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Id: 15502
Author: McNeill, Kenneth A.
Title: Acute obstruction of the stomach
Source: Jamaica Med Rev;3(1):48-9, 1949.
Language: En.
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
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Id: 6077
Author: Raje, Dilip.
Title: Highly selective vagotomy and digital dilatation for stenosing duodenal ulcer - abstract
Source: West Indian med. j;33(Suppl):33, 1984.
Language: En.
Conference: Present in: 29th Scientific Meeting of Commonwealth Caribbean Medical Research Council, s.l, April 25-28, 1984.
Abstract: Twenty-eight patients (24 males and 4 females) with pyloroduodenal obstruction due to chronic duodenal ulcer had highly selective vagotomy (HSV) alone (6/28) or HSV and digital dilatation (DD) of stenosis (22/28), 1 to 4 years previously. Their ages ranged from 19 to 61 years, with a mean of 42 years. There was no post-operative death. One patient had perforation of the duodenum during dilatation. The only patient with Hb SS disease, a male aged 49, died from haemorrhage and perforation of recurrent ulcer 1 year after surgery. Two other males had easily controllable recurrent duodenal ulcers, but no stenosis. Another male died of unrelated cause after two symptom-free years. Six males were re-operated on for symptoms of gastric stasis. Only 3 of these were found to have complete fibrous stenosis for which gastro-enterostomy was done. The other three had adequate pyloroduodenal lumen. Patients with inflammatory stenosis do well after HSV and DD, but this combined procedure should be avoided in fibrous tissue stenosis (AU)
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Id: 3950
Author: Harry, G. V.
Title: Gastro-enterostomy from the economic viewpoint; a plea for its more extensive use, with a review of 104 cases
Source: Carib Med J;9(1-2):21-31, 1947.
Language: En.
Abstract: Attention is drawn to the high incidence of peptic ulceration as a result of faulty habits in the country parts of Jamaica. The reasons for the recommendation of the posterior No-Loop isoperistaltic operation are propounded. A discussion of the pathology, and the aims of operative treatment, are given. The opinion is expressed that the ankylostoma may be an aetiologic factor in peptic ulceration. 104 cases are presented. The pre- and post-operative treatment are outlined, and emphasis laid on the important points of operative technique, which seems to be the cause of widely diverging reports on the incidence of anastomotic ulcers(AU)
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