R. J. Oostenbroek

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Two patients are described: one with an aneurysm of the infrarenal aorta and common iliac artery that ruptured posteriorly into the iliac vein, the other with an aneurysm of the distal abdominal aorta that ruptured posteriorly into the iliopsoas muscle. Both patients had symptoms compatible with a radicular compression syndrome. Ruptured aneurysm of one of(More)
Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH) is a benign lesion of the breast. Mammography and ultrasonography usually reveal a well circumscribed lesion with benign characteristics. In this report a series of 36 patients is described in terms of imaging, histopathologic findings, therapy and follow-up. Also an overview of the literature is provided. No(More)
BACKGROUND Although stoma closure is considered a simple surgical intervention, the interval between construction and reversal is often prolonged, and some ileostomies may never be reversed. We evaluated possible predictors for non-reversal and prolonged interval between construction and reversal. MATERIAL AND METHODS In a cohort study of ileostomy(More)
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