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The available evidence demonstrates that both laparoscopic and open ligament release associated with celiac ganglionectomy are effective in provide celiac artery revascularization and sustained symptom relief in the majority of patients with the syndrome2,3,5. The laparoscopic approach is feasible, safe, and successful, if performed by experienced(More)
INTRODUCTION The nonoperative management of traumatic spleen injuries is the modality of choice in patients with blunt abdominal trauma and hemodynamic stability. However, there are still questions about the treatment indication in some groups of patients, as well as its follow-up. AIM Update knowledge about the spleen injury. METHOD Was performed(More)
The clinical and pathological manifestations of a case of carcinosarcoma of the esophagus are reported. Barium swallow and endoscopy revealed a polypoid mass in mid esophagus. The tumor was large, pedunculated, covered by smooth mucosa with some erosions. Histologically the tumor was composed of a mixture of invasion keratinizing cells and intermingled(More)
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