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A data mining and survey study on diseases associated with paraesophageal hernia

Jianji Yang, Judith Logan
2006 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
In this study, the 1999 National Inpatient Sample dataset of the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project was analyzed using data mining techniques to explore disorders associated with paraesophageal hernia  ...  This two-step analysis showed that the results of data mining and expert knowledge are consistent in some factors that are highly associated with paraesophageal hernia: older age, other gastrointestinal  ...  In this study, both an exploratory approach (data mining) and an expert survey were used to explore the disorders possibly associated with PEH.  ... 
pmid:17238457 pmcid:PMC1839629 fatcat:pzfgmaqvsrdrbdgstegm5h7mae

24th National Congress of the Italian Society of Young Surgeon (SPIGC)

2012 European Surgical Research  
We report the case of a 82 y.o woman who underwent repair of large paraesophageal hernias, in emergency.  ...  We report the case of a 82 y.o woman who underwent repair of large paraesophageal hernias, in emergency.  ...  In six patients spigelian hernia was located in the left side, in two patients in the right side and in one case was a bilateral hernia associated with an incidental hepatic haemangioma.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000341743 pmid:23207791 fatcat:a2gi6vnnwjazji76y4nh6pf4pq

Abstracts of Current Literature

1944 Radiology  
A study was made of the workers in a sulfur mine employing 500 people.  ...  In a person with a normal esophagus or with cardiospasm or paraesophageal hernia, the esophagus inclines toward the left and anteriorly, so that the gastric mucosa is not seen until the tube has actually  ... 
doi:10.1148/42.4.404 fatcat:tijoleras5cqrmnqczxc4awymu

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1956 Radiology  
and the shortening secondary The cause of paraesophageal hernia is presumably congenital.  ...  presented in the recent Survey of Central Axis Depth Dose Data (Supplement 5, Brit.  ... 
doi:10.1148/67.6.890 fatcat:vh3arlm5frfptinf25oprjnchq

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1954 Radiology  
Most frequently, however, the disease spreads from tracheobronchial and paraesophageal nodes, occasionally with perforation into the esophagus.  ...  Small sliding herniae may cause marked discomfort, while large paraesophageal herniae frequently remain asymptomatic.  ... 
doi:10.1148/63.6.882 fatcat:3mha43ozibf7tjfmgumsj2unuu

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1955 Radiology  
(1) simple hiatus insufficiency, (2) hia- tus insufficiency with axial hernia, and (3) hiatus in- sufficiency with paraesophageal hernia.  ...  Vascular disease is associated with a much higher incidence of complica- tions than neoplastic or convulsive disorders.  ... 
doi:10.1148/65.1.122 fatcat:hxq3gj5vjvfphlrf45j4346pta

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1961 Radiology  
PETER TorBEY, M.D University of Missouri Lipoid Pneumonia Associated with Paraesophageal Hernia: Angiocardiographic Study of a Case. Israel Steinberg. Dis. of Chest 37: 157-162, February 1960.  ...  Lipoid Pneumonia Asso- ciated with Paraesophageal Hernia: Angio- cardiographic Study... NADEAU, PIERRE J., ET AL. Primary Pulmonary Histiocytosis X.... a Goop, C. ALLEN, AND HoLMAN, CoLIn B.  ... 
doi:10.1148/76.1.139 fatcat:37ytj2fai5er5e7r56l7zufedm

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1960 Radiology  
The clinical picture of paraesophageal hernia as opposed to sliding hernia with accompanying esophagitis, is dependent primarily on the space- occupying mass and may be dominated by cardio- respiratory  ...  Hiatal hernias may be of the sliding or paraesophageal type, or mixed.  ... 
doi:10.1148/74.3.495 fatcat:jz7jpiankbct3flgawqbdiri7y

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1959 Radiology  
Studies were done on a “‘normal” control group of 33 children (convalescing from diseases not involving the gastrointestinal tract); 13 children with cystic fibrosis of the pancreas, and 5 with clinical  ...  Only 1 per cent of the cases in this series were paraesophageal; all the others were examples of esophagogastric hernia or “short esophagus.”’  ... 
doi:10.1148/73.4.635 fatcat:qytjuofupndwhkojse7gobt3lq

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1957 Radiology  
Hodges, at a panel discussion on cardiovascular diseases, at the meet- ing of the American Medical Association in June 1955, presented a case with similar cardiac catheterization findings.  ...  Peptic Esophagitis: Peptic esophagitis is the source of most clinical symptoms associated with hiatus hernia.  ... 
doi:10.1148/69.1.125 fatcat:ty6yjtvktjahxbug6hl7lzdjeu

Why Should Young Doctors Choose to Become Surgeons?

Peter Neuhaus
2007 Annals of Surgery  
This prospective study from Nagoya (Japan) and Barcelona (Spain) evaluates the usefulness and long-term results with pancreatic head resection with segmental duodenectomy (PHRSD; Nakao's technique) in  ...  The analysis of a large national prospective database on bariatric surgery demonstrated a 0.25% early mortality rate after bariatric surgery.  ...  associated with each study cohort.  ... 
doi:10.1097/sla.0b013e31815c29ed pmid:18043091 fatcat:pyfs3bimxnahvjdoq45jw2rgqy

A Case of Large Pericardial and Pleural Effusions Associated With Pulmonary Emboli in a User of Crack Cocaine

Hien Nguyen
2009 The Permanente Journal  
A barium esophagram can be ordered to evaluate a patient with suspected GERD; it may demonstrate a GERD episode, detect esophageal mucosal injury, and identify a sliding or paraesophageal hernia.  ...  This is helpful only if the patient has an associated hiatal hernia to determine the size of the hernia and length of the esophagus.  ...  Garfield was now on his own, with just one nurse, a housekeeper/cook, and her husband, who served both as orderly and ambulance driver.  ... 
doi:10.7812/tpp/08-092 fatcat:6mzhwko5tvb5jnp76bmdugtnte

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1957 Radiology  
There are3 subtypes: (a) concentric or short-esophagus type; (6) redundant esophagus type; (c) sliding hiatus hernia with paraesophageal component.  ...  One was associated with eventration of the diaphragm, 1 was idiopathic, 4 were caused by ordinary diaphragmatic hernias, and 1 followed a traumatic rup- ture of the diaphragm.  ... 
doi:10.1148/68.3.431 fatcat:xwfa2kbyvvgvxchcc6mtw2tfwe

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1953 Radiology  
An Interim Report of a Survey of a Mining Community. A. L. Cochrane, J. Glyn Cox, and T. Francis Jarman Brit. M.  ...  A case of paraesophageal hiatus hernia, such as is usually seen only in the adult, was observed in a new- born infant.  ... 
doi:10.1148/61.2.277 fatcat:ksktxvldyzdlhezhoilzgzcv4y

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1958 Radiology  
site during the one-week survey period.  ...  ., Elland and Bethesda, Cincinnati 29, Ohio) This paper is a general survey of the problems of ra- diation exposure with particular emphasis on dangers to infants and children.  ... 
doi:10.1148/71.3.447 fatcat:vtiwpckdrbclhlng376tkiyzzm
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