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(Obstruction of large intestine)
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  • [Heterotopic tissue in the gastrointestinal tract]. [Review]
  • PPathologe 2018 Aug 13
  • Offner FA, Langner C
  • Heterotopia of the gastrointestinal tract is a common finding. This is due to the complex embryogenesis and the relative ease to detect heterotopic tissue during endoscopy. The reason for biopsy is m...
  • Surgical management of anorectal foreign bodies. [Journal Article]
  • NJNiger J Clin Pract 2018; 21(6):721-725
  • Cinar H, Berkesoglu M, … Erzurumlu K
  • CONCLUSIONS: A careful assessment is a key point for the correct diagnosis and treatment of AFBs. Clinical conditions of patients and type of AFBs are important in the choice of treatment strategy. If the AFBs are large, proximally migrated or the patients with an AFB have acute abdomen due to perforation, pelvic abscess, obstruction, or bleeding, surgery is needed as soon as possible. There are different types of surgical approaches such as less invasive transanal extraction under anesthesia and more invasive abdominal routes such as laparotomy or laparoscopy. The stoma can be done if there is colonic perforation. In the management of AFBs, the priority must be less invasive methods as possible.
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