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  • Ulcerated submucosal gastric tumor. Could it be a benign condition? [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esp Enferm Dig 2016; 108(11):733-735
  • Rodríguez de Santiago E, Zaera de la Fuente C, … Albillos Martínez A
  • In this article we present the case and images of an infrequent submucosal gastric tumor: an inflammatory fibroid polyp or Vanek´s tumor. When the tumor size exceeds the centimeter, it may be difficu...
  • Rectal neuroendocrine neoplasia: a rare tumour. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esp Enferm Dig 2016 Nov 8; 108
  • de Benito Sanz M, Santos Fernández J, Núñez Rodríguez MH
  • Colorectal neuroendocrine tumours are rare A 78 year old man with a history of hypertension, heart disease, pacemakers, prostate adenocarcinoma.On examination for rectal bleeding, a colonoscopy was p...
  • Mercaptopurine and inflammatory bowel disease: the other thiopurine. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esp Enferm Dig 2016 Nov 4; 109
  • Bermejo San José F, Algaba A, … López Sanromán A
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our setting, mercaptopurine is primarily used as a rescue therapy in patients with azathioprine adverse effects. This could explain its modest efficacy and the high rate of adverse effects. However, this drug is still an alternative in this group of patients, before a therapeutic step-up to biologics is considered.
  • Spasmolytic effect of Jasonia glutinosa on rodent intestine. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esp Enferm Dig 2016 Nov 2; 108
  • Castro M, Ramón Giménez M, … Valero Gracia MS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Rock tea extract relaxed duodenal smooth muscle via L-type calcium channels and normalized gastrointestinal transit in a model of colitis. These results may validate the traditional use of Jasonia glutinosa in patients with gastrointestinal alterations. Thus, rock tea may be used as a spasmolytic agent to treat gastrointestinal disorders.
  • Prospective study of anxiety in patients undergoing an outpatient colonoscopy. [Journal Article]
  • RERev Esp Enferm Dig 2016 Oct 27; 108
  • Grilo Bensusan I, Herrera Martín P, Aguado Álvarez MV
  • CONCLUSIONS: Colonoscopy causes some degree of anxiety in most patients. Being female, younger and having experienced poor tolerance to a previous scan are associated with greater degrees of anxiety. These findings should be taken into account in the implementation of measures to improve the quality and tolerance of colonoscopy.
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