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Enrique M San Norberto, James Taylor, Roberto Salvador, Alvaro Revilla, Borja Merino, Carlos Vaquero
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the readability, accessibility, usability, and reliability of information available on the Internet in the Spanish language about aortic aneurysm and its endovascular treatment, and to determine whether this information source provides comprehensible material that will enable patients to participate in decisions regarding their condition. METHODS: In November 2010, information from the Internet was compiled by entering the terms "aneurisma aorta" (aortic aneurysm) and "endoprótesis aorta" (aortic endoprosthesis) in the most widely used search engines: Google, Yahoo, and MSN/Bing...
October 2011: Revista Española de Cardiología
V Gonzalo Rodríguez, M D Rivero Martínez, J Trueba Arguiñarena, J Calleja Escudero, C Müller Arteaga, E Fernandez del Busto
OBJECTIVE: To analyze the incidence of urological complications, like fistula and stenosis in our series of 282 renal transplants and their management. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Between December 1995 and October 2005, 282 adult recipients underwent renal transplant. The most common urological complication was urinary fistula. This complication was observed in 24 cases (8.5%), ureteral stenosis in 18 cases (6.4%) and both of them in 5 (1.7%). The items recorded on these patients included the time to diagnosis, the image technique, the type of ureteral stents and the clinical evolution...
June 2006: Actas Urologicas Españolas
G B Agus, P Mondani, D Santuari, M Cappelletti
UNLABELLED: The formidable impact derived by the endovascular correction (Evar) of abdominal aorta aneurysms (AAA), has risen its classification aspects. The topographical criteria has assumed importance in decisional diagnostic-therapeutic strategy especially in cases of so called pararenal aneurysms (PRAA). DEFINITION: PRAA defines aneurysm being involved underenal juxtarenal aorta (JRA), or more rarely, suprarenal aorta with normal aortic diameter at level of celiac (JRA), or more rarely, suprarenal aorta with normal aortic diameter at level of celiac trunk...
March 2004: Annali Italiani di Chirurgia
J Fibak
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May 1975: Polski Przeglad Chirurgiczny
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