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  • Bilateral spontaneous chylothorax after severe vomiting in children. [Case Reports]
    Rev Paul Pediatr 2016; 34(4):518-521Rodrigues AL, Romaneli MT, … Tresoldi AT
  • CONCLUSIONS: Except for the neonatal period, chylothorax is an infrequent finding of pleural effusion in children. There are various causes, including trauma, malignancy, infection, and inflammatory diseases; however, the etiology described in this study is poorly reported in the literature.
  • [Disconnected panreatic duct syndrome]. [Review]
    Cir Esp 2014; 92(1):4-10Ramia JM, Fabregat J, … Figueras J
  • Disconnected pancreatic duct syndrome (DPDS) is characterized by disruption of the main pancreatic duct with a loss of continuity between the pancreatic duct and the gastrointestinal tract caused by ductal necrosis after severe acute necrotizing pancreatitis treated medically, by percutaneous drainage, or necrosectomy. There are no clear epidemiological data on the real incidence of DPDS; approxi…
  • Arterial duct morphology with reference to angioplasty and stenting. [Journal Article]
    Int J Cardiol 1993; 40(1):27-33Abrams SE, Walsh KP
  • We studied the angiographic morphology of the arterial duct in neonates with congenital heart diseases. We defined the variations in ducto-aortic angle, number of tortuosities and site of insertion into the aorta of the duct in five diagnostic groups: (i) patent arterial duct (unobstructed) (n = 27), (ii) coarctation of the aorta (n = 24), (iii) pulmonary stenosis (n = 23), (iv) pulmonary atresia…
  • Experience with pancreatic transplantation in Stockholm. [Journal Article]
    Acta Med Scand Suppl 1980; 639:49-54Groth C, Lundgren G, … Ostman J
  • Eight attempts at segmental pancreatic transplantation were made in 6 diabetic patients. While the indications for transplantation differed all the patients were severely incapacitated by the disease. None was uremic. The body and tail of the pancreas from cadaveric donors was used, the grafts were revascularized to the recipient's iliac vessles. Six of the grafts provided control of blood glucos…
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