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1975 84
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1978 122
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1980 92
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1982 129
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1984 126
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1987 135
1988 110
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1998 92
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2000 98
2001 112
2002 106
2003 105
2004 125
2005 150
2006 138
2007 169
2008 172
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Ultrasonographic diagnosis of clinically non-palpable primary colonic neoplasms.
Price J and Metreweli C. Br J Radiol 1988. PMID 3280073
Features consistent with a primary colonic neoplasm were reported in 35 patients. In 14 patients, ultrasound indicated the possibility of a colonic neoplasm in the absence of a clinically palpable mass. ...We conclude that ultrasound is a useful primary diagnostic technique for colonic neoplasms, with a predictive value of 79% in detecting clinically non-palpable lesions. ...
Features consistent with a primary colonic neoplasm were reported in 35 patients. In 14 patients, ultrasound indicated the pos …
Symptomatic colonic lipoma: differential diagnosis of large bowel tumors.
Bardají M, et al. Int J Colorectal Dis 1998 - Review. PMID 9548092
Symptomatic colonic lipomas, although unusual, continue to present difficulties in the preoperative differential diagnosis between malignant and benign colonic neoplasm. Although new imaging techniques are available, they are frequently diagnosed at laparotomy, and definitive histology is required. ...
Symptomatic colonic lipomas, although unusual, continue to present difficulties in the preoperative differential diagnosis between ma …
Endoscopic diagnosis of colonic endometriosis.
Bozdech JM. Gastrointest Endosc 1992. PMID 1397912
The three patients without hematochezia had no mucosal endometriosis in the resected colonic specimen or endometrial tissue on biopsy. In patients with colonic endometriosis and hematochezia, endoscopy and biopsy can confirm the diagnosis of colonic endometriosis....
The three patients without hematochezia had no mucosal endometriosis in the resected colonic specimen or endometrial tissue on biopsy …
Autofluorescence excitation-emission matrices for diagnosis of colonic cancer.
Li BH and Xie SS. World J Gastroenterol 2005. PMID 15991296 Free PMC article.
Then emission spectra of normal and adenomatous colonic tissues at certain excitation wavelengths were compared to determine the optimal excitation wavelengths for diagnosis of colonic cancer. ...Autofluorescence EEMs are able to identify colonic tissues....
Then emission spectra of normal and adenomatous colonic tissues at certain excitation wavelengths were compared to determine the opti …
Abdominal ultrasonography in the diagnosis of colonic cancer.
Richardson NG, et al. Br J Surg 1998. PMID 9607541
BACKGROUND: Colonic cancer is normally diagnosed by barium enema or colonoscopy. Neither investigation is ideal, especially in the elderly patient. ...METHODS: Fifty-four patients with known or suspected colonic carcinoma were referred for abdominal ultrasonography. A single radiologist performed scans on these patients and the site of any colonic mass or wall thickening considered to be consistent with a colonic carcinoma was reported. ...
BACKGROUND: Colonic cancer is normally diagnosed by barium enema or colonoscopy. Neither investigation is ideal, especially in …
The role of the barium enema in the detection of colonic neoplasms.
Dodd GD. Cancer 1992 - Review. PMID 1511375
The exclusion of significant pathologic findings by the double-contrast enema can be accepted, but the detection of abnormalities should be followed, when necessary, by colonoscopic verification and/or biopsy. ...Radiologically demonstrated colon carcinomas seldom require biopsy verification, and 90% of all polyps are smaller than 5 mm in diameter with a negligible incidence of malignant transformation. ...
The exclusion of significant pathologic findings by the double-contrast enema can be accepted, but the detection of abnormalities should be …
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