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A case of central pontine myelinolysis after surgical removal of a pituitary tumor.
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The frequent measurement of electrolytes and cautious correction of sodium imbalance are important for the prevention of CPM and EPM in the postoperative management of patients who undergo surgery for a pituitary tumor and whose high-dosage steroid therapy are effective. Expand
Malignant hypertension associated with obstructive hydrocephalus--case report.
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Treatment with steroid, glycerol, and antihypertensive drugs resulted in a slow decrease in the brain swelling and cerebral edema, however, hydrocephalus and intracranial hypertension persisted, requiring a shunt operation. Expand
Evaluation of hydrocephalic periventricular radiolucency by dynamic computed tomography and xenon-computed tomography.
TLDR
Dynamic computed tomographic analysis of the difference in arrival time between PVL and thalamus is useful for diagnosing NPH and predicting response to shunting. Expand
[A case report--successful surgical treatment of prosthetic aortic valve detachment with enlargement of sinuses of Valsalva caused by the recurrence of aortitis].
TLDR
A successful operation on a 49-year-old female with aortitis syndrome associated with prosthetic aortic valve detachment was reported, which was a rare case of the valve detachment in the aortsitis patient. Expand
[Curative report of post sternotomy mediastinitis due to bacterofungal infection].
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A 72-year-old patient with mediastinitis caused by Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans after median sternotomy is described who was successfully treated with wound closure with pectoral musculocutaneous flap and closed continuous mediastinal irrigation, leading to belief that continuous mediastsinal irrigation technique could be carried out with safe and effectiveness. Expand
[Blood purification after aorto-coronary bypass grafting for dialysis patients].
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It is concluded that CVVHF + HDF would be the most favorable method to maintain the fluid balance stably for the uremic patients after CABG. Expand
[Safety and indication of open heart surgery without blood transfusion for congenital cardiac defects in infants].
TLDR
It is thought that CPB without blood transfusion may be favorable to prevent lung injury after CPB, and preoperative Ht values of over 30% are desirable in patients weighing 6 kg and those of over 35% are undesirable in Patients weighing 5 kg. Expand
[Open heart surgery without blood transfusion for cyanotic congenital cardiac defects].
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The open heart surgery can be performed safely without blood transfusion for cyanotic congenital cardiac defects, and the use of the plasma protein fraction was not needed in Group B. Expand
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