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digestive hemorragic

Bartolomé García-Pérez, Rocío García-Paredes, Ángel Vargas Acosta, Emilio Belchí Segura, María Luisa Ortiz Sanchez, Fernando Carballo-Álvarez
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February 2012: Revista Española de Enfermedades Digestivas
Giuliano Marzorati, Assunta Ascione, Placido Gregorio
OBJECTIVE: We report on a male patient operated on for a mesenchymal tumor of the digestive tract presenting a mega cyst-like abdominal mass. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The size of the lesion was magnum, the mass presented as unilocular, the wall thickness was not uniform (0.1 to 1 cm) with hemorragic areas, the lesions were multiple measuring 3x2 cm and less, the mitotic index was borderline. The diagnosis was histologically defined as GIST borderline (low mitotic count and tumor size < 5 cm)...
December 2004: Archivio Italiano di Urologia, Andrologia
F Hernández, M López Santamaria, M Gámez, J Murcia, N Leal, G Prieto, M Molina, J Sarriá, E De Vicente, Y Quijano, J Nuño, E Frauca, P Jara, J Tovar
BACKGROUND: More than two thirds of all intestinal transplantations (ITx) performed around the world correspondent to recipients younger than 18. OBJECTIVE: To analyze our 5-year experience in pediatric ITx. PATIENTS: We assessed the outcome of the 19 children included in list out of 41 patients considered for ITx from 1997. The main cause of intestinal failure was short bowel syndrome (14) followed by intestinal motility disorders (3) and congenit disorders of intestinal epithelium (CDIE) (2)...
July 2004: Cirugía Pediátrica: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Cirugía Pediátrica
R C Figueiredo, R C Norton, J A Lamounier, E Leão
OBJECTIVE: In this study the authors review this subject, and call attention for the late hemorrhagic disease of the newborn, due to the severity and higher risk of mortality and neurological sequelae.METHODS: In this article, four cases of children, age raging from 12 to 21 days, with late hemorrhagic disease associated with vitamin K deficiency were reported. RESULTS: All newborns had multiple hemorrhagic manifestations of the disease. The systems more affected were digestive tract, urinary system, umbilical cord, respiratory system and nervous system...
January 1998: Jornal de Pediatria
G Pelizzo, R Dubois, A Lapillonne, X Lainé, O Claris, R Bouvier, J P Chappuis
Eleven neonates ranging in gestational age from 34 to 40 weeks presented with gastric necrosis. The 4 full-term neonates showed sudden-onset hemorrage and "coffee-ground" vomiting; in the 7 premature babies the initial clinical finding was abdominal distention. The criteria for diagnosis were: perinatal distress in prematures and transient neonatal respiratory distress in full-term babies. Radiographic evidence of gastric distention was typical and preceded clinical signs of hematemesis and gastric perforation...
July 1998: Pediatric Surgery International
N M Forones, L Lourenço, M T de Seixas, G D'Ippólito, J C Del Grande, E J Lobo
We report a case of malignant schwannoma of the duodenum, a neural tumor, which rarely occurs in the gastroduodenal tract. The diagnosis was done after an hemorragic episode of the upper gastrointestinal tract and the treatment done was a local resection. Two years later the patient had no symptoms, but the control endoscopy showed a recurrence of the tumor in the second portion of the duodenum and the patient was submitted to a gastroduodenopancreatectomy. The authors reported the case and make a revision on intestinal schwannomas...
October 1996: Arquivos de Gastroenterologia
M P Cocciale, C Gilbert, S Gogolewski, A Courrier, J M Perarnau, F Truchetet, J F Cuny
Congenital epidermolysis bullosa is an inherited disorder characterized by an anomaly of joint structures between epidermis and dermis. This anomaly involves different malpighian epithelium and particularly in the digestive chorioepithelial junction. Digestive and oropharyngeal manifestations include bullae, erosions and ulcerations that heal by fibrosis, leading to retraction and stenosis. We report two cases of esophageal stenosis, the first one in a young patient with a congenital epidermolysis bullosa of Hallopeau-Siemens and the second one, in a young woman with a Pasini variant...
1996: Gastroentérologie Clinique et Biologique
F Cannistrà
During the period January 1992 - January 1995, 110 patients affected by digestive hemorrhage of the gastroduodenal tract, at stage Forrest 1a 19 patients (17.3%) and Forrest 1b 91 patients (82.7%), were treated at the Division of Endoscopic Surgery at the "C. Forlanini" Hospital. During the same period 1584 esophagogastroduodenoscopies were performed, the impact on above-mentioned hemorrhages was of 6.95% (110 patients). All hemorrhagic patients were Italians, in 41 (37.2%) the bleeding had a gastric origin, in 69 (62...
September 1996: Minerva Gastroenterologica e Dietologica
C Meyer, J P Kauffmann, D Keller, L F Hollender
Presentation of a particularly evoking case of a post-opérative superior mesenteric arterio-venous fistula revealed by recurrent intestinal hemorrhages, diagnosed by selective arteriography and treated by resection of the anevrysmal pouch and the adjacent bowel. Review of the literature concerning 25 other cases from which it can be concluded that the digestive angiography was the only complementary examination that allowed the diagnosis. The curative surgical treatment has a 15% mortality rate in relation with hemorragic recurrences...
November 1980: Journal de Chirurgie
F Bodin, H Lichtenstein, M Roudier, M Conte
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
July 1974: Archives Françaises des Maladies de L'appareil Digestif
D Luminet
The author states that aside from two major digestive psychosomatic conditions, peptic ulcer and ulcero-hemorragic colitis, one only encounters in the adult a widespread psychosomatic pathology, that is to say: 1 degree phenomena of hysterical conversion (gravidic vomiting for example); 2 degrees digestive phenomena concomitant with emotional reactions (diarrhea and anxiety, hypersecretion and anger, constipation and depression etc.); 3 degrees digestive manifestations accompanying anxiety neurosis; 4 degrees authentic functional diseases, such as the irritable colon corresponding to a well defined personality structure...
June 1975: Acta Psychiatrica Belgica
G Rifle, H Viard, P Cortet
The case-history of a patient with calcified constrictive epicardopericarditis with rapidely progressive aggravation after digestive hemorrage due to excessive dose or oral anticoagulant therapy is reported. The occurrence of a cardiac tamponade has necessitated pericardectomy which has permitted to detect a partitionned hemopericardium. The surgical act was followed by gross improvement of both constrictive phenomenon and angina pectoris which have grounded the prescription of anticoagulant therapy. Anticoagulant therapy is likely responsible of the hemopericardium...
1976: Acta Cardiologica
E Manso, O Nodarse, W Haedo, R Llanio
Prognosis in upper gastrointestinal hemorrage (UGIH) depends mostly upon an early diagnosis. The addition of an around the clock endoscopist on duty in the hospital was decided upon to provide inmediate evaluation of all UGIH. The team performed 200 endoscopies, many within the first 12 hours and all of them before 24 hours of bleeding. Endoscopy was unsuccessful in 5 out of 205 attempts. The usefulness of the method was demonstrated as in 94.55% of the patients the cause of the bleeding was established. Peptic ulcers was the cause in 51...
January 1976: G.E.N
F Fekete, J C Tossen
Reporting 74 home cases and data of recent litterature, the Authors try to take stock of major hepatic resection in 1978. Technical difficulties are recalled. The control of vena cava and major hepatic veins remains critical. So are blood coagulation troubles (6 cases). The technical choice amounts of either the ruled hepatectomy first described by J. L. Lortat-Jacob, or the finger-fracture technique. The latter should be preferred in resection for trauma (faster with healthy liver and on unchanged anatomy)...
June 18, 1979: La Semaine des Hôpitaux: Organe Fondé Par L'Association D'enseignement Médical des Hôpitaux de Paris
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