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Luis Charúa Guindic, Alex Edmundo Chirino Pérez, Teresita Navarrete Cruces, Rosa Martha Osorio Hernández, Octavio Avendaño Espinosa
UNLABELLED: Clinical manifestations of hemorrhoidal disease depend on its location (internal or external) and the presence or not of complications. PURPOSE: To describe the results of the three most common alternatives for non-surgical procedures treating internal hemorrhoids: rubber band ligation, esclerotherapy and infrared photocoagulation. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A retrospective, longitudinal and descriptive study from January 1998 to December 2002 was carried out, including variables like age, gender, clinical manifestations and date of initiation, type of non-surgical alternative treatment, complications, management and stage of the illness...
July 2005: Revista de Gastroenterología de México
Anibal Alarcón, Godofredo Talavera, Jóse Gonzales, Juan Rivera
We present a retrospective evaluation of our experience in the period that goes from January 1992 to December 1998, clinical records of 58 patients ages from 2 months old to 15 years, male and female, who were treated at the GI service of Instituto de Salud del Ni o, were reviewed. All of them had esophageal stenosis and were included in the Esophageal Dilatation Program with Savary-Gilliard bougies. The causes of Esophageal Stenosis in the study were: Caustic agents 37.9%, gastro esophageal reflux (GER) 20...
October 1999: Revista de Gastroenterología del Perú: órgano Oficial de la Sociedad de Gastroenterología del Perú
P Gil Martínez, J M Liédana Torres, A Roncalés Badal, C Rioja Sanz, L Rodríguez Vela, A Gonzalvo Ibarra, I García Escribano, L A Rioja Sanz
PURPOSE: To review our series of 416 renal transplants, with special reference to the surgical complications and their management. METHODS: From June, 1986 to October 1997, we are performed 416 heterotopic renal transplants, harvested from cadavers. Reconstruction of the urinary tract reconstruction was by ureteroneocystostomy in practically all the cases. RESULTS: There were some urological complications in 80 patients (19.2%). The most common urological complication was obstruction of the urinary tract arising from stenosis (3...
April 1998: Actas Urologicas Españolas
G Hessel, C A Escanhoela, A D de Oliveira, H K De-Maria, E Onishi, R M Yamada, A G Ferreira
Hepatoportal sclerosis is the term used to name a clinicopathological condition responsible for non-chirrotic portal hypertension. A three cases report of children with hepatoportal sclerosis is presented associated with portal vein thrombosis. The first two patients presented as main complaint upper digestive hemorrhage and the third one was admitted for investigation of hepatosplenomegaly. The ultrasonographic exam revealed alterations indicative of extrahepatic portal vein thrombosis in the three cases. The patients underwent liver biopsy for they had presented altered liver enzymes...
April 1997: Arquivos de Gastroenterologia
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