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On the basis of their experience in 615 cases of pleuropulmonary decortication, the authors discuss the indications, contraindications, approach and procedure in pleuropulmonary decortication. Surgery has the double purpose of suppressing the empyema cavity and recovering most of the functional pulmonary parenchyma. A personal procedure was applied(More)
The authors make an analysis of the experience acquired in the Clinic of Thoracic Surgery of Bucharest, based on interventions carried out in 42 cases of bronchial adenoma hospitalized between 1962 and 1976. The fact is stressed that in none of the 42 operated patients was the carcinoid syndrome encountered with any of its specific manifestations. Also on(More)
The post-tuberculous syndromes are more numerous and more severe following the present treatments with tuberculostatics, as compared with the past. Indications of the surgical treatment of these syndromes should be aimed at obtaining functional recovery, and they must be always adapted according to the patient's requirements. The results depend on the(More)
The authors present statistic of 307 patients with radiological rounds solitares pulmonary shadows that had underwent surgery and make an analysis of diagnostic and therapeutic attitude. Diagnosis preceding surgery being incertin in 64,5% cases and because, bronchopulmonary cancers represent 20,8% of the total of patients that underwent surgery, it is that(More)
The authors present the experience of the Clinic for Thoracic Surgery of Bucharest, based on a total of 1206 cases of patients operated for hydatic cysts. An original classification is presented, of human hydatidosis, the indications of surgical treatment are stressed, namely the evacuation of the hydatic membrane with the peri-cystic tissue, even in cases(More)
The authors recommend a simple procedure, efficient in cases with thoracic flaps, called voletopexia. The thoracic flaps are severe complications of thoracic trauma, accompanied by paradoxal respiration, mediastinal pendullation, severe respiratory failure, frequently in association with subcutaneous and/or mediastinal emphysema, parietal hematomas,(More)
The authors make an analysis of 455 cases of spontaneous pneumothorax hospitalized and treated in the Clinic for Thoracic Surgery from Bucharest between 1952 and 1974. The therapeutic attitude recommended in such cases is the aspiration drainage through minimal pleurotomy (aspiration being carried out in relation with the parenchymal aerial losses).(More)