Endoscopic Examination: a Present and Future Challenge
Abstract Cancer is now a major public health problem by the size of the human, medical, economical and social implications as well as in industrialized and also in developing countries. Gastric cancer is a neoplasia with a starting point in gastric mucosa, representing one of the most common malignant visceral locations, being on the second most common after lung neoplasm. The aim is to highlight the incidence of gastric cancer in Emergency Municipal Hospital in Gastric cancer pathophysiology in relation with certain factors age, sex, area of origin, personal habits, personal and family pathological history for a period of eleven years.
Source: Acta Medica Transilvanica. Abstract: We conducted a retrospective study on patients from a single surgeon's experience with the aim to analyze the different types of gastric resection performed for both benign and malignant diseases of the upper gastrointestinal tract and to compare the different reconstructive techniques using the Roux-en-Y loop and their postoperative complications and mortality. The restoration of the duodenal passage had no negative influence on the postoperative results, while the multivisceral resections, the splenectomy and the palliative resections for gastric carcinoma increased the mean hospital stay and were associated with a higher incidence of complications and mortality.
Material and methods: The study has been conducted on a period of eleven gastric cancer pathophysiology and it included 77 patients with gastric cancer. The following parameters were evaluated: age, sex, area of origin, personal habits, personal and family pathological history.
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Results: Distribution by years of study revealed gastric cancer pathophysiology most of the cases were in 19 patients. Conclusion: The profile of patient with gastric cancer was contoured: male, over 60 years, from rural areas, smoker and with a personal history of stomach or duodenal ulcer.
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