I. Skenduli

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Results 31.1% of cases were intact cysts and 68, 9% were complicated cysts. 34, 8% of intervened cases had complications, mainly air leakage (>7 days) but there were not fatal cases. The cases with preoperative complicated cysts had postoperative complications 1.6 times more than for cases with simple cysts but there is no statistical significance. The mean(More)
Methods From October 2005 to October 2012, 13 cases were observed in the same center. Biliptysis was the main symptom in 80% of cases. The diagnosis was based on chest radiography ,thoracic and abdominal CT and abdominal ultrasonography, fibrobronchoscopy; all examinations visualised the cyst, intrathoracic collections, a diaphragmatic breach and biliary(More)
Methods A 51 year old female non-smoker, who had high blood pressure, was diagnosed with left lobe liver abscess, was suspicioned as carcinoma of pancreatic head. Definitive diagnosis was liver abscess and basal right lung node. Additional thoracic tests included a CT without contrast showing a node in the right lung inferior lobe, measuring 4x3 cm in(More)
Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE) represent a significant threat and a global problem when it comes to the detection and treatment of infections [1]. Since their first discovery in 1996 in the United States, CPEs harbouring one of the Ambler class A enzymes, the Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemases (KPC), have been detected in many geographic(More)
Sclerosing xanthofibroma is a benign lesion generally of flat bones that is thought to be caused by a reactive response to intramedullary hemorrhage following chest wall trauma. We are reporting a case of a 56-year-old man that was complaining of a dump pain on the right back and a swelling right in this place for several weeks. The radiology was suggesting(More)
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