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Acute epididymitis in boys: evidence of a post-infectious etiology.
The results suggest that epididymitis in boys is not rare and it is mostly an inflammatory phenomenon (presumably post-infectious) with a benign course.
Recurrent Ingrown Big Toenails Are Efficiently Treated by CO2 Laser
- F. Serour
- MedicineDermatologic surgery : official publication for…
- 1 June 2002
CO2 laser is effective for the treatment of recurrent onychocryptosis, and bilateral matricectomy and local infection seem to be the predisposing factors for recurrence and postoperative spicule growth.
Subcutaneous sacrococcygeal myxopapillary ependymoma
Compared to the other forms of ependymomas that generally do not metastasize, the sacrococcygeal variety does disseminate even after many years, so long-term follow-up is essential.
Perianal Abscess and Fistula-In-Ano in Infants: A Different Entity?
SLocal treatment for perianal abscess during the early stage and drainage by needle aspiration during the progressive stage are effective and Antibiotics may be considered for patients undergoing drainage of perianAL abscess.
Severity of acid gastroesophageal reflux assessed by pH metry: Is it associated with respiratory disease?
- A. Gorenstein, A. Levine, M. Boaz, A. Mandelberg, F. Serour
- MedicinePediatric pulmonology
- 1 October 2003
The presence of RD in pediatric patients with silent GER is related to longer esophageal clearance, but is not related to severity of reflux.
Paget's disease of the male breast
Histologically proved Paget's disease of the breast with negative hormonal receptor assay in a 73‐year‐old man induced a review of the 27 valuable cases of the literature. Our patient is…
Hiatal Hernia in Pediatric Gastroesophageal Reflux
- A. Gorenstein, A. Cohen, Z. Córdova, M. Witzling, B. Krutman, F. Serour
- MedicineJournal of pediatric gastroenterology and…
- 1 November 2001
Presence of HH in children with GER is associated with prolonged exposure of the esophagus to acid and a high failure rate of nonoperative treatment, however, medical treatment should be tried in NN children despite the significant failure rate.
Serum and peritoneal inflammatory mediators in children with suspected acute appendicitis.
- I. Dalal, E. Somekh, Avital Bilker-Reich, M. Boaz, A. Gorenstein, F. Serour
- MedicineArchives of surgery
- 1 February 2005
Presently, it is not practical to differentiate appendicitis in a pediatric population from other causes of abdominal pain based on the detection of systemic inflammatory response markers.
Dorsal penile nerve block in children under-going circumcision in a day-care surgery
- F. Serour, A. Cohen, A. Mandelberg, J. Mori, S. Ezra
- MedicineCanadian journal of anaesthesia = Journal…
- 1 September 1996
DPNB has advantages over GA + DPNB for paediatric circumcision in day-care surgery as an outpatient procedure, and these data confirm that the former is superior to the latter.
Correct depth of insertion of right internal jugular central venous catheters based on external landmarks: avoiding the right atrium.
- T. Ezri, M. Weisenberg, +5 authors S. Evron
- MedicineJournal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia
- 1 August 2007
It is recommended to use the topographic approach in deciding CVC depth with right internal jugular CVC placement, based on external topographic landmarks, to avoid unnecessary catheter malposition.