F Scattoni Padovan

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January, 1992, to October, 1995, sixty-four patients with advanced head and neck carcinoma were submitted to reconstructive surgery using pedunculated myocutaneous or revascularized flaps and then to CT and MRI. Myocutaneous flaps were used in 26 cases--12 tubular and 14 linear flaps--and revascularized flaps in 38--14 latissimus dorsi flaps, 12 temporal(More)
January 1988 to April 1992, 26 patients with advanced head and neck carcinoma underwent head and neck reconstructive surgery with pectoralis major myocutaneous flap (PM-MCF). Over the same period, all cases were submitted to CT to assess the value of this technique in the follow-up. Fourteen patients relapsed (54%). Of them, 5 (36%) were positive on both(More)
Computed Tomography (CT) with rectal air inflation was compared with transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) in the preoperative staging of lower rectal cancer in 126 patients. Precontrast and postcontrast CT scans were performed with 5 mm thick slices; the rectum was previously inflated with air and antiperistaltic agents were administered. Preoperative results were(More)
January, 1992, to October, 1995, sixty-four patients with advanced head and neck cancer underwent head and neck reconstructive surgery using myocutaneous or revascularized flaps; in the same period, all patients were consecutively examined with CT and MRI. Myocutaneous flaps wer used in 26 patients: 12 flaps were tubular and 14 linear. Revascularized flaps(More)
594 patients with Hodgkin's disease were treated from 1983 to 1993 at the Department of Radiotherapy and Institute of Hematology, "La Sapienza" University, Rome, Italy. 385 patients presented mediastinal involvement; CT and/or chest radiography showed residual mediastinal masses in 96 of them (25%). In this study we included only the patients treated after(More)
In gastric cancer patients, CT can demonstrate wall lesions, tumor spread to adjacent organs and metastases. Since the disease is often diagnosed in an advanced stage, some authors used CT to stage the tumor and to avoid surgery in the patients with unresectable lesions. We compared CT staging results with surgical findings in 22 gastric cancer patients.(More)
January 1990, through January 1994, eighty untreated patients with head and neck cancer were consecutively submitted to CT and MRI of the head and neck before surgery. CT and MR findings were then compared to operative histologic findings. Forty-eight of 52 T4 cases at CT were confirmed at surgery (89%), 7 of 13 T3 cases at CT were also confirmed (54%), as(More)
January, 1972, through December, 1982, ninety-four patients with Hodgkin's disease in stages I and IIA were treated in the Dept. of Radiation Oncology of the University "La Sapienza", Rome. All patients had a minimum follow-up of 10 years. After careful clinical and surgical examinations comprehensive of laparosplenectomy, all patients were submitted to(More)
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