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  • Uncommon complication of feeding jejunostomy: A case report. [Case Reports]
    JGH Open 2019; 3(5):444-445Basil T, Sundaramurthi S, … Dharanipragada K
  • Feeding jejunostomy is a common surgical procedure performed for patients who cannot take oral feeds. Although a minor procedure, it is not without complications. However, distal migration of the tube into the bowel is extremely rare. A 50-year-old woman with corrosive stricture of the esophagus because of feeding jejunostomy feeds presented with internal dislodgement of the feeding tube. Abdomin…
  • Giant pedunculated oesophageal liposarcomas: A review of literature and resection techniques. [Journal Article]
    Int J Surg Case Rep 2019; 64:113-119Ng YA, Lee J, … Wong SA
  • CONCLUSIONS: To date, 62 cases of oesophageal liposarcoma have been reported in the literature. They usually occur in males (74.2%), with a median age of 66 years (range 38-84 years). Such tumours present most commonly with dysphagia (69.4%); usually arise from the cervical oesophagus (79%), and are well-differentiated. Treatment options include surgery and recently, endoscopic resection techniques such as submucosal dissection (ESD).Giant oesophageal liposarcomas are very rare tumours. Such tumours are usually polypoid, arising from a pedicle. As such, resection techniques have shifted away from oesophagectomy to less invasive means such as endoscopic resection or oesophagostomy. Decision on type of resection technique depends on tumour characteristics and location; with the guiding principle being resection with clear margins in order to prevent local recurrence.
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