Georgios Nikolaou

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Correspondence to: Vasileios Kalles, MSc, PhD. 2nd Department of Surgery, Naval and Veterans Hospital of Athens, Deinokratous 70, Athens, 11521 Greece. Tel: +30 210 7261000, E-mail: vkalles@med.uoa.gr Received: : 09/05/2017; Accepted: 23/05/2017 Hepatobiliary and pancreatic procedures during cytoreductive surgery and HIPEC Ioannis Kyriazanos1, Nikolaos(More)
Epistaxis is a very common ENT event. Apart from the effectiveness of the different treatment options, the discomfort and the financial burden are of great importance. It has been the aim of this study to obtain data regarding the discomfort/pain of the epistaxis treatments and to calculate the financial burden. During the period between April 2010 and July(More)
PURPOSE To review morbidity and mortality of cytoreductive surgery (CRS) with hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) for peritoneal carcinomatosis. METHODS A literature search was conducted to identify studies from centers that perform CRS and HIPEC, and to collect and analyse data about morbidity and mortality. RESULTS Twenty-five articles,(More)
Salmonella enterica serovar Virchow usually causes mild gastroenteritis in humans; however, it is frequently invasive and many isolates are resistant to a broad-range of therapeutic antimicrobials. Poultry meat is considered a major source of human infection. In this study, we characterize the infection biology and immune response to S. Virchow in chickens(More)
INTRODUCTION Accessory breast tissue is a rare finding in the general population with an incidence of 1-2%. Carcinomas of accessory breast tissue account for ∼0.3% of breast cancers, 5% of which are arising within a supernumerary breast. They are usually diagnosed at a later stage compared with breast cancer, due to their rarity and low clinical suspicion.(More)
INTRODUCTION Peritoneal dissemination of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a rare presentation with an incidence of 2-6%. The most common cause of peritoneal deposits is a ruptured HCC that results in tumor spillage into the peritoneal cavity. The overall incidence of spontaneous ruptures of HCC ranges from 5 to 15% and carries a high mortality rate of up(More)
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