Widrow Bernard

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Clinical and morphological aspects based on the observation of one case of oesophageal melanoblastoma are discussed. We want to point out that the characteristic morphology of the tumor enables us to exclude melanoma metastases and thus give an exact diagnosis. The importance of oesophagoscopy for the preoperative diagnosis is emphasized; radical(More)
Following abdomino-thoracical total gastrectomy and partial resection of the esophagus performed because of the presence of a stomac cancer located in the upper part of the organ an attempt was made to execute from a left sided thoracotomy an esophago-jejunostomy. During which it was found that the previously prepared loop of the jejunum was too short. The(More)