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Raquel Guijarro-Martínez, Luis Miragall Alba, Mariano Marqués Mateo, Miguel Puche Torres, José Vicente Pascual Gil
BACKGROUND: Autologous fat grafts have gained popularity among Cranio-Maxillofacial surgeons within the past years. Most publications report favourable outcomes but lack quantifiable evidence of graft survival. OBJECTIVES: To assess autologous fat transfer for facial asymmetry, and review the literature focusing on current indications, techniques, complications, fat survival and patient satisfaction. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Nine patients presented facial asymmetry due to onchological resection, congenital anomaly, or craniofacial traumatism...
July 2011: Journal of Cranio-maxillo-facial Surgery
C Romano, L Janiri, A Botta, L De Giovanni, M Di Nicola, P E Santoro
Starting from the hypothesis that stressful events, badly elaborated by individuals, can bring a decreasing activity of immunitary system and represent a co-factor in development of breast cancer, analyzing which events are more stressful and as a consequence, which are the ones causing a decreasing of immunitary defence. This study considers the breast cancer in large increasing amongst women. 60 women compiled the Events of Life Questionnaire (Qav) and they have been divided into two groups: 30 elements affected by breast cancer (experimental group) and 30 without evident pathologies (control group)...
July 2007: Giornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro Ed Ergonomia
Vittorio Pasta, Francesca Mitri, Maria Ida Amabile, Nicola Picardi
The very original definition of carcinomatous mastitis suggests the main diagnostic difficulty of this onchologic condition. Actually it is more correctly appointed as inflammatory breast cancer, because notwithstanding the inflammatory appearance, it is a true systemic breast cancer, for which surgery represents an only marginal treatment resource. If is now well known that radical mastectomy is ineffective and only a combination of CT and RT offers survival results of some value. But the actual correct multi modal treatment cannot be undertaken if not after a correct diagnostic confirmation, avoiding an anti-inflammatory therapeutic attempt that is time consuming and possibly deceptive...
May 2006: Annali Italiani di Chirurgia
Aída E del V Segura, Víctor Mutal, Salvador Lizzio, Hilda L Montrull
There were designed Monitorings study (FVG), centred on three Public Hospitals of C6rdoba, seeking to detect Adverse Reactions for medicines. To such purpose there were realized forming courses of human resources in FVG. FVG's cards were distributed, of own design, recovered then. For statistical calculation there was applied the INFO 4. 84 informed cards were recovered. The groups of involved medicines: they were: Antibiotics (22%), cardiovascular (16%), antiulcerous (10%), anxiolytics (8.75%), nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (8%), onchologics (6%), anticonvulsants (3...
2005: Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Médicas
R E Klein
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 1998: American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care
P Tolentino
The necessity is emphasized to perform always a careful anamnesis and a clinical inspection of patients before achieving laboratory examinations (avoiding to demand to a "check up" the diagnosis). This is particularly important in those diseases, like viral hepatitis, which become even more frequent, so that such diagnosis may be supposed basing on unreliable laboratory findings. The possibility is mentioned that different hepato-colangiopathies (Wilson's disease, intolerance to fructose, hepatic congenital fibrosis, hepatic ductal hypoplasia, granulomatous hepatitis, bacterial, micotic and protozoarian cholangitis, liver sufference in onchologic diseases) may simulate viral hepatitis...
March 1983: La Pediatria Medica e Chirurgica: Medical and Surgical Pediatrics
A Rodríguez Cuartero, R J Mora Lara, J Núñez Carril, J Peláez Redondo
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March 31, 1973: Revista Clínica Española
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