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Rectal stenosis is an uncommon event after PPH. Early stenosis will occur within the first 4 months after surgery. In most cases, the stenosis can be cured through colonoscopy surgery. Predictive factors for stenosis are previous sclerosis therapy for hemorrhoids and severe postoperative pain.
In many patients with non-B, non-C HCC, HBV DNA in the liver appears to be involved in the carcinogenesis, with intense HBV DNA expression predicting poor outcome for patients with these cancers.
The application of clinical trial results to the management of the individual cancer patient is not always straightforward. The results of a clinical trial indicate the “average” effect of an intervention, often expressed in terms of an absolute risk reduction, which is an estimate of the...
Octogenarians tolerated LC well. Therefore, early elective LC should be encouraged to minimize morbidity and mortality in these elderly patients who have symptomatic cholelithiasis.
Non-tumoral cases causing intra-abdominal mechanical bowel obstruction occur mostly in younger people and in patients with previous surgical operation. Patients in older ages or who haven’t had any surgical intervention must be operated as soon as possible because of the high rate of malignancy.
To date, >500 injured patients have been enrolled in this multicenter trial, and the final interim analyses support the original target of 720.
Select common procedures can be performed entirely with sharpless techniques, eliminating the risk to surgical personnel associated with intraoperative percutaneous injuries.
Rarely, mediastinal parathyroid glands cannot be resected through a cervical approach. In these cases the use of partial median sternotomy is an attractive technique in achieving cure of hyperparathyroidism and is associated with minimal morbidity and a short length of hospital stay.
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