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2019-07-19 Review Article

Lecture:

  1. The concept of wounds.
  2. Classification of wounds.
  3. Signs of wounds.
  4. Factors affecting the course of the wound process.
  5. Phases of the wound process.
  6. Types of wound healing.
  7. Features of wounds in chi...

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2019-07-22 Review Article

Idiopathic post-operative biliary duct system dilatation; potential etiology and management

What is called “idiopathic biliary duct system dilatation” or better to name it “un-explained biliary dilatation” is mostly following surgical procedures related to upper gastrointestinal and hepato-bilio-pancreatic systems. Having such situation, adaptive physiology of...

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2019-07-22 Research Article

ROGAVF STUDY 2019 - Relationship of HbA1C (GLYCEMIC Control) on outcomes of AV FISTULAS: A prospective observational study

Objective: The main aim of the study was to compare outcomes based on diabetic control for patients undergoing formation of a new upper limb arteriovenous fistula (AVF). Research design and methods: A prospective cohort study was performed where we obtained baseline HbA1c in 6...

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2019-07-26 Review Article

Subungual exostosis: Pediatric aspects

Subungual exostosis (SUE) is a benign phalangeal tumor of an osteocartilaginous nature [1]. SUE is most commonly diagnosed in children and young adults; most of these lesions are located in the big toe, although they can occur (albeit infrequently) in other toes. We report five observations of...

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2019-08-26 Case Report

Carotid artery disease: AngioCT features

The objective of this paper is to emphasis the AngioCT features of carotid dissection/mural hematoma. The image show an internal carotid artery with narrowly eccentric lumen surrounded by a crescent-shaped hypodense mural thickening, with a visibly enhancing vessel wall. The carotid hematoma i...

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2019-09-06 Review Article

Extremely large hemangioma of the liver: Safety of the expectant management

Hemangiomas are known as congenital vascular malformations that can affect almost any organ or tissue, with the liver being the most common intra-abdominal organ to be involved. It is well known that hemangiomas are the most common benign tumours of the liver, and develop in about 4-20% of peo...

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2019-09-06 Research Article

Outcome of laparoscopic varicocelectomy with mass ligation technique for symptomatic varicocele

Background: Varicocele therapy is a controversial issue. No single approach is adopted as the best therapeutic option. Testes get blood supply from testicular artery, cremasteric artery and artery to the vas deference. So ligation of testicular artery in the abdomen do not cau...

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2019-10-18 Case Report

Anterior Abdominal Wall Abscess: An unusual presentation of Carcinoma of the Colon

Background: Colorectal cancer progresses without any symptoms early on, or those clinical symptoms are very discrete and so are undetected for long periods of time. The case reported is an unusual presentation of colorectal cancer.

Case Report: A 60...

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2019-11-06 Case Report

A unique case of metastatic spinal epidural abscess associated with liver abscess following ascending cholangitis and Escherichia coli bacteremia

Pyogenic liver abscess (PLA) is a life-threatening infection that may develop as a result of an underlying hepatobiliary disease. A possible complication of PLA is metastatic spread, resulting in distant seeding of infection in other organs, and occasionally in the epidural space. Spinal epidu...

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2019-11-20 Letter to the Editor

Hot cholecystectomy

Acute cholecystitis is a common general surgery disease which may require hospital admission. Delayed or early cholecystectomy is the definitive treatment. Availability of theatre slots may postpone cholecystectomy for weeks. I am writing this letter to explain the importance of early cholecys...

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2019-11-20 Research Article

Acute Appendicitis: Hispanics and the Hamburger Sign

Objective: To describe the presenting clinical findings of patients with acute appendicitis and compare them with those described in the medical literature. To corroborate a common medical myth among Hispanic physicians regarding the presentation of acute appendicitis.
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