Giovanni Lucca

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The problem of early re-operations in urgent surgery of the abdomen is taken into account in the light of a wide range of cases admitted into the urgent surgical ward of the Ospedale Maggiore "Cà Granda" in Milan. These cases refer to the 1950-1975 period necessitating repeated operations. The Author, after analysing the different and most important(More)
Our experience with 26 Patients who sustained traumatic laceration of the diaphragm caused by blunt forces is described. Automobile accidents were the most frequent cause of rupture and young adult males the most vulnerable. The left hemidiaphragm is most frequently injured, but with sufficient force significant tears in the right hemidiaphragm will occur.(More)
BACKGROUND For people with mental illness that are violent, a range of interventions have been adopted with the aim of reducing violence outcomes. Many of these interventions have been borrowed from other (offender) populations and their evidence base in a Serious Mental Illness (SMI) population is uncertain. AIMS To aggregate the evidence base for(More)