- Portal vein thrombosis complicating appendicitisA A Ayantunde
Department of Surgery, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, London
West Afr J Med 23:332-4. 2004..Review of published works on the subject matter is also presented...
- Current concepts in anal fissuresAbraham A Ayantunde
Department of Surgery, Nottingham University Hospitals, Nottingham, UK
World J Surg 30:2246-60. 2006..This is a systematic review of available published literature looking at current management options in anal fissures...
- Approach to the diagnosis and management of retained rectal foreign bodies: clinical updateA A Ayantunde
Department of Surgery, Colorectal Unit, Southend University Hospital, Prittlewell Chase, Westcliff on Sea, Essex, SS0 0RY, UK
Tech Coloproctol 17:13-20. 2013..Patients with mucosal abrasion, tears and oedema are to be admitted for a period of observation...
- Midgut malrotation first presenting as acute bowel obstruction in adulthood: a case report and literature reviewOkiemute F Emanuwa
Department of Surgery, Queen Mary s Hospital, Frognal Avenue, Sidcup, DA14 6LT, London, UK
World J Emerg Surg 6:22. 2011..A review of the literature is presented to highlight the rarity of intestinal malrotation and the controversies surrounding its management in the adult population...
- Transverse colon volvulus in a 15 year old boy and the review of the literatureGoher Rahbour
Department of General Surgery, Queen Mary s Hospital, Sidcup, DA14 6LT, UK
World J Emerg Surg 5:19. 2010..It may therefore not be considered in the differential diagnosis of recurrent intermittent abdominal pain or acute intestinal obstruction...
- Caecal diverticulitis presenting as acute appendicitis: a case reportMichelle Cole
Department of Surgery, Queen Mary s Hospital, Frognal Avenue, Sidcup, Kent, DA14 6LT, UK
World J Emerg Surg 4:29. 2009..We reviewed the literature to highlight the difficulty of a preoperative diagnosis and the need for a high index of suspicion especially in the older age group presenting in manner similar to acute appendicitis...
- Acute gallbladder torsion: an unexpected intraoperative findingGnananandan Janakan
Department of Surgery, Queen Mary s Hospital, Sidcup, Kent, DA14 6LT, UK
World J Emerg Surg 3:9. 2008..We report a case of acute gallbladder torsion in an elderly lady and review the clinical aspect of the disease...
- Analysis of blood transfusion predictors in patients undergoing elective oesophagectomy for cancerAbraham A Ayantunde
Department of Surgery, Nottingham City Hospital, Hucknall Road, Nottingham NG5 1PB, UK
BMC Surg 8:3. 2008..This study aimed to audit the pattern of blood crossmatch and to evaluate factors predictive of transfusion requirements in oesophagectomy patients...
- Esophagogastric cancers secondary to a breast primary tumor do not require resectionA A Ayantunde
Oesophagogastric Unit, Department of Surgery Nottingham City Hospital, Hucknall Road, Nottingham, NG5 1PB, United Kingdom
World J Surg 31:1597-601. 2007..This study reviewed the clinicopathological features of esophagogastric secondary tumors from breast cancer...
- Gallstone ileus: diagnosis and managementA A Ayantunde
Professorial Unit of Surgery, Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham, United Kingdom
World J Surg 31:1292-7. 2007..It accounts for 1%-4% of mechanical bowel obstruction and is associated with high morbidity and mortality. We present our experience of gallstone ileus and discuss current opinion as reported in the literature...
- Pattern and prognostic factors in patients with malignant ascites: a retrospective studyA A Ayantunde
Department of Surgery, Nottingham University Hospitals, Nottingham City Hospital Campus, Nottingham, UK
Ann Oncol 18:945-9. 2007..Malignant ascites is a manifestation of end stage events in a variety of cancers and associated with a poor prognosis. We evaluated the pattern of cancers causing malignant ascites and factors affecting survival...
- Symptomatic pyloric pancreatic heterotopia: report of three cases and review of the literatureAbraham A Ayantunde
Department of Surgery, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, London SE18 4QH, UK
Med Sci Monit 12:CS49-52. 2006..It most often occurs in the proximal gastrointestinal tract. The hallmark of diagnosis is the presence of pancreatic tissue within another, anatomically different organ...