Hetao Liang

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During the past decade splenic salvage procedures rather than splenectomy have been considered the preferred treatment for traumatic splenic injuries. Splenic preservation has been most often accomplished by splenorrhaphy and more recently by a controversial nonoperative approach. This report delineates indications, contraindications, and results with(More)
Several significant advances in the treatment of hepatic injuries have evolved over the past decade. These trends have been incorporated into the overall treatment strategy of hepatic injuries and are reflected in experiences with 411 consecutive patients. Two hundred fifty-eight patients (63%) with minor injuries (grades I to II) were treated by simple(More)
AIM To describe the imaging findings of jejunal diverticulitis as depicted at contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) and review the differential diagnosis and clinical management. MATERIALS AND METHODS CT and pathology databases were searched for the diagnosis of jejunal diverticulitis. Three cases were identified and the imaging and clinical findings(More)
Nonparasitic secondary cysts (pseudocysts) of the spleen are uncommon and usually result from blunt abdominal trauma. A 3-year experience with 7 consecutive cases of posttraumatic splenic pseudocysts suggests an increased prevalence of this clinical entity. This report describes 7 adult patients (5 men and 2 women) with a mean age of 32 years, all of whom(More)
The liver is the solid organ most commonly injured as a result of blunt abdominal trauma. Complete avulsion of the common hepatic duct is a rare and devastating type of hepatobiliary trauma. Here the authors report the case of a 7-year-old child who had complete biliary disruption as a result of an abdominal crush injury that was not diagnosed correctly(More)
Changes in the contents of DNA and RNA, RNA species, the synthesis rates of DNA and RNA, and the activity of DNase and RNase were investigated in the callus of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L. cv. Willow Leaf) during subculture and differentiation. The contents of DNA and RNA were higher in differentiating callus than that in subcultured callus. After day 12,(More)
We present the case of a young man with a diagnosis of a childhood-onset pervasive developmental disorder who developed a progressive neurologic deterioration with persistent catatonia and right hemiparesis. On his initial evaluation approximately three years after the onset of mutism, he manifested right hemiparesis and catalepsy. Two years later, although(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the activation of platelets in children with Kawasaki disease (KD) at molecular level. METHODS The expression of platelet surface glycoproteins CD(41), CD(42a), CD(61), CD(62p) and CD(63) in 20 KD patients was measured by flow cytometry before and at 1, 2, 3 week after treatment with aspirin and high-dose (1 approximately 2 g/kg)(More)
This paper reported firstly the dynamic changes of the alternative pathway and the cytochrome pathway in tobacco callus under different concentration of salt. The production rate of endogenous ethylene, the contents of active oxygen species (O2-., .OH and H2O2) and the activities of related enzyme (SOD and CAT) were also investigated simultaneously. The(More)