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Gastroenterologists at MMA

26. 04. 2013

The Meeting of Serbian Medical Society’s Gastroenterological Section was held at the Military Medical Academy under the organization of the MMA Clinic for Gastroenterology and Hepathology.
Professional part of the event, traditionally organized in March, started with a lecture delivered by Prof. Dr. Djordjije Saranovic, Head of the Radiology and MRI Center, Clinical Center of Serbia. The topic covered diagnostics of small intestine and MR enterography advantages concerning accurate and timely information about intestinal changes, significant for disease discover in its early stage. One of the limited factors of small intestine examination is the equipment unavailability, as well as the digestive radiology modernization and medical staff training thus representing necessary assignments for our medical specialists.
Early gastric cancer, principles of modern treatment and experiences encountered at the Military Medical Academy have been presented by Colonel Asst. Prof. Dr. Nenad Perisic, Head of the MMA Clinic’s for Gastroenterology and Hepathology Department. According to the last year statistics, there were 54 patients treated at the Clinic who were suffering from gastric cancer. In six of them the cancer has been early discovered which gave positive work results. One of the relevant facts announced in international data is when diagnosed, patient already has metastatic changes. Prognosis of this rapidly progressive disease, the second by frequency on the world level and mostly affecting men in their sixties, depends from indication while considering endoscopy with biopsy a diagnostic procedure of gold standard.
In course of the lecture presenting chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction, the most severe gastrointestinal tract motility disorder, Dr. Stanko Petrovic physician from the MMA Clinic for Gastroenterology and Hepathology outlined manometer procedure and HP finding as two most important diagnostic methods influencing the surgical intervention level, too. This presentation also included a case study of a female patient treated at the Military Medical Academy.

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