Emanuele Di Marzio

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Email: Federico Bizzarri* federico.bizzarri@uniroma1.it; Consalvo Mattia consalvo.mattia@uniroma1.it; Matteo Di Nardo matteo.dinardo@tin.it; Emanuele Di Marzio giorgioemanuele@fastwebnet.itscali.it; Massimo Ricci punkindoctor@libero.it; Flaminia Coluzzi flaminia.coluzzi@uniroma1.it; Giacomo Frati fraticello@inwind.it; Paolo Pagliaro paolo807@yahoo.it; Luigi(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS The recipient hepatectomy with vena cava in situ in liver transplantation has overcome the need of venous-venous bypass thanks to temporary porta caval shunt or portal clamping. METHODOLOGY 150 orthotopic liver transplants in 137 patients were performed and the vena cava in situ technique was used in 142 (venous bypass in 7, temporary(More)
BACKGROUND The influence of sternal size and of inadvertent paramedian sternotomy on stability of the closure site is not well defined. METHODS Data on 171 consecutive patients undergoing cardiac surgery through a midline sternotomy were prospectively collected. Intraoperative measurements of sternal dimension included thickness and width at the(More)
Laparoscopic surgery is currently a widely accepted approach to several surgical fields because of its advantages in terms of postoperative pain reduction and easy patient recovery. This approach may be useful even in solid-organ transplantation surgery as a diagnostic or treatment procedure in some surgical complications. From July 1991 to December 1998,(More)
BACKGROUND A postoperative pseudoaneurysm may develop and gradually expand in the mediastinal space even late following Bentall operation for aortic root replacement, particularly in patients with dissection of the aorta. METHODS A very large (148 mm) pseudoaneurysm originating of the right coronary ostium suture line was observed in a patient admitted(More)
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