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M M Grajić, D D Matanović, Z K Railić, M Vukasinović, Dusan V Mustur, A N Milovanović
Dysphagia and aspiration are important problems among the elderly population, particularly in neurological patients and patients with cancers of the oropharingeal area or laryngs. Early detection and rehabilitation are crucial because adequate management can reduce morbidity and complications like aspiration pneumonia, dehidratation and malnutrition. We overviewed rehabilitation procedures including nutritional management, postures, maneuvers, exercises and stimulation techniques and their efficacy in treatment of patients with dysphagias...
2009: Acta Chirurgica Iugoslavica
Z Katashvili, G Nemsadze, P Gvamichava, N Vekua, D Nemsadze
Efficiency value of complex treatment of patients with cystic disease during side-illnesses. The aim of the article was to study the efficiency of complex treatment of mastopitia patients with concomitant diseases. The complex therapy of 1044 patients was carried out. Patients with cystic disease who does not suffer concomitant diseases (152 patients) where treated with mastodinon, vitamins, ginsheng, dehidratation, trancvilizators, antihistamines, drugs of K. After 24-26 months of treatment 144 (95%) patients fully recovered...
October 2007: Georgian Medical News
A Paci, G Taddeucci Brunelli, T Rubino, P G Chiarico, C Carbone
A case of empyema of the gallbladder in a eight year old child is reported. The child presented simptoms relatively constant in the hydrops of the gallbladder, nomely abdominal pain usually confined to the right upper quadrant and or epigastrium, fever, nausea, vomit, dehidratation; a tender abdominal mass was palpable. As usually occurs in childhood, the acute distension of the gallbladder followed in this report, to preceding focus of infection (angina and cervical lymphadenopathy). Ultrasonography permitted to address the correct diagnosis...
March 1984: La Pediatria Medica e Chirurgica: Medical and Surgical Pediatrics
G Tajana, M Marotta, L De Palma
The following procedure has proven to be successful as routine trichrome stain on paraffin embedded material: 1) Mayer's hemalum for 10 min, followed by running tap water wash; 2) staining in 1% Orange G in 1% acqueous PTA for 5 min and rinsing a few seconds in distilled water; 3) Aniline blue 1% acqueous for 5 min, followed by few seconds distilled water wash. Dehidratation in ethanol, or by blotting followed by t-buthanol or 1:3 terpineol-xylene, clearing and mounting, completed the procedure.
October 15, 1980: Bollettino Della Società Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale
A J Barbosa
A simple staining technique for gastrointestinal tract neurons in Auerbach's plexus is proposed in thick tissue preparation. The ganglion cells between two muscular layers are easily seen by optical microscope examination in "spread" preparations up to 300 micron in thickness, following dehidratation. Routine paraffin sections can be used. Neurons in thicker preparations (over 300 micron) like in human small intestine can also be seen but only by using small to medium magnifications. A special fixation procedure was developed for this technique...
June 1978: Revista Brasileira de Pesquisas Médicas e Biológicas
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