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(Perianal fistula)
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  • Comparison of Cleaning up Eyelids after Taking off False Eyelashes between Eye Makeup Remover Alone and Eye Makeup Remover with Ocusoft®. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Assoc Thai 2016; 99 Suppl 4:S59-64
  • Imvised T, Vejchapipat P, … Kiatipunsodsai S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Most of HD were diagnosed and treated in the newborn period. TERPT is safe and also feasible in all pediatric age groups. The associated DS are related to have more morbidity. HAEC is the most common complication. Even though there are limitations in the diagnostic investigation those did not achieve the standard diagnosis of HD in this study; but the outcomes are not different from the reviews. The improvement in laboratories and pathological investigation services will reflect the surgical service and outcome of pediatric HD in this region. The awareness of post-operative complications will lead to the prevention and early management in the postoperative period.
  • Innovation in the imaging perianal fistula: a step towards personalised medicine. [Journal Article]
  • TATherap Adv Gastroenterol 2018; 11:1756284818775060
  • Sahnan K, Adegbola SO, … Lung PFC
  • CONCLUSIONS: MRI is the reference standard for assessment of perianal fistula, defining anatomy and guiding surgery. However, communication of findings between radiologist and surgeon remains challenging. Feasibility of 3D reconstructions of complex perianal fistula is realized, with the potential to improve surgical planning, communication with patients, and augment training.
  • Management of retrorectal supralevator abscess-results of a large cohort. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Colorectal Dis 2018 May 29
  • Téoule P, Seyfried S, … Herold A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Transrectal internal abscess drainage is a safe and highly successful procedure for treatment of retrorectal abscess, with very low risk of postoperative fecal incontinence. Inflammatory bowel disease and immunosuppressives have a negative impact on the healing process.
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