained by the 55 victims who were seen in the A&E Department of the Mayday University Hospital are described.… (More)
Therapeutic embolisation is now recognised as having a role in the management of bladder haemorrhage and is particularly valuable in severe cases where the patient's life is at risk. This paper describes the procedures which were used to manage two patients with massive haematuria, from a tumour in one case and from an arterial malformation in the other.… (More)
Eleven patients with ureteric transitional cell tumours were reviewed and conservative management recommended.
A case is presented of severe pancreatic injury in a 30-year-old man following a road traffic accident. A Whipple's operation was performed successfully. Despite some postoperative complications, the patient is well and back at work 1 year after the operation.