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The gastrointestinal abnormalities encountered in 125 patients with the Ehlers-Danlos syndrome have been described. Spontaneous perforation of the intestine and massive gastrointestinal haemorrhage are uncommon but potentially lethal complications of the Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Less dangerous abnormalities, such ;as external hernia, hiatus hernia,… (More)
Although it is well documented that persons suffering from diabetes type 2 profit from muscular activities, just a negligible amount of patients take advantage of physical exercises. During the last decade, vibration exercise (VE) could be established as an effective measure to prevent muscular atrophy and osteoporosis with low expenditure of overall… (More)
Four children are reported with a chronic caseating granulomatous infection on the intraparotid lymph nodes most likely due to atypical mycobacteria. The sialogram showed one or more masses within the parotid gland.
Sixteen children below the age of 12 were operated on for blunt injury to the pancreas during a ten-year period. Unless there was an associated injury, signs and symptoms did not immediately develop. Common to the delayed manifestation of an injury to the pancreas was history of an impaling force to the upper abdomen, abdominal tenderness, and an elevated… (More)