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Σύνολο αποτελεσμάτων: 330, εμφανίζονται 61 - 70
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61 Colonoscopy outcome, safety and efficacy of colon cleansing in chronic renal failure
Margarita Economou, Marina Rizou, Ioanna Theodorou,, K.H. Katsanos, D.K. Christodoulou, E.V. Tsianos...
SUMMARY Objectives: We investigated the effectiveness and safety of three different methods of colon cleansing and we also recorded the outcome and findings of lower gastrointestinal tract endoscopy i...
2007-03-19
62 Color Doppler Sonography of the gastroduodenal and superior pancreaticoduodenal artery as an early method for the differential diagnosis of the dilation of the head of the pancreas
V. Panaritis A.V. Kyriakidis M. Pyrgioti I. Alexandris S. Chrysostomou,
OBJECTIVE: The visaulization of the pancreas is difficult and findings are usually missed at the early stages of the disease. Dilatation of the head of the pancreas is difficult to be differentially d...
2008
63 Comparative evaluation of structural and functional changes in pancreas after endoscopic and surgical management of pancreatic necrosis
Rana, Surinder Singh Bhasin, Deepak Kumar Rao, Chalapathi Sharma, Ravi Gupta, Rajesh,
Background Patients with acute necrotizing pancreatitis may develop pancreatic insufficiency and this is commonly seen in patients who have undergone surgery for pancreatic necrosis. Owing to the pauc...
64 Comparison of strategies and goals for treatment of chronic constipation among gastroenterologists and general practitioners
Carter, Dan Bardan, Eytan Dickman, Ram,
Background Although guidelines have been published for the treatment of chronic constipation, little is known about the actual treatment strategies, the definitions of drug efficacy, the parameters fo...
65 Comparison of the“step down” and the“step up” approach in the treatment of patients with symptomatic gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD): Results of a randomized open-label pilot study with omeprazole in Northwest Greece
Alexandra Christodoulopoulou, A. Karokis,N. Tzambouras, Aggeliki Karagiorgou,, K.H. Katsanos, Chryso...
SUMMARY INTRODUCTION: Gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a potentially serious condition that affects 20- 40% of the adult population at least once a month. Effective management of the disease...
2007-03-19
66 Computer tomographic colonography (virtual colonoscopy). A new method for the early detection of colorectal cancer
Xinopoulos, D. Stasinopoulou, M. Tsamakidis, K. Dimitroulopoulos, D. Andriotis, M. Archavlis, E. Kon...
Background: Colorectal cancer (CRC) and its precursors lesions (polyps) consist a world-wide health problem. Many screening tests are available, but none has gained universal approval. Recently, a new...
2007-03-18
67 Cross-sectional analysis of patient phone calls to an inflammatory bowel disease clinic
Corral, Juan E.; Jackson Memorial Hospital and University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Yarur, ...
Background Patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) require close follow up and frequently utilize healthcare services. We aimed to identify the main reasons that prompted patient calls to gastr...
68 Cytogenetic studies and H.L.A. pattern in Greek patients with A,B-Lipoproteinemia
Sambani, Constantina Choremi, Helen Kottaras, G. Cheracakis, P. Christodoulou, Martha Hereti, Irini ...
A,â-lipoproteinemia is an extremely rare genetic disorder of lipoprotein metabolism, associated with various biochemical abnormalities combined with clinical malabsorption. The aim of this study was t...
2007-03-18
69 D2-Lymphadenectomy in gastric cancer:Αnalysis of risk factors for morbility and mortality in a single institution experience and short literature review
T. Cioppa S. D’Amico M. Vaira G. Fiorentini N. Decarli M. De Simone,
AIM: Lymph node metastasis is the most important prognostic factor in gastric cancer and for this reason gastrectomy with lymphoadenectomy is the only curative treatment option for this disease. The i...
2010-07-09
70 Diabetes Not an Independent Predictor of Gastroparesis in Symptomatic Patients Referred for Gastric Emptying Studies
J. Joseph,
Background: It is commonly presumed that diabetics are more prone to gastroparesis when compared to non-diabetics. Objective: To ascertain whether diabetes is an independent predictor of gastroparesis...
2010-04-13