Transduodenal endoscopy.


The technique to be described is presented as a useful addition to the repertoire of the surgeon who finds nothing abnormal in an abdomen during an operation for haematemesis (case 3), and also where at laparotomy an expected lesion of the stomach is not found, and a full examination of the mucosa is desired (case 10). The approach was prompted by the easy… (More)

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