Geena George

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Interventional cardiology is a rapidly developing field of medicine with annually increasing numbers of coronary interventions. Especially through the development of alternative techniques for coronary angioplasty, new indications have been found and more difficult lesions are tackled. Inevitably, such complex interventions are time-consuming and require(More)
6514 Background: CYT387 is a potent JAK-1/2 inhibitor. In an ongoing phase-1/2 multi-center study, 108 patients with myelofibrosis (MF) have so far been accrued. We present updated interim results for 60 patients who have completed a minimum of 3 cycles of treatment. Additional information for the entire study cohort will be presented at the meeting. (More)
OBJECTIVE Current cardiac risk assessments such as EuroSCORE II and the STS-Score do not take liver dysfunction into account. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the prevalence and post-operative morbidity risk factors following cardiac surgery of patients with chronic viral hepatitis. PATIENTS AND METHODS The study group consisted of 105 patients(More)
PURPOSE To determine the safety, tolerability and maximum tolerated dose (MTD) of addition of erlotinib to bevacizumab and capecitabine-based definitive chemoradiation (CRT) in unresectable pancreatic cancer. METHODS Seventeen patients with CT-staged, biopsy-proven unresectable pancreatic cancer were enrolled between 3/2008 and 10/2010. Prior chemotherapy(More)
Among 28 lesions, 22 tumors and 6 anteriovenous malformations, operated with control of the vertebral artery, 15 are located close to the transverse canal. Analysis of arteriographic datas from 20 cases of tumors related to the vertebral artery, points out the interest of the surgical control of this vessel, in the treatment of these tumors. This control is(More)
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