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Masaru Suzuki, Akihito Yokoyama, Norihiro Suzuki, Shunichi Miyazaki, Keijiro Saku, Atsushi Yamada, Shoichi Ohta, Hiroyuki Daida
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August 10, 2014: Nihon Naika Gakkai Zasshi. the Journal of the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
M Kafih, Y Kadari, N Benissa, R Lefriekh Mohammed, A Fadil, O Zerouali Najib, H Boufettal, F Mikou, N Matar
INTRODUCTION: Opened injuries by knife are rare in pregnant women and are responsible of foetal death in most cases. OBSERVATION AND COMMENTARY: We report a case of a 27-years woman, in her 8th months of pregnancy, victim of three knife punchs in her right iliac fossa. An emmergent laparotomy revealed deep wounds in the uterus and its right vascular pedicles, and a right external iliac artery lesion. Hysterectomy was performed and the extracted fetus was dead. He had two wounds in skull and back...
April 2009: Journal de Gynécologie, Obstétrique et Biologie de la Reproduction
R C de Angelis
The physiological effects of several foods are discussed as possible factors reducing the risk of degenerative diseases as cardiovascular and some cancers. The new emmerging concept of functional foods is presented with examples as the phytoestrogens of soya beans. The importance of consuming olive oil is emphatic, but with criticism to the lost of physiological bioactive material during the normal extractions of the olive oil and the refinement. So, much attention is needed. The way to obtain much of these bioactive protectors foods is summarized...
October 2001: Arquivos de Gastroenterologia
Z Kala, Z Silhart, I Hanke, P Kysela, M Nĕmec, I Novotný, A Bulíková, P Smejkal
The bleeding from esophageal varices is at 85-90% cases stopped by conservative (i.e. non surgical) approach. The method of choice is endoscopic sclerotisation or ligation. Less often is necessary to perform TIPS. The rest of cases is necessary to resolve by one of surgical techniques of hemorrhage control--devascularisation operation or perform emmergently porto-systemic shunt. The authors stress the importance of devascularisation operations for theirs simplicity. On the case report they illustrate the advantage of combination of both surgical techniques...
October 1998: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
T Yamauchi, S Yamamoto, M Fukumoto, N Oyama, A Nakano, T Nakayama, H Iwasaki, H Shimizu, H Tsutani, J D Lee, K Okada, T Ueda
Legionellosis is an important cause of severe pneumonia in the community. Inadequate therapy will lead to respiratory distress syndrome, disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) and finally fatal multiple organ failure. We encountered a rare case in which early manifestation included septic shock and DIC complicated by acute myocardial infarction (AMI) suspected to be derived from Legionnaires' disease. A 54-year-old healthy female complained of lumbago, high fever and dry cough 10 days after visiting a hot spring spa...
March 1998: Kansenshōgaku Zasshi. the Journal of the Japanese Association for Infectious Diseases
M Essaadi, A Raji, M Detsouli, F Kadiri, N Z Laraqui, M Touhami, B Moukrim, A Chekkoury-Idrissi, Y Benchakroun
The laryngopyocele is a rare complication of laryngocele. About one case of laryngopyocele and review of literature, the authors recall the main characteristics of this affection. Its clinical picture is often alarming. The CT scan, not often made emmergenceley, give a characteristic image. The treatment is mainly surgical but also endoscopic, then facilitated by the use of laser. The fact of thinking to this diagnosis toward a laryngeal dyspnea with fever permit sometimes to avoid tracheotomy then usually made emmergencely...
1995: Revue de Laryngologie—Otologie—Rhinologie
F Zdravic
Innovations in surgery are closely related to experimental surgery and research. The later activity is developing in our country although it's level is not satisfactory. Important organisational innovations in surgery were made possible through the creation of the Medical Center at Ljubljana. This infrastructure with a numbere of important well organized units as the now Operating block. The Intensive Care Unit, the Emmergency Unit, the Burn Unit and with the necessary expert staff brought new therapeutcal possibilities and innovations in all special surgical fields (replantation of amputated fingers and limbs, microneurosurgery, free transfer of skin pedicles, etc...
1980: Acta Chirurgica Iugoslavica
H D Hufnagl
The precise position of a cava catheter can be defined by registration of electrocardiogramm by means of this catheter. The rather simple method by the use of a liquid filled catheter is briefly described, according to the improved method by Halter and Urthaler. Those electrocardiographic potentials, characteristic for each part of the right atrium, allow precise positioning of the tip of the catheter. By continuous registration of atrial electrocardiogram the catheter can be placed exactly between vena cava superior and right atrium...
March 1976: Der Anaesthesist
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