Fulvio Primatesta

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The authors report their experience of antibiotic prophylaxis in elective biliary surgery pertinent to 246 operated patients treated with short-term prophylaxis with mezlocillin. This method has turned out to be efficacious in reducing postoperative infections incidence, particularly in simple cholecystectomy. Therefore the authors advise using such a(More)
The authors report a case of left abdominal rectum muscle desmoid tumor which has been surgically treated. After some considerations of the particular pathogenetic, anatomopathological and clinical characteristics of this neoplasm, they state that a precise preoperative diagnosis is always difficult, in spite of modern diagnostic means. They conclude that,(More)
The Authors report their experience of 121 patients who had undergone an elective abdominal operation and who had been previously considered under an immunological point of view and classified as anergic. The Authors have found a notable reduction of postoperative infection incidence in the 61 anergic operated patients who have been treated with(More)
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