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by L. Capocaccia,G. Ricci,F. Angelico,M. Angelico,A.F. Attili,L. Lalloni

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L. Capocaccia,G. Ricci,F. Angelico,M. Angelico,A.F. Attili,L. Lalloni
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Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Epidemiology and Prevention of. .F. Angelico, The Rome Group for Epidemiology, Prevention of Cholelithiasis (GREPCO)

Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Epidemiology and Prevention of Gallstone Disease, held in Rome, December 4–5, 1989. Angelico, The Rome Group for Epidemiology, Prevention of Cholelithiasis (GREPCO). Pages 3-6. Prevalence and incidence of gallstone disease: the Sirmione study. D. Festi, L. Barbara, R. Frabboni, A. M. Morselli Labate, M. C. Nacchiero, S. Parro et al. Pages 7-11. Gallbladder disease prevalence and cholecystectomy rates.

The Italian multicenter study on epidemiology and prevention of cholelithiasis (MICOL): ultrasonographic standardization. Prevalence of gallstone disease in 18 Italian population samples: first results from the MICOL study. The natural history of gallstones: the GREPCO experience. Natural history of gallstone disease: the Sirmione study.

In: Capocaccia . Ricci . Angelico . Attili . Lalloni L. (eds) Recent Advances in the Epidemiology and Prevention of Gallstone Disease. Developments in Gastroenterology, vol 12. Springer, Dordrecht. Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht. Print ISBN 978-94-010-5665-6. Online ISBN 978-94-011-3744-7. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive.

Автор: L. Capocaccia Название: Epidemiology and Prevention of Gallstone Disease ISBN: 9401089728 . This book presents an overview of the pathophysiologic and pathobiochemical principles of gallstone formation and the consequences for clinical therapeutic regimens.

This book presents an overview of the pathophysiologic and pathobiochemical principles of gallstone formation and the consequences for clinical therapeutic regimens.

Angelico (auth ' This book is interesting and well organised, succeeding in avoiding statistical . Journal of Epidemiology and community Health 47:2 1993.

L. Capocaccia, G. Ricci, F. Angelico, M. Angelico, A. Attili, L. Lalloni (ed. ' This book is interesting and well organised, succeeding in avoiding statistical jargon. Издание: 1. Язык: english. Series: Developments in Gastroenterology 12.

Epidemiology and prevention of gallstone disease. 24 Factors associated with gallstone disease: Observations in the GREPCO study F. Angelico and the GREPCO Group

Epidemiology and prevention of gallstone disease. Proceedings of an International Workshop on the. Epidemiology and Prevention of Gallstone Disease, held. in Rome, December 16-17,1983. Angelico and the GREPCO Group. 185. 25 Prevention of coronary heart disease and risk of cholelithiasis.

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Livio Capocaccia, Glenn Ricci, Francesco Angelico, Mario Angelico, A. Lalloni. Inter and intea-observer agreement in classifying the presence of gallstones by ultrasonographic images according to established criteria was studied. A film recording of 50 routine ultrasonographi. More).

However, symptoms due to gallstone disease are a leading gastrointestinal cause for hospitalization and health care utilization. The clinical presentation, diagnosis and management of gallstone disease are discussed in detail separately. See "Overview of gallstone disease in adults" and "Approach to the management of gallstones".