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OBJECTIVE To explore peripheral blood cell variations in hepatic cirrhosis portal hypertension patients with hypersplenism. METHODS Clinical data of 322 hypersplenism patients with decreased peripheral blood cells, admitted with cirrhotic portal hypertension, was retrospectively studied over the last 17 years. RESULTS In 64% (206/322) of patients, more(More)
BACKGROUND Fibrosis and enlargement of chronic pancreatitis (CP) can cause biliary stenosis, in which fixed circular stenosis is the common type, by compressing the intrapancreatic portion of the common bile duct. Another type of distal bile duct stenosis is compressed relative stenosis, in which the common bile duct walks along the back of the pancreas(More)
Intestinal obstruction is one of the common and frequently encountered diseases, the treatment of which has a long and tortuous history with a set of valid therapeutic methods accumulated. When a large segment of necrotic intestine, for instance, is to be removed, how do you maintain the patient's nutrition to protect his/her health. The effect of(More)
OBJECTIVE Abstract Intestinal obstruction is one of the earliest diseases known by humanity with its diagnosis experiencing a long course of history, achieving full-grown improvement, attracting worldwide attention. However, there are also some issues worthy of investigation. For example, the diagnosis of strangulated intestinal obstruction is still a(More)
Pericardial devascularization (PD) is less of a burden and provides better bleeding control to patients compared to shunt procedures, and so has been widely used in portal hypertension in China. However, because the vagus trunks are interrupted during surgery, patients easily suffer from postoperative stomach adynamia. Based on our understanding from(More)
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