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Abdominal radical trachelectomy: a new surgical technique for the conservative management of cervical carcinoma
Traditionally radical hysterectomy has formed the mainstay of treatment for early stage cervical carcinoma. More recently radical trachelectomy and laparoscopic lymphadenectomy have been introducedExpand
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Possibilities for fertility restoration: a new surgical technique.
Previously published work concluded that uterine artery microvascular anastomosis in the porcine model was feasible with subsequent normal vascular function in pregnancy. of the anastomosed vessels.Expand
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Laparoscopic versus open repair of inguinal hernia: a longitudinal cohort study
BackgroundTraditionally, repair of an inguinal hernia has been by an open method, but laparoscopic techniques have recently been introduced and are increasing in popularity. This study aimed toExpand
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Effect of CD4+ and CD8+ cell depletion on wound healing
Depression of the immune system can result in poor or delayed wound healing.
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Use of Hartmann’s procedure in England
Introduction  Hartmann’s procedure is widely used in the management of complicated diverticular disease and for colorectal cancer. Very little national data are available about the reasons forExpand
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Conversion after laparoscopic cholecystectomy in England
Background Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the procedure of choice for the treatment of symptomatic gallstones. Conversion to open surgery is reported to be necessary in 5–10% of cases. This studyExpand
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Do vitamin D supplements improve the physical capabilities of elderly hospital patients?
A randomized double-blind controlled trial of the effect of vitamin D supplementation on the abilities of elderly hospital patients to carry out basic activities of daily life is described. ThoseExpand
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Abdominal radical trachelectomy: a new surgical technique for the conservative management of cervical carcinoma.
Traditionally radical hysterectomy has formed the mainstay of treatment for early stage cervical carcinoma. More recently radical trachelectomy and laparoscopic lymphadenectomy have been introducedExpand
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VITAMIN-D STATUS IN LONG-STAY GERIATRIC PATIENTS
Very low concentrations of plasma-25-hydroxycholecalciferol, 25(OH) D3, were found in patinets in a long-stay geriatric hospital.
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Intestinal cholecalciferol absorption in the elderly and in younger adults.
1. A method for assessing cholecalciferol absorption in man is described. 2. The intestinal absorption of [3H]cholecalciferol was studied in 20 female geriatric patients, most of whom were vitaminExpand
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