Guglielmo Recchia

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This multicentre, observational, cross-sectional study was conducted to determine migraine prevalence in a sample of population presenting to their GPs. The study covered all the patients who visited the GPs practice, for any reason, on 5 consecutive days of 2 different weeks. A total of 71,588 patients were interviewed by 902 GPs. The prevalence of(More)
In clinical trials performed in Italy, 2,003 patients, suffering from various infectious diseases, have so far been treated with ofloxacin. In most cases dosages of 200 mg, 300 mg or 400 mg b. i. d. have been used. In all, 130 adverse reactions have been recorded in 116 patients (5.8%): gastrointestinal events (mostly nausea, vomiting and gastric pain) in(More)
OBJECTIVE Despite the fact that gastrointestinal disorders represent one of the most common reasons for medical consultations, formal assessment of patients' health-related quality of life (HRQOL) has been carried out only in a few studies, and in most cases generic questionnaires have been adopted. Because the specific issue of living with dyspeptic(More)
A 3-year prospective post marketing survey on the safety of the recently developed ultrashort pre-seasonal subcutaneous immunotherapy (uSCIT-MPL4) with pollen allergoids adjuvanted with monophosphoryl lipid A was performed. A total of 510 patients received uSCIT-MPL4, 61% for grass, 35.7% for birch, 13.2% for parietaria and 3% for other pollens (ragweed,(More)
In clinical trials co-ordinated in Italy by Glaxo S.p.A. from May 1984 to February 1988, 553 patients aged over 65 years (376 men and 177 women), suffering from different infectious diseases (mostly LRTI and UTI), were treated with ofloxacin, a new broad-spectrum quinolone. Of the patients studied, 75% presented one or more concurrent diseases and 72.3%(More)
Gastric leiomyoma represents a rather rare report in abdominal surgery, above all because it very often shows no symptoms. Among the non-epithelial gastric neoplasms, it occupies the second place after lymphoma. After describing its anatomo-pathological aspects and clinical features, the authors report their casuistry, including three observations of such(More)
The persistence or onset of hyperparathyroidism following kidney transplant is characterized by an incidence ranging from 2.6 to 70% according to the various statistics available. In a total of 462 kidney transplants performed in our department, hyperparathyroidism was detected in 9 patients. Surgery took the form of parathyroidectomy 8/8 plus autograft in(More)