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Peptic Ulcer Disease and Duodenal Perforation in a Puerperium Female: A Case Report and Literature Review

Sharique Nazir, MD, Marcia Chung, MD, Veshal Malhotra, Armand Asarian, MD, , FACS, Peter Pappas, MD, FACS, Fausto Vinces, DO, FACOS Lutheran Medical Center ,Brooklyn,New York .The Brooklyn Hospital Center ,Brooklyn,New York Introduction: Peptic ulcer disease (PUD) during pregnancy is very uncommon ranging from 1-6 in every 23,000 pregnancies. This rarity stems from the protective… Continue Reading »

The impact of perioperative factors on morbidity and mortality after laparoscopic surgery.

Takanori Morikawa, MD, Takeshi Naitoh, MD, FACS, Masayuki Kakyo, MD, Naoki Tanaka, MD, Shinobu Ohnuma, MD, Hiroyuki Sasaki, MD, Katsuyoshi Kudo, MD, Takaho Okada, MD, Hiroki Hayashi, MD, Hiroshi Yoshida, MD, Fuyuhiko Motoi, MD, Koh Miura, MD, Yu Katayose, MD, Chikashi Shibata, MD, Shinichi Egawa, MD, FACS, Michiaki Unno, MD Department of Surgery, Tohoku University… Continue Reading »

Application of the TAMIS Platform for Complete Pelvic Resection

George J Nassif, DO, Harsh Polavaropu, MD, Andres Monroy, MD, Teresa H deBeche-Adams, MD, Sergio W Larach, MD, Matthew R Albert, MD, Sam Atallah, MD Florida Hospital Center for Colon and Rectal Surgery Introduction: The characteristics for the ideal pelvic surgery include, minimal morbidity and mortality, minimal trauma to the patient, good optical visualization, minimal… Continue Reading »

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