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Clostridium difficile Enteritis: An Early Postoperative Complication in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients After Colectomy
Clostridium difficile, the leading cause of hospital-acquired diarrhea, is known to cause severe colitis. C. difficile small bowel enteritis is rare (14 case reports) with mortality rates rangingExpand
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Radiographic underestimation of small bowel stricturing Crohn's disease: a comparison with surgical findings.
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to determine the accuracy of barium radiography compared with intraoperative evaluation with passage of a balloon catheter for assessment of stricturingExpand
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Transrectal and Transvaginal Sonographic Intervention of Infected Pelvic Fluid Collections: A Complete Approach
Infected pelvic fluid collections are relatively common particularly after abdominal or pelvic surgery or in patients suffering from benign intestinal disease such as diverticulitis, appendicitis, orExpand
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Fine‐needle aspiration diagnosis of unusual cutaneous neoplasms of the scalp in HIV‐infected patients: A report of two cases and review of the literature
We report on two unusual, non‐AIDS‐defining scalp neoplasms, Merkel‐cell carcinoma (MCC) and malignant melanoma, in 2 men with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). In the first patient,Expand
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Abnormal cervicovaginal smears due to endometriosis: A continuing problem
Endometriosis may be challenging when identified on cervicovaginal smears (CVS), leading to an incorrect interpretation of high‐grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (HSIL), or atypical glandularExpand
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Race Is Associated With Burden of Anal Condyloma and Need for Operative Intervention.
BACKGROUND Human papillomavirus is a common sexually transmitted infection that may affect the oropharynx, genitalia, or anus. Some strains of this virus may cause bulky growths around the anus knownExpand
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Racial and Ethnic Variation Associated With Human Papillomavirus Genotype in Anal Dysplasia.
BACKGROUND Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is known to cause dysplasia and cancer. In cervical disease, there are documented differences in prevalence of HPV genotypes among racial/ethnic groups. LittleExpand