PERFORATED DUODENAL EVENTS POST
Complicative perforative events, which occur in patients undergoing ERCP with biliary stenting, are dealt with and it is shown that an aggressive attitude with immediate recourse to surgery or conservative therapy, in relation to the lacerations of the side wall of the duodenum, is needed.
Which Surgical Strategy in Sepsis from Retro Peritoneal Colic Perforation
- MedicineBiomedical Journal of Scientific & Technical Research
In the last decade, attention has been paid to severe abdominal infections which, due to their severity and difficulty in treatment, cause death in 30-60% of cases.
LOCAL RECURRENCES AFTER ULTRA LOW RESECTION OF THE RECTUM
It is highlighted how a surgery that includes a correct excision of the middle rectum provides a high prevention of recurrences in addition to the correct approach to the neoplasm, as well as how an ultralow resection can help diagnosis.
CURRENT PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN COLORECTAL CANCER
Introduction: Colorectal carcinoma is one of the main causes of mortality due to neoplasia in all Western countries and with high technological development. There are 150,000 in Europe and 30,000 in…
THE RADICAL ANAL TRANS EXCISION IN THE INITIAL NEOPLASM OF THE RECTUM
The local root resection offers the advantages of a surgery without all the complications involved in a major resection and is indicated in a limited series of cases, although the percentage of clinical observations of early diagnosis is increasing in cost.
THE "TAILORED SURGERY", IN THE PRESERVATION OF THE ANAL SPHINCTER IN THE TUMOR
Indroduction: increased survival. In the name of these objectives the quality of life has been sacrificed in the past, but with the evolution of surgical techniques and the greater knowledge of the…
Laparoscopic Treatment in Pancreatic Pathology ?
Treatment indications that are well codified with the possibility of extending their applications to perform both derivative and resective interventions are obtained, regardless of the tumor site and the type.
Which Laparoscopic Treatment in Pancreatic Pathology?
- MedicineInternational Journal of New Technology and Research
Treatment indications that are well codified with the possibility of extending their applications to perform both derivative and resective interventions are obtained to diagnose and treat patients with pancreatic neoplasm.
Transection of the pancreas demonstrated by ultrasound and computed tomography
- MedicineGastrointestinal Radiology
Examination of the upper abdomen of a 14-year-old boy with peritoneal signs and hyperamylasemia showed a complete pancreatic rupture, which led to a rapid and uneventful recovery.
A comparison of the effects of two somatostatin analogues in a patient with an external pancreatic fistula.
In a 30-year-old man, a total external pancreatic fistula developed after enucleation of an insulinoma of the head of the gland, and spontaneous closure of the fistula occurred after 3 1/2 months.
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The role of interventional radiology in trauma.
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The advent of thoracic endovascular aortic repair is associated with broadened treatment eligibility and decreased overall mortality in traumatic thoracic aortic injury.
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