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The goal of the study is to show the histological and biochemical changes that indicate the angiogenesis of the intervertebral disc in lumbar intervertebral disc hernia and the existence of epidemiological correlations between these changes and the risk factors of lumbar intervertebral disc hernia, as well as the patient's quality of life (QOL). We have(More)
Methods This is a double-blind randomised study conducted at a tertiary-care university hospital, with approximately 700 beds. Adult in-patients from clinical and surgical wards were potentially eligible to the study if they had any Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolated from any clinical specimen on the microbiology laboratory of the study(More)
UNLABELLED The complexity of the clinical, biochemical, hystochemical and immunologic aspects of the intervertebral disk, along with its molecular biology, justifies the object of our study on the extracellular matrix modifications in lumbar disk hernias and their impact on patient quality of life. MATERIAL AND METHOD The research lot was composed of 50(More)
TCS is hereditary condition transmitted as an autosomal dominant with a high penetrance rate and variable expressivity. Over half the cases derives from new mutations. A pathological gene has been located on the chromosome 5, between locus 31 and 34 of the long arm. The clinical picture is dominated by mandible-facial impairment and by numerous associated(More)
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