Árpád Füzi

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PATIENTS AND METHOD Thoracic sympathectomy using thoracoscopy was performed in 38 cases on 35 patients from January 01. 1996, till December 31. 2000. In 3 cases bilateral sympathectomy was carried out. The youngest patient was 18, the oldest was 76 years old, the average age was 42 years. The indications for surgery were Raynaud syndrome, causalgia,(More)
INTRODUCTION Cerebral hyperperfusion syndrome is a rare, hardly known condition, which can result in serious complications either after surgical or endovascular revascularization. Recognition of the typical triad (headache, seizure, focal neurological deficit) and the prompt radiological diagnosis (sonography, computed tomography) are crucial to achieve a(More)
CASE REPORT In this article we present a relatively rare vascular surgical complication and an uncommon treatment of it. In this case we used an aorto-bifemoral bypass on a patient with Leriche syndrome. The implanted Y-graft got infected and we were forced to remove it. Having inserted the abdominal aortic graft, an axillobifemoral bypass was also applied(More)
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