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Three cases are presented of patients with rectal cancer, in whom the decision of radical operation was abandoned during surgical intervention. In these patients radical operation was done during repeated surgery.
A case is described of extensive, bleeding plano-epithelial carcinoma of back skin in burn scar in a 62-year-old man. The lesion was extensively excised with partial resection of Th 12-L3 spinous processes with covering of the loss with a graft. During 15-month follow up no manifestations of disease recurrence were seen.
UNLABELLED Cholangiocarcinomas have been often met in daily practice. Biliar tract neoplasmas are the most important group in adenomas and papillomas. There is the medical and social problem with cancer patients because they call doctor too late when cancer changes reach a high level and only paliative procedures are recommended. In the most cases the… (More)
UNLABELLED Cholecystolithiasis is a serious problem of contemporary medicine. The most common operations in gastroenterologic surgery are gallbladder operations because of calculosis. The most common complications after gallbladder operations are bleeding from site of the gallbladder and bile leakage, but the most serious complication is a bile ducts… (More)