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Jesús García-Cano, Ramón Ferri-Bataller, Carmen Julia Gómez-Ruiz
A common bile duct perforation due to sphincteroplasty is reported. It was managed by temporary insertion of a metal fully covered stent with good outcomes. Images from the procedure are provided.
August 2016: Revista Española de Enfermedades Digestivas
J Krásný, M Čakrtová, J Kletenský, V Novák, J Šach
AIM: To get acquainted with the 2nd Czech study about cryptophthamos and with self-surgical methods. MATERIAL: The boy with unilateral complete cryptophthalmos of left eye was treated from 2 to 20 years. The girls was treated from 4 month to 5 year yet for right abortive cryptophthalmos with microblepharon and left complete type still waiting for solutions.Surgical methods and results: Authors present a surgical procedures for correction of the upper and lower eyelids and ocular anomalies both patients studied...
2015: Ceská a Slovenská Oftalmologie
Fabrizio Ferranti, Marco Marzano, Alberto Quintiliani
Numerous techniques exist for inguinal hernia treatment. Currently, open mesh tension-free repair is regarded as the repair method of choice. In particular Lichtenstein repair is the most common procedure performed, although several articles have reported long-lasting postoperative pain and a higher recurrence rate than originally reported. This study describes the P.A.D. (Protesi Autoregolantesi Dinamica) prosthesis implantation technique and reports postoperative complications and long-term results. From June 2002 to May 2005 a total of 214 patients underwent P...
March 2009: Chirurgia Italiana
A Bujons Tur, C Errando Smet, M Prados Saavedra, C Báez, P Arañó Bertrán, C Gutiérrez Ruiz, H Villavicencio Mavrich
The Remeex system it's a sling with regulable tension created for the surgical correction of the female urinary incontinente. The system contains a varitensor central part of the protesis that regulates the tension of the uretra. The screwdriver that acts against the varitensor to the modify the tension under the uretra in the postop inmediately or time after also. We present a clinic case of a patient with diagnostic of urinary stress incontinence and the surgical treatment with advantages against others kind of systems used for incontinence treatment at this time...
January 2007: Actas Urologicas Españolas
Javier García-Pont, Jesús Blanch-Falp, Rosa Coll-Colell, Francesc Rosell-Abaurrea, Alfons Tapiz-Reula, Ester Dorca-Badía, Angels Masabeu-Urrutia, Anabel Martín-Urda, Pilar Barrufet-Barque, Lluis Force-Sanmartín et al.
BACKGROUND: Prosthetic joint infections are a cause of increasing morbidity and medical expenditure. OBJECTIVES: To determine the incidence and the clinical and the epidemiological characteristics of knee and hip prosthetic infections (PI) in patients undergoing elective surgery in five Catalonian hospitals. To determine the predictive factors of PI. METHODS: A total of 425 patients operated on between 8 January and 8 July 2001 were prospectively followed for a period of two years...
March 2006: Enfermedades Infecciosas y Microbiología Clínica
Gabriele Valenti, Emanuele Baldassarre, Alessandro Testa, Alessandro Arturi, Giovanni Torino, Costantino Campisi, Giorgio Capuano
The dynamic self-regulating prosthesis (protesi autoregolantesi dinamica, PAD) is a double-layered prosthesi, in use since 1992 in inguinal hernia repair. In 1999, we published the short-term results on 500 patients and herein we report the long-term follow-up. Five hundred eighty-five PAD procedures were performed on 500 adult male, unselected patients. Hernias were unilateral in 415 patients, were bilateral in 85 patients, were direct in 197 patients (33.7%), were indirect in 269 patients (46.0%), and were combined in 119 patients (20...
March 2006: American Surgeon
Gabriel Finquelevich, Pablo Miguel Gabay
The technological advance in medicine was accompanied paradoxically of a lack of consideration toward the human being subjective dimension. This resulted in the appearance of new and unexpected inconveniences, caused by the patient's attitudes that cannot be understood neither solved by the specialist doctors, hindering the application of important achieved advantages. This development is particularly remarkable in the most spectacular innovations (transplantation and reimplantation of organs, protesis, electronic ortesis, hormonal substitutions, chemotherapy, etc...
March 2002: Vertex: Revista Argentina de Psiquiatriá
O W Siutti
Professor Antonio J. Guardo, important figur of the School of Dentistry of Buenos Aires, was the first professor who achieved in this school such a hierarchy being a dentist; for at that time it was demande for the Professorship the title of physician. The alternatives of this designation as professor are here described and at the same time some of the circumstances of his brillant teaching carreer, with references to his beginings and the family he formed.
June 1994: Revista del Museo de la Facultad de Odontología de Buenos Aires
R Cadavid Zink, H Ballivian, F J Gamboa, F Olaizola
A retrospective study of 1035 stapedectomies was performed to assess the incidence of intraoperative complications between 1972-1990. We found 45.89% of complications. We divided this alterations in 6 groups: 1) hemorrhage (20.67%), 2) stapes, foot plate, oval window (8.40%), 3) alterations in the middle ear (6.85%), 4) alterations in the incus (3.76%), 5) alterations in the external ear canal (3.57%) and 6) problems with protesis or graf (2.60%). We have analyzed these complications. We propose to carry out the solutions...
March 1993: Acta Otorrinolaringológica Española
J Maroto García, F Gutiérrez Molero, M V López Montero
The partial protesis with metal carving and cemented with composite resin is used frequently as a reversible method in order to substitute teeth, due to the light preparation necessary for the original teeth. Recently, a new system (Bridgelok) with pins has been proposed as safer for this kind of protesis. This paper studies if this new system originates a higher resistance compared to other system without pins.
April 1989: Avances en Odontoestomatologia
R de Lima, C Perdigão, L Neves, J Cravino, M Dantas, A Bordalo, F Pais, A N Diogo, R Ferreira, C Ribeiro
The authors present a case of left ventricular free wall rupture post acute myocardial infarction, associated with mitral papillary posterior muscle necrosis, operated by infartectomy and mitral valvular protesis replacement. They refer the various complications occurred during the hospital staying, and discuss its medical and surgical approach. The patient was discharged alive and six months after the infarction keeps a moderate activity.
September 1990: Portuguese Journal of Cardiology: An Official Journal of the Portuguese Society of Cardiology
F Gascón, J A Gil, A Fons, R Badal
The preparation is the first step of any tooth reconstruction. The biological integration of the protesis is depending on the marginal adaptation (finish line of the preparation), occlusal adaptation (occlusal reduction), longevity of the restoration (retention and luting) and esthetics. The effect the two finish line of the preparation is studied using experimental design. In porcelain-fused-to-metal the finish line of the preparation in chanfer is superior at the beveled shoulder, because proportioning better marginal adaptation...
November 1990: Avances en Odontoestomatologia
J J Carrillo Martínez, J A Zermeño Ibarra, E G Mercado Martínez, Y Villanueva Neuman, R Castellanos Olmedo
Since a great number of teeth could be rehabilitated and not extracted, in this paper we analyze the relation Perio-protesis by the point of the biology of marginal periodontal ligament, and the different options to establish this relations when are lost by decay or traumatism. We discuss the contraindications to avoid greater problems than benefits when intend to rehabilitate lost teeth.
March 1990: Revista ADM
P De Fazio, S Petrecca, M Lolli, C D'Arcangelo
After a brief analysis of the materials and of the various techniques for filling root canals, the authors present the results obtained by a group of 5th year dental students of the Corso di Laurea in Odontoiatria e Protesi Dentaria from their first experiences at filling root canals. The techniques they used, lateral and vertical condensation of gutta-percha, were chosen for their widespread use and for the greater guarantee they offer. The results, which confirmed the expectations, show how lateral condensation is easier to perform by dentists with little experience...
1991: Giornale Italiano di Endodonzia
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