Rodolfo Cabrera García

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INTRODUCTION Total colectomy is the only effective treatment for prophylaxis against colon cancer in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP). We present our experience with 4 children colectomized for FAP, with a particular focus on the long-term surveillance to detect extracolonic manifestations. PATIENTS AND METHODS We review the clinical(More)
We present our experience with nine patients who were operated on for having cervical cysts lesions with the purpose of providing more information about this type of pathology. Five patients presented a left low-jaw cervical mass, diagnosed in the neonatal period. All of them presented with respiratory distress and in four of them quick local inflammatory(More)
BACKGROUND Biofeedback based on anomanometric techniques has been shown to be effective in the treatment of children with encopresis. The long-term efficacy of biofeedback and which variables of anorectal manometry (anorectal manometry) could help to establish biofeedback indications are currently the subject of debate. OBJECTIVES To identify which(More)
INTRODUCTION Barium enema was the first method used for the diagnosis of Hirschsprung's disease, with the appearance of anorectal manometry and its combination with rectal suction biopsy, barium enema has lost value as a diagnosis method but it has also gain importance to decide the surgical technique that will be used for the correction of the disease. (More)
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