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  • Risk Factors for Late-Onset Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage After Pancreatoduodenectomy for Pancreatic Cancer. [Journal Article]
  • WJWorld J Surg 2018 Sep 17
  • Nagai M, Sho M, … Ikeda N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our data suggested for the first time that both oncologic and non-oncologic factors might contribute to late-onset gastrointestinal hemorrhage after PD for pancreatic cancer. Furthermore, PV occlusion, no PV-SPV patency, and SPV ligation were found to be significant risk factors for late-onset gastrointestinal hemorrhage. Therefore, to prevent late-onset gastrointestinal hemorrhage, we must consider various approaches to maintain the patency of the PV and SPV.
  • Brain metastasis of choriocarcinoma presenting as multiple intracranial hematomas: A case report. [Journal Article]
  • MMedicine (Baltimore) 2018; 97(37):e12275
  • Wang D, Shu H, … Wang H
  • CONCLUSIONS: more than 20 cases of oncotic aneurysm from choriocarcinoma have been reported in the English literature, but few had multiple hematomas. Therefore, this case is unique. Brain metastasis of choriocarcinoma should be considered when patients experience unexplained cerebral hemorrhage, especially repeated intracranial hemorrhage in women of childbearing age. Early and intensive treatment can help achieve a better prognosis and avoid a fatal outcome. Multiple intracranial hematomas are related to neoplastic intracranial microaneurysms.
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