Florin Săvulescu

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Human cystic echinococcosis, a zoonotic infection caused by Echinococcus granulosus, is still a largely extended public health problem in endemic regions (China, Middle East, Mediterranean region, South America, Russian Federation, etc.). Primary echinococcosis may develop in almost any organ (liver, lung, kidney, spleen, mediastinum, heart, brain, bones,(More)
Hepatic hemangiomas are benign tumors of the liver consisting of clusters of blood-filled cavities, lined by endothelial cells, fed by the hepatic artery. The vast majority of HH are asymptomatic, most often being discovered incidentally during imaging investigations for various unrelated pathologies. Typical hemangiomas, the so-called capillary(More)
Uterine leiomyomas represent the most common benign tumors of the female reproductive tract. Giant uterine leiomyomas are very rare neoplasms and represents a great diagnosis and therapeutic challenge. This article illustrates a case of a 45-year old woman presented to our surgery department with a 10-month history of progressive increasing abdominal size,(More)
Primitive retroperitoneal tumors are formations with varying degrees of severity. They may occur locally, being impressive due to their generous diameters, but they can also invade the entire body. The latest genetic studies have somewhat changed the vision about the etiology of soft tissue tumors, while the immunohistochemical studies offer customized(More)
Human history is usually confused with conflagrations history. Since ancient times, wars have led to deaths and injuries, and this has been considered as a normal situation. What has evolved over time was the value of the human life for the army and society in general. Aid to the injured has evolved from comradely aid to the formation of specialized(More)
Correspondence: Dr. Florin Savulescu e-mail: savfl@yahoo.com Nowadays giant ovarian tumors are rare neoplasms and represent a great diagnosis and therapeutic challenge. We present the case of a 68-year-old woman admitted to our department with a history of progressive abdominal distension, constipation and polakiuria. Based on clinical findings, laboratory(More)
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