E. Lale Murix

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The authors report the case of correction of a large laparocele after lung transplant. Paradoxical respiration interfered with patient breathing. Three overlapping meshes were used to surgically correct the wound. Excellent results were achieved. Cortisone and immunosuppression therapy was not discontinued; infection risk was minimized by implementing(More)
The problem relating to leg amputation following ischemia are analysed in the first part of this study, bearing in mind that amputation must be as conservative as possible in order to ensure the best quality of life. Following a short review of the topic and the introduction of recent trends, the case for amputation, which must be early in order to be(More)
268 Tech Coloproctol (2008) 12:267–271 shows that mobilization of the low rectum after a long course of preoperative chemo-radiotherapy might sometimes carry a major surgical difficulty. Extreme fibrosis of the surrounding tissues can happen as an overreaction to radiation therapy in some patients. This fibrosis may force to a loss of the TME plan and may(More)
In this second note, some technical details used during amputation are described, leaving out the systematic description of interventions. The analysis of the postoperative period shows that the more distal the amputation, the higher the incidence of local complication, while about postoperative mortality our data show an opposite trend. The Authors(More)
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a frequent illness, sometimes causing disabling symptoms and/or permanent oesophageal lesions. Etiology is multifactorial and not completely defined. Therapy is medical at first step, surgical indication is reserved to those patients with less compliance for medical therapy, unsuccessful medical therapy or reflux(More)
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