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Pancreatic trauma is rare in Scotland but is associated with significant mortality. Outcome was worse in patients with advanced age, haemodynamic instability, blunt trauma and multiple injuries.
To help predict ischemic events, the increasing use of the D-dimer assay in clinical practice could be extended to patients presenting with intestinal emergencies. An elevated D-dimer level on admission had a high sensitivity for identifying patients with intestinal ischemia, although it had a...
Breast cancer in Hong Kong most often presents as a breast lump discovered by self-examination. The role of screening mammogram has to be reevaluated. Multidisciplinary teamwork is essential for optimizing decision-making about adjuvant treatment interventions in such patients.
These data suggest that CR-POSSUM may provide a better estimate of the risk of mortality for patients who undergoing colorectal resection.
Patients with MVT had a more favorable prognosis, whereas those with NOMI had the worst outlook. The APACHE II and POSSUM scoring systems are useful in predicting the clinical outcome. Early diagnosis and classification of AIID patients are useful for aggressive treatment to improve the clinical...
The graft outlet stricture of cuffed ePTFE grafts for hemodialysis 3 months after implantation was less severe than that for the standard ePTFE graft. The correlation between the stricture level and dialysis graft patency requires further clarification.
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