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patology and clinic speciality

M Rugge, R Fiocca, C Bordi
The interdisciplinary approach to medical practice is a cultural and operational prerequisite for proper diagnostic and therapeutic activity. Its constant application contributes to the improvement of medical performances with beneficial effects on their costs. Anatomic pathology interacts with clinical and instrumental diagnostics and makes a fundamental contribution to the conclusive diagnosis of disease. Furthermore, morphological data are often crucial in the monitoring of therapeutic effects and a mandatory prerequisite for evaluating the efficacy of treatment in clinical trials both on neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases...
November 1996: Italian Journal of Gastroenterology
M Falc√£o, C Quadrado, E Mota, A Alvarez, A de O Soares
STUDY OBJECTIVE: Description of 32 cases of congenital heart disease in the adulthood, admitted in the First Department of Medicine of Hospital Santa Maria, Lisboa between 1980 and 1989. DESIGN: Retrospective study. SETTING: Admission from the Emergency Room and Outpatients Clinic to an Internal Medicine Department of a General Hospital. PATIENTS: Adult patients with congenital heart disease. MATERIAL AND METHODS: All the 32 cases of congenital heart disease admitted between the 1st January 1980 and the 31st December 1989 were studied retrospectively...
October 1991: Portuguese Journal of Cardiology: An Official Journal of the Portuguese Society of Cardiology
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