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  • Gastric bronchitis: a rare cause of recurrent haemoptysis. [Case Reports]
    BMJ Case Rep 2013; 2013Ranganath TG, Sharma P, … Srivastava R
  • An 8-year-old boy presented with recurrent chest pain and haemoptysis since 3 years of age. He had taken multiple courses of antitubercular treatment without any symptomatic relief. His chest x-ray showed opacity consistent with right sided lung collapse. Further detailed work-up including high-resolution CT scan of thorax, pulmonary angiogram and radionucleide study confirmed intrathoracic gastr…
  • [Mediastinal cysts]. [Journal Article]
    Rozhl Chir 2003; 82(1):34-6Belák J, Vajó J, … Kudlác M
  • Mediastinal cysts, described also as homoplastic dysembryomas, account for 20% of mediastinal lesions. There are bronchogenic, oesophageal, gastrogenic and enterogenic, pericardial, non-specific cysts and cystic lymphangiomas. The authors present 6 patients with mediastinal cysts from a total number of 96 patients with mediastinal tumours subjected to surgery during a 14-year period (from Jan. 1 …
  • [Treatment of patients with gastrogenic tetany]. [Journal Article]
    Khirurgiia (Mosk) 1989; (10):37-40Magomedov AG
  • The article analyses the results of combined treatment of 22 patients with duodenal ulcer complicated by cicatricial-ulcerative obstruction of the pylorus, gastrogenic tetany. Within 9-11 days of intensive therapy, the disorders of homeostasis were stopped and operation was performed for restoring the passage of food. Combined treatment reduced the mortality from 30 to 13% among this category of …
  • Role of H2-receptors in gastrogenic hyperglycemia and hyperinsulinemia in dogs. [Journal Article]
    Regul Pept 1982; 3(3-4):245-50Schusdziarra V, Rouiller D, … Unger RH
  • Recent studies have demonstrated that an acidified liver meal stimulates insulin release and raises plasma glucose levels. To examine the mechanism of these changes, a liver extract test meal at either pH 7 or at pH 2 was instilled into the stomach of dogs with a bisected pylorus and a gastric fistula during the infusion of either cimetidine, a specific H2-receptor antagonist, or a saline control…
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