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EVALUACION DEL CANCER GASTRICO POR TOMOGRAFIA COMPUTADA
Csendes G,Paula; Sanhueza S,Alvaro;
Revista chilena de radiología , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-93082006000200004
Abstract: due to the development of multidetector computed tomography, digestive tract pathology can now be better studied, being specially accurate, in diagnostic and staging of malignancy. we discussed imaging characteristics of the most common gastric malignancy, adenocarcinoma, emphasizing studying techniques and findings
EVALUACION DEL CANCER GASTRICO POR TOMOGRAFIA COMPUTADA
Paula Csendes G,Alvaro Sanhueza S
Revista Chilena de Radiología , 2006,
Abstract: El desarrollo de la tomografía computada multidetector ha permitido estudiar de mejor manera la patología del tubo digestivo, siendo de especial utilidad en el diagnóstico y la etapificación de las neoplasias malignas. Se discuten las características epidemiológicas y en exámenes de imagen del adenocarcinoma gástrico, la principal neoplasia gástrica maligna, de alta incidencia en Chile, con énfasis en la técnica del estudio y los hallazgos tomográficos pre y postoperatorios Due to the development of multidetector computed tomography, digestive tract pathology can now be better studied, being specially accurate, in diagnostic and staging of malignancy. We discussed imaging characteristics of the most common gastric malignancy, adenocarcinoma, emphasizing studying techniques and findings
Quiste hidatídico pancreático: Reporte de un caso
CSENDES J,ATTILA; BURDILES P,PATRICIO; CSENDES G,PAULA; ALBáN G,MARCO; ZAMORANO S,RICARDO;
Revista chilena de cirugía , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-40262008000200014
Abstract: we report a 56 years old male consulting for a progressive epigastric pain lasting eight months. an abdominal ultrasound and a magnetic resonance showed a cystic lesion in the head of the pancreas and bile duct dilatation. he was operated, performing a pancreatoduodenectomy with a roux en y gastrojejunoanastomosis. the patient has a postoperative pneumonia but the rest of the evolution was uneventful and was discharged at the tenth postoperative day. the pathological diagnosis of the surgical piece was a pancreatic hydatid cyst
Quiste hidatídico pancreático: Reporte de un caso Pancreatic hydatid cyst: Report of one case
ATTILA CSENDES J,PATRICIO BURDILES P,PAULA CSENDES G,MARCO ALBáN G
Revista Chilena de Cirugía , 2008,
Abstract: Se presenta el caso de un paciente con dolor epigástrico de intensidad progresiva, cuyos estudios de imágenes revelaron la presencia de una lesión quística de la cabeza de páncreas. Se realizó una pancreato-duodenectomía. El estudio anatomopatológico reveló un quiste hidatídico de la cabeza de páncreas, siendo el primer caso publicado en nuestra literatura nacional We report a 56 years old male consulting for a progressive epigastric pain lasting eight months. An abdominal ultrasound and a magnetic resonance showed a cystic lesion in the head of the pancreas and bile duct dilatation. He was operated, performing a pancreatoduodenectomy with a Roux en Y gastrojejunoanastomosis. The patient has a postoperative pneumonia but the rest of the evolution was uneventful and was discharged at the tenth postoperative day. The pathological diagnosis of the surgical piece was a pancreatic hydatid cyst
Resultados de la colecistectomía a 10 a?os plazo
Csendes J,Attila; Csendes G,Paula; Rojas C,Jorge; Sánchez R,Marcos;
Revista médica de Chile , 2000, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872000001200001
Abstract: background: the "post cholecystectomy" syndrome comprises a series of vague symptoms referred by patients subjected to this surgical procedure. these symptoms are unspecific and their association with the operation is dubious. aim: to assess the frequency of digestive symptoms among patients subjected to a cholecystectomy ten years ago. patients and methods: one hundred patients subjected to a cholecystectomy between 1987 and 1990, were contacted by mail. they were invited to a clinical interview and to an abdominal ultrasound examination. results: two invited patients had died of an acute myocardial infarction. therefore, 98 patients (78 women), aged 30 to 85 years old, were assessed. seventy two percent had diverse dyspeptic symptoms, 90% had no food intolerance and 94% had gained weight after the operation. ninety six percent was satisfied with the surgical results, 3% had severe symptoms due to gastroesophageal reflux or depression. one patient had a residual choledocholithiasis and refused any treatment. conclusions: cholecystectomy is well tolerated and has good long term results (rev méd chile 2000; 128: 1309-12)
Estudio prospectivo del diámetro de la vía biliar principal antes y 12 a?os después de colecistectomía
Csendes G,Paula; Csendes J,Attila; Burgos L,Ana María; Burdiles P,Patricio;
Revista médica de Chile , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872007000600007
Abstract: background: surgeons and radiologists commonly believe that common bile duct dilates after cholecystectomy. aim: to measure common bile tract diameter before and 12 years after a cholecystectomy for cholelithiasis. material and methods: prospective study of 85 patients (aged 20 to 71 years, 68 fenmales) subjected to a cholecystectomy and followed for 12 years. ah were asymptomatic and had abdominal ultrasound to measure common bile duct diameter, seven days before and 12 years after the surgical procedure. results: common bile duct diameter before and 12 years after surgery was 4.6+0.9 and 5.0+1.8 cm respectively (p=ns) among 69 patients aged ?ess than 60 years. the figures for 16 patients aged more than 60 years were 5+0.8 and 6.7+1.9 (p <0.03). conclusions: among patients below 60 years of age there is no significant change in bile duct diameter 12 years after surgery. in subjects over 60 years of age there is a significant increase in this diameter
Resultados de la colecistectomía a 10 a os plazo Clinical status of patients subjected to cholecystectomy ten years ago
Attila Csendes J,Paula Csendes G,Jorge Rojas C,Marcos Sánchez R
Revista médica de Chile , 2000,
Abstract: Background: The "post cholecystectomy" syndrome comprises a series of vague symptoms referred by patients subjected to this surgical procedure. These symptoms are unspecific and their association with the operation is dubious. Aim: To assess the frequency of digestive symptoms among patients subjected to a cholecystectomy ten years ago. Patients and methods: One hundred patients subjected to a cholecystectomy between 1987 and 1990, were contacted by mail. They were invited to a clinical interview and to an abdominal ultrasound examination. Results: Two invited patients had died of an acute myocardial infarction. Therefore, 98 patients (78 women), aged 30 to 85 years old, were assessed. Seventy two percent had diverse dyspeptic symptoms, 90% had no food intolerance and 94% had gained weight after the operation. Ninety six percent was satisfied with the surgical results, 3% had severe symptoms due to gastroesophageal reflux or depression. One patient had a residual choledocholithiasis and refused any treatment. Conclusions: Cholecystectomy is well tolerated and has good long term results (Rev Méd Chile 2000; 128: 1309-12)
Estudio prospectivo del diámetro de la vía biliar principal antes y 12 a os después de colecistectomía Bile duct diameter before and 12 years after cholecystectomy
Paula Csendes G,Attila Csendes J,Ana María Burgos L,Patricio Burdiles P
Revista médica de Chile , 2007,
Abstract: Background: Surgeons and radiologists commonly believe that common bile duct dilates after cholecystectomy. Aim: To measure common bile tract diameter before and 12 years after a cholecystectomy for cholelithiasis. Material and methods: Prospective study of 85 patients (aged 20 to 71 years, 68 fenmales) subjected to a cholecystectomy and followed for 12 years. AH were asymptomatic and had abdominal ultrasound to measure common bile duct diameter, seven days before and 12 years after the surgical procedure. Results: Common bile duct diameter before and 12 years after surgery was 4.6+0.9 and 5.0+1.8 cm respectively (p=NS) among 69 patients aged ess than 60 years. The figures for 16 patients aged more than 60 years were 5+0.8 and 6.7+1.9 (p <0.03). Conclusions: Among patients below 60 years of age there is no significant change in bile duct diameter 12 years after surgery. In subjects over 60 years of age there is a significant increase in this diameter
Resultados de la unidad de oncología del Departamento de Cirugía de un hospital universitario (2004-2010) Results of the oncology Unit, Department of Surgery of a university hospital
SOLANGE CORTéS L,ATTILA CSENDES J,JULIO YARMUCH G
Revista Chilena de Cirugía , 2011,
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HIGADO GRASO: ULTRASONIDO Y CORRELACION ANATOMOPATOLOGICA
Csendes G,Paula; Paolinelli G,Paola; Busel M,David; Venturelli A,Verónica; Rodríguez,Jorge;
Revista chilena de radiología , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-93082004000200003
Abstract: abstract: fatty liver is a pathology characterized for accumulation of triglycerides within the hepatocytes. today is diagnosed frequently by ultrasound and is important to know the ultrasonographic findings for the diagnosis. our purpose was to correlate ultrasound and pathologic findings in the diagnosis of steatosis and propose grades of severity. this study demonstrated moderate concor-dance between ultrasound and biopsy findings
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