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Highly selective vagotomy or truncal vagotomy and pyloroplasty for chronic duodenal ulceration: a randomized, prospective clinical study
Reduction of bad breath from the periodontal patients by dilute hydrogen peroxide solution (author's transl)
Treatment of severe side effects after vagotomy and gastroenterostomy by closure of gastroenterostomy without pyloroplasty
Surgical management of patients with primary operable colorectal cancer and synchronous liver metastases
Cancer in Crohn's disease after diversionary surgery. A report of seven carcinomas occurring in excluded bowel
Pulmonary resection for metastatic neoplasms in the lung. Experience at the Massachusetts General Hospital
Peroperative grading of pyloric stenosis: a long term clinical and radiological follow-up of patients with severe pyloric stenosis treated by highly selective vagotomy and dilatation of the stricture
Drug therapy in intermittent claudication: an objective assessment of the effects of three drugs on patients with intermittent claudication
Clinical study of recurrence rate and survival time of patients with carcinoma of the breast treated by biopsy excision without any other therapy
Arteriovenous fistula secondary to rupture of atherosclerotic abdominal aortic aneurysm. Report of five cases
Use of CEA as an indicator of early recurrence and as a guide to a selected second-look procedure in patients with colorectal cancer
The prognostic and therapeutic implications of the positive radionuclide bone scan in clinically early breast cancer
Anterior highly selective vagotomy with posterior truncal vagotomy: a simple technique for denervating the parietal cell mass
The use of serial CEA determinations to predict recurrence of colon cancer and when to do a second-look operation
Gastric emptying after treatment of stenosis secondary to duodenal ulceration by proximal gastric vagotomy and duodenoplasty or pyloric dilatation
The sequestration and margination of platelets and leucocytes in veins during conditions of hypokinetic and anaemic hypoxia: potential significance in clinical postoperative venous thrombosis
Central and peripheral neurotoxic esterase activity and dose-response relationship in adult hens after acute and chronic oral administration of diisopropyl fluorophosphate
Enterohepatic circulation of 2,4-dinitrobenzaldehyde, a mutagenic metabolite of 2,4-dinitrotoluene, in male Wistar rat
Psychosomatic aspects of coronary artery bypass graft surgery. A prospective study of 101 male patients
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