Bosko Romic

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Mesenchymal hamartoma of the liver is an uncommon benign lesion seen almost exclusively in children younger than two years of age. The first case was reported in 1903, and until now fewer than 200 cases have been reported. A 38-year-old male complaining of dull subcostal pain lasting for almost 10 months was found on abdominal ultrasound to have a focal(More)
In this article the authors review their personal experience with shotgun injuries to the blood vessels. To date literature demonstrates a significant difference between the military injuries to the blood vessels versus the peacetime ones in the terms of healing. Injuries from high velocity missiles as well as blast injuries produce a massive damage of the(More)
The results of early conversion of war fractures by the application of AO osteosynthesis in A group (n = 32) of the injured, were compared with B group (n = 187) of injured, treated definitely with external fixator. There were statistical evaluations and X-ray observations of healing in both groups, as well as the appearances of the most frequent(More)
We report on a patient who presented with symptoms of acute abdomen and sudden abdominal pain that had started 4 h before hospitalization. Emergent laparoscopy was immediately done. A perforated peptic ulcer in the anterior prepyloric region was detected and laparoscopically sutured. The patient’s postoperative course was uneventful. The risks and(More)
The associating liver partition and portal vein ligation (ALPPS) is a novel procedure with increasing number of scientific and clinical studies, and by now, it showed to be efficient and safe procedure in selected group of patients. Here we present the first case of ALPPS done after double TACE procedure in a 64-years-old female patient with extensive(More)
The results of surgical treatment of ulcerative colitis in 19 patients in the period from 1989 to 1997 are presented. Of surgical techniques, in 17 patients a pouch was formed, namely, in six patients W pouch, in four patients S pouch, and in seven patients J pouch, while in two patients the pouch was not formed due to the incontinence of anal sphincter. In(More)
A single-centre experience of military vascular injuries in the recent conflict in Yugoslavia is reviewed. From 1 April to 13 December 1991, 1020 casualties were admitted to the Surgical Clinic at the Teaching Faculty of the University in Zagreb, Croatia. A total of 120 injured blood vessels in 76 patients were treated in the department of vascular surgery.(More)
The results of early conversion of war fractures by the application of AO osteosynthesis in A group (n = 32) of the injuried, were compared with B group (n = 187) of injuried, treated definitely with external fixator. There were statistical evaluations and X-ray observations of healing in both groups, as well as the appearances of the most frequent(More)
Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN) of the pancreas is a relatively rare clinical entity with a main characteristic being mucus production. Extension of IPMN along pancretic ducts and mucus production lead to ductal obstruction and dilatation, resulting in recurrent episodes of acute pancreatitis. Molecular background of IPMN-a comprises several(More)