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Rhubarb Enema Attenuates Renal Tubulointerstitial Fibrosis in 5/6 Nephrectomized Rats by Alleviating Indoxyl Sulfate Overload.

To investigate the effects of rhubarb enema treatment using a 5/6 nephrectomized rat model and study its mechanisms.

Effects of a Glutamine Enema on Anastomotic Healing in an Animal Colon Anastomosis Model.

Anastomotic leakage in colorectal surgery is a very important issue. Although many studies have shown the positive effects of enteral glutamine (Gln) on anastomotic healing, none has assessed the effe...

A full competing risk analysis of hospital-acquired infections could easily be performed by a case-cohort approach.

We provide a case-cohort approach and show that a full competing risk analysis is feasible even in a reduced data set. Competing events for hospital-acquired infections are death or discharge from the...

Assessment by Using a Water-Soluble Contrast Enema Study of Radiologic Leakage in Lower Rectal Cancer Patients With Sphincter-Saving Surgery.

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