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Acute excision or exposure treatment? Final results of a three-year randomized controlled clinical trial.
Which treatment, acute excision or exposure, is the method of choice in the treatment of patients with small, medium-sized or large burns, and superficial or deep burns respectively? In an attempt toExpand
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Prognosis of acute nonspecific abdominal pain. A prospective study.
In a prospective study of 230 patients followed up for 5 years after hospital admission for acute non-specific abdominal pain, 21 patients (9 patients) could not be traced, and 11 (5 percent) hadExpand
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Acute appendicitis. Prospective trial concerning diagnostic accuracy and complications.
In a prospective trial comprising 202 patients operated on because of suspicion of acute appendicitis, the diagnostic accuracy was 70 percent based on histologic examination of all removedExpand
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The reliability of medical history and physical examination in patients with acute abdominal pain.
The reliability of medical history and physical examination in patients with acute abdominal pain. -
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Inhibition of gastric acid secretion in man by exogenous and endogenous pancreatic glucagon.
The interaction of intravenously infused glucagon and pentagastrin on gastric acid secretion was studied in 5 healthy subjects. First a step dose-response study with pentagastrin in doses of 0.01,Expand
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Accidents and complications in selective and proximal gastric vagotomy.
In 3 years 266 consecutive patients were electively operated on for ulcer disease with either selective vagotomy (SV) with drainage (159) or proximal gastric vagotomy (PGV) without drainage (107).Expand
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Plasma fibronectin concentrations in patients with severe burn injury
Plasma fibronectin concentrations were measured in 33 patients with major burn injury. Changes in plasma fibronectin concentration were related to the day of burn injury, surgery and to theExpand
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Acute excision or exposure treatment? Secondary reconstructions and functional results.
  • E. Kalaja
  • Medicine
  • Scandinavian journal of plastic and…
  • 1984
To evaluate late-result of burn treatment 102 patients (52 treated with acute excision and grafting and 50 with exposure treatment and grafting on the 14th day) were examined 3 years after the burnExpand
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Plasma fibronectin concentrations in patients with severe burn injury.
Plasma fibronectin concentrations were measured in 33 patients with major burn injury. Changes in plasma fibronectin concentration were related to the day of burn injury, surgery and to theExpand
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[Differential diagnosis of patients with acute abdominal pain].
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