H.-T. Ho's research while affiliated with Mackay Memorial Hospital and other places

Publications (3)

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Altered gallbladder motility by progesterone has been recognized as an important factor in the development of gallstones. There are two types of hepatolithiasis, that occurs de novo in the intrahepatic ducts with an intact gallbladder (primary hepatolithiasis) and that which originates in the gallbladder and the stones migrate into the intrahepatic...
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Two cases of primary malignant lymphoma of the breast were found, with breast cancer as the provisional clinical diagnosis for these two cases. Estrogen receptor determination via monoclonal antibody technology was performed in one case and the result was negative. Frozen section examination of another case during operation revealed chronic inflamm...
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Although previously being thought to be a rare condition, gastric carcinoids now constitute 10% to 30% of all carcinoid tumors. Patients with this entity may present with nonspecific complaints or symptoms similar to ulcers, polyps, or carcinoma. One patient in this hospital presented with tarry stool and gastric adenocarcinoma was the provisional...

Citations

... Scheliga et al., 2012;Ferbeyre-Binelfa et al., 2013). En una serie de 132 linfomas no Hodgkin primarios de la mama, Fisher y cols., encontraron que el 41% de las pacientes habían sido sometidas a mastectomía total más disección axilar y el 16% a mastectomía simple; en un 43% se realizó una cirugía más conservadora ( Fisher & Chideckel, 1984). En algunos casos la mastectomía se realizó porque la biopsia contemporánea estableció el diagnóstico de cáncer mamario. ...
... Disturbed gastrointestinal transit, leading to a delay in gastric emptying time, is one of the most common phenomenon in pregnant women (Chiloiro et al. 2001), and this effect is probably caused by changes in plasma concentrations of certain hormones, such as estrogen (Chen et al. 1995) and progesterone (Sheen-Chen et al. 2001), as concentrations of these hormones increase throughout pregnancy. Pregnant women with decreased gastrointestinal transit suffer from nausea, vomiting, or abdominal distension during the course of pregnancy, especially during the first trimester (JarnfeltSamsioe et al. 1983). ...