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A review article on gastric volvulus: a challenge to diagnosis and management.
Acute gastric volvulus is a life-threatening condition, but its intermittent nature and vague symptoms may make diagnosis difficult. Imaging is usually only diagnostic if carried out when patients are symptomatic. The ...
Role of routine oesophago-gastroduodenoscopy before cholecystectomy.
INTRODUCTION: A proportion of patients do not get symptomatic relief after cholecystectomy because there is an overlap in the symptomology of biliary and gasroduodenal pathologies. In our unit all the patients are offered ...
Troublesome belching with fetor odour.