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Mahmoudreza Moradi, Haress Rezaee, Kaveh Kaseb, Ali Ebrahimi
Epidermolisis Bullosa (EB) is a rare hereditary disorder that its junctional type is very rare one that involves epithelium, however, genitourinary epithelium involvement occurs so rarely. The present case is 5-year old boy; a known case of junctional EB whom had recurrent urinary retention due to meatal and urethral stenosis that was deteriorated by therapeutically interventions.
July 2016: Urology Case Reports
M M Tomàs Tomàs, E Pérez Juan, S M Amorós Cerdá
INTRODUCTION: Peripheral parenteral nutrition (PPN) is artificial nutrition used when digestive absorption is insufficient. It supplies the nutritional needs of the patient and permits administration through a peripheral catheter. WE PRESENT 2 CLINICAL CASES: The first one entails an epidermolisis through extravasation masked by temporo-spatial disorientation of the patient with appearance of flictenes (blisters). Prolonged treatment and consultation with plastic surgery were required...
January 2014: Enfermería Intensiva
S Kh Bataev, A Iu Razumovskiĭ, E A Stepanov, A I Zakharov, I V Popov, Kh V Stetsenko, A V Mart'ianov
Based on questionnaire, the authors analyze long-term results of coloesophagoplasty in 32 patients operated from 1990 to 2000. At the moment of operation age of the children ranged from 3 months to 14 years (5 years, on the average). 1 (3.1%) patient died at the age of 15 years, 9 years after esophageal plasty. Long-term results were evaluated in 31 respondents. Most respondents (81.3%) evaluate their state late after coloesophagoplasty as good and satisfactory. All the respondents take meal without assistance 74% patients don't keep a diet...
2002: Khirurgiia
N Inoue, H Takahashi, S Akiya, Y Kirihara, O Yamamoto, H Kiryu
A 35-year-old female had been clinically diagnosed as having epidermolysis bullosa hereditaria since her skin formed blisters from the time of her birth. Her left and right corneas become clouded at the age of 17 and 31 years, respectively. She was diagnosed as having bilateral secondary glaucoma at the age of 31 years and was medicated with antiglaucoma drugs. When examined by us, both corneas were invaded by conjunctival tissues and intraocular pressure in both eyes was 38 mmHg. Visual acuity was 0.09 (n...
July 1998: Nippon Ganka Gakkai Zasshi
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