Wuttichai Thanapongsathorn

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BACKGROUND The present study aims to clarify the use, in a developing country, of fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNA) instead of open biopsy as a cost-saving, reliable initial diagnostic and management tool for patients with breast mass. METHODS A prospective study of 60 patients (71 breast masses) was carried out. The accuracy of physical diagnosis of(More)
A double-blind, comparative, controlled study on the effectiveness of the addition of oral diosmin (Daflon; Lab. Servier, Orléans, France) and placebo to a conservative regimen of bulk laxative in the treatment of acute symptoms of first-degree and second-degree internal hemorrhoids was undertaken in 100 patients. The diosmin and placebo groups, with 50(More)
Esophageal malignancy is one of the most aggressive malignancies. Unfortunately, the majority of patients present with incurable disease. Then palliative treatment to relieve dysphagia is the mainstay of treatment. We compared the mortality, procedure-related complications, hospital stay, intervention time, improvement of dysphagia and survival time between(More)
Purpose: To report a novel technique of laparoscopic 10 mm Single Port Access IntraPeritoneal Onlay Mesh (SPA-IPOM) using bioresorbable composite mesh fixed with Endoclose suture (percutaneous subcutaneous suture) in 3 cases of bilateral inguinal hernia. Methods: Laparoscopic SPA-IPOM is done through a 10 mm trocar with one 10 mm instrument that has 5 mm(More)
BACKGROUND Preoperative briefing of interprofessional surgical team (Surgeon group, Anesthetic group and Operating nurse group) shows improvement of surgical teamwork satisfaction. However preoperative briefing protocol is not well set in surgical practice in Thailand. OBJECTIVE To study the interprofessional preoperative briefing effectiveness in term of(More)
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