Letter to Editor September 2013 ECAM

Experimental Cervical Esophageal Perforations in Rats

We read with interest the paper by Cubuk et al. [1]. Thank the authors for sharing their experiences with us. Despite advances in the field of surgical technique, medical equipment, and patient care esophageal injuries still have high morbidity and mortality rates of up to 60 % [2]. The primary surgical repair of esophageal injury before 24 hours is a…

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  • Recieved 21.10.2013
  • Accepted 21.10.2013
  • Published Online 21.10.2013
  • Printed 01.09.2013
  • DOI 10.4328/AEMED.23
  • Author Ozgur Karakurt, Bulent Kocer
  • Identifier J Ann Eu Med. 2013;1(3):72
  • Index Page 72
  • How to Cite Ozgur Karakurt, Bulent Kocer . Experimental Cervical Esophageal Perforations in Rats. J Ann Eu Med. 2013;1(3):72
  • Running Title Servikal Ozofagus Perforasyonu/ Cervical Esophageal Perforation
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