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Role of Prophylactic Antibiotics in Uncontaminated Neck Dissections
The use of perioperative prophylactic antibiotics in uncontaminated head and neck surgery remains controversial. We performed a retrospective analysis of 192 patients undergoing uncontaminated neck dissections from 1976 ...
Enterogastric reflux after various types of antiulcer gastric surgery: Quantitation by 99mTc-HIDA scintigraphy
In 28 controls and 142 patients subjected to a variety of antiulcer procedures, the enterogastric reflux (EGR) was quantitated by 99mTc-HIDA scintigraphy and expressed as the EGR index on 229 different occasions. The EGR ...