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Dig Surg (2012) 28 (5-6): 360–366.
Published Online: 12 November 2011
...P.H.J. Hemmer; J.S. de Schipper; B. van Etten; J.P.E.N. Pierie; J.J. Bonenkamp; P.W. de Graaf; T.M. Karsten Objective: Despite improvements in anesthesiology and intensive care medicine, mortality for perforated gastroduodenal ulcer disease remains high. This study was designed to evaluate...
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Dig Surg (1996) 13 (3): 231–234.
Published Online: 06 November 2008
.... Acute complications, including intestinal obstruction, hemorrhage and perforation, are rare, but may necessitate immediate surgical intervention. Due to the relative rarity of these lesions and their complications, diagnosis is often difficult and delayed. The high mortality of the acute complications...
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Dig Surg (1997) 14 (3): 202–204.
Published Online: 06 November 2008
...F. Erckmann; R. Kasperk; S. Truong; V. Schumpelick While under most circumstances demonstration of extraintestinal gas necessitates surgical treatment, this approach may not be required in selected cases of perforations after diagnostic or therapeutic endoscopy. We report a case of pneumoperitoneum...
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Dig Surg (1987) 4 (3): 171–175.
Published Online: 05 November 2008
... displayed only peri-appendicitis, prompting upper gastrointestinal and computerized tomographic examinations. The latter revealed a lesser sac abscess which was drained. Despite drainage, the abscess recurred and the patient was reexplored. A minute perforation of the distal stomach, communicating...
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Dig Surg (1989) 6 (2): 74–77.
Published Online: 05 November 2008
...T.N. Pappas; F. Gale; P.P. Ross The surgical literature supports a negative laparotomy rate of 20% for patients who are explored for the diagnosis of appendicitis. It has been assumed that attempts at decreasing the negative laparotomy rate will increase the perforation rate to above 25%. We...
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Dig Surg (1986) 3 (4): 281–283.
Published Online: 05 November 2008
...Steven A. Isbell; James W. Maher Eighteen mongrel dogs underwent mechanical duodenal bulb perforation following induction of gastric acid hypersecretion using daily intramuscular injections of histamine in incomplete Freund’s adjuvant. At the time of surgery, the dogs were divided into three groups...
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Dig Surg (1993) 10 (2): 69–71.
Published Online: 05 November 2008
...Andy Petroianu; Marcelo de Sousa Marques Periodicity of complications related to peptic ulcers has been proposed since the beginning of this century. However, this problem is still controverse in the literature. The present paper studied 735 consecutive patients treated for perforations...
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Dig Surg (1995) 12 (2): 111–116.
Published Online: 05 November 2008
...W.-U. Schmidt; R. Hesterberg; F.P. Müller From January 1980 until December 1990, 1,779 colorectal polyps were resected with a snare endoscopically in a total of 944 patients. Complications occurred in 20 patients (1.12%), in 5 cases thereof with perforation (0.28%) and in 15 cases (0.84...
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Dig Surg (2006) 23 (4): 217–223.
Published Online: 30 October 2006
...Hyuk-Joon Lee; Do Joong Park; Han-Kwang Yang; Kuhn Uk Lee; Kuk-Jin Choe Background/Aims: This study was conducted to evaluate the clinicopathologic characteristics and surgical outcome of perforated or bleeding gastric cancer patients. Methods: Twenty-six gastric cancer patients undergoing...
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Dig Surg (2005) 22 (3): 198–202.
Published Online: 22 September 2005
...George Miller; Claudia Mueller; Duke Yim; Michael Macari; Howard Liang; Stuart Marcus; Peter Shamamian Background: Duodenal diverticuli are present in up to 22% of the population. However, perforation of a duodenal diverticulum with spillage of enteric contents into the retroperitoneum is rare...
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Dig Surg (2001) 18 (6): 444–448.
Published Online: 09 January 2002
... of perforated peptic ulcer (gastroduodenal peptic ulcer, GDPU). The aim of this study is to analyze the incidence of ulcer perforation over the last 12 years in our health area and the influence of new medical treatments. Material and Methods: Our series includes 246 patients operated on for perforated peptic...
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Dig Surg (2001) 18 (1): 61–66.
Published Online: 08 March 2001
... of acute appendicitis was based on histology in all cases. The annual incidence of acute appendicitis was calculated with regard to nonperforated and perforated acute appendicitis. Main Results: Between 1989 and 1998, 2,861 patients underwent surgery for suspected acute appendicitis. In 2,232 (78...
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Dig Surg (2000) 17 (6): 643–645.
Published Online: 16 January 2001
... Hemorrhage Perforation The most significant radiological finding is a saccular outpouching presenting as an air- or contrast-filled structure [ 15 ]. JD can usually be seen on CT when there is an abscess or inflammation present, it may be seen in an upper GI barium swallow with a small bowel follow...
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Dig Surg (2000) 17 (4): 413–414.
Published Online: 20 October 2000
...Karl Renner; Brigitte Holzer; Gerhard Hochwarter; Erhard Weihsbeck; Rudolf Schiessel Background/Aims: Needles are among the most frequently swallowed foreign bodies. In most cases they are excreted per vias naturales, but in some cases needles can lead to perforation of the stomach or duodenum...
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Dig Surg (2000) 17 (4): 400–402.
Published Online: 20 October 2000
.... Results: A post-mortem examination demonstrated fragmentation and displacement of the distal part of the Celestin tube resulting in perforation of the small bowel. Conclusion: Celestin tube disintegration is a risk associated with long-term use, and routine replacement is indicated in patients...
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Dig Surg (2000) 17 (2): 132–137.
Published Online: 21 April 2000
...A. Wysocki; Z. Biesiada; P. Beben; A. Budzynski Background/Aims: Reports about perforated gastric ulcer are scarce and thus it is difficult to settle for a uniform model of operative management. The purpose of the study was to review our experience with perforated gastric ulcer and evaluate...