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Following pneumonectomy and diaphragmatic reconstruction for carcinoid tumour, a fistula developed between the pneumonectomy space and the splenic flexure of the colon. The problem was successfully treated by colon resection and thoracoplasty.
Objective: Dysphagia due to tuberculosis is rare in both the developing countries with high prevalence rates and the western population following the recent upsurge linked to the AIDS and immigration. Aim: To study tuberculosis as an aetiological factor in the causation of dysphagia and to...
Background: Although used routinely in pediatric patients, ultrafiltration techniques that reverse hemodilution are infrequently used in adults. Data from small, unblinded clinical trials suggest that the use of ultrafiltration can reduce inflammatory mediators, improve cardiac function, and...
A 64-year-old man underwent a left pneumonectomy for a benign bronchial stenosis in 1968. In 1997, a left parietal thoracic tumour: T-type malignant non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (MNHL) was detected. It was treated by chemotherapy and radiation therapy. After 6 years follow-up, the patient is alive and...
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