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Intussusception in Infants and Children

Intussusception in Infants and Children the others total became This was colectomy procedure the survival rate 58% of The data indi¬ necessary. 5-yr (27 46). has been since cancers performed more frequently with a cate that: of the anal hav¬ 1957, (a) Epidermoid margin decrease in from 19.4% to 6.5%. the 2 cm a or mortality ing a size of 2 or of 0 Everting less, histological grade for led to fewer and circumscribed or early maturation complications margins not fixed to ileostomy 1, pushing deeper and total with of be revisions. One-stage colectomy eversión treated wide local excision, tissues, may successfully by ¡leal stoma is considered for All other optimum procedure. Colostomy (b) epidermoid carcinomas of the anal canal and obstruction or subtotal should be followed and all carcinomas in fistula-in-ano colectomy by margin occurring removal of the remainder of the removal of the rec¬ should be treated colon; by resection, Groin abdominal-perinea] (c) tum in of severe anorectal infection is not advised. dissections should be when be¬ presence performed nodes inguinal come Those cancers that metastasized to palpably positive. in Infants and Children\p=m-\C. D. Benson, nodes had done the time the Intussusception inguinal lymph so by patient was R. Lloyd, and H. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Intussusception in Infants and Children

JAMA , Volume 184 (8) – May 25, 1963

Intussusception in Infants and Children

Abstract

the others total became This was colectomy procedure the survival rate 58% of The data indi¬ necessary. 5-yr (27 46). has been since cancers performed more frequently with a cate that: of the anal hav¬ 1957, (a) Epidermoid margin decrease in from 19.4% to 6.5%. the 2 cm a or mortality ing a size of 2 or of 0 Everting less, histological grade for led to fewer and circumscribed or early maturation complications margins not fixed to ileostomy 1, pushing deeper and total with of be...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1963 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1963.03700210111049
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Abstract

the others total became This was colectomy procedure the survival rate 58% of The data indi¬ necessary. 5-yr (27 46). has been since cancers performed more frequently with a cate that: of the anal hav¬ 1957, (a) Epidermoid margin decrease in from 19.4% to 6.5%. the 2 cm a or mortality ing a size of 2 or of 0 Everting less, histological grade for led to fewer and circumscribed or early maturation complications margins not fixed to ileostomy 1, pushing deeper and total with of be revisions. One-stage colectomy eversión treated wide local excision, tissues, may successfully by ¡leal stoma is considered for All other optimum procedure. Colostomy (b) epidermoid carcinomas of the anal canal and obstruction or subtotal should be followed and all carcinomas in fistula-in-ano colectomy by margin occurring removal of the remainder of the removal of the rec¬ should be treated colon; by resection, Groin abdominal-perinea] (c) tum in of severe anorectal infection is not advised. dissections should be when be¬ presence performed nodes inguinal come Those cancers that metastasized to palpably positive. in Infants and Children\p=m-\C. D. Benson, nodes had done the time the Intussusception inguinal lymph so by patient was R. Lloyd, and H.

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 1963

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