Browsing by Author "Archampong, E.Q."

Browsing by Author "Archampong, E.Q."

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  • Archampong, E.Q.; Naaeder, S.B.; Darko, R. (Hepato-Gastroenterology, 2000)
    BACKGROUND/AIMS: Over the past 50 years acute intestinal obstruction has remained among the commonest causes of the acute abdomen, along with peritonitis, appendicitis and gastrointestinal perforations. However several ...
  • Darko, R.; Archampong, E.Q.; Qureshi, Y.; Muphy, G.M.; Dowling, R.H. (West African Journal of Medicine, 2002)
    BACKGROUND: Although the prevalence of symptomatic gallbladder stone disease in Ghana increased almost four-fold between 1966 and 1991, little is known about the composition of and aetiopathogenesis of these stones, nor ...
  • Archampong, E.Q. (2013-12-09)
    The management of gastrointestinal bleeding poses the principal challenge of location of source of the bleeding, since some upper gastrointestinal (UGIB) sources occasionally present with features indistinguishable from ...
  • Archampong, E.Q. (2013-12-09)
    While the recent emphasis on conservative measures in the management of peptic ulcer disease has facilitated control of the disease in the community, this has not reflected in commensurate decline in complications of the ...
  • Archampong, E.Q. (University of Ghana, 1981-12-17)
  • Darko, R.; Archampong, E.Q. (African Journal of Medicine, 1994)
    Bile was obtained from the gall bladder of 104 patients undergoing cholecystectomy for gall stone disease. Bile was also obtained from the common bile duct and T-tube of 17 patients who also had exploration of common bile ...
  • Archampong, E.Q. (2013-12-09)
    Nothing short of a revolution has transpired in our understanding of the aetiology, pathogenesis and the management of peptic ulcer disease over the past century, and the burning issue is how far this has influenced the ...

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