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Material and methods: A retrospective study was carried out on series of patients admitted in the period June - March The duration of hospitalization was between 1 and 61 days, with an average of The data from observation files, the operating protocols, pathology reports and follow-up files were collected and analyzed.
The most common complication was septic shock and mortality was 9. Average survival was 5. Conclusion: PC-GI is a disease with a poor prognosis, posing difficulties in early diagnosis, establishing the surgical indication and protocol.
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