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One‐wound laparoscopic cholecystectomy
A prospective study of local recurrence after resection and low stapled anastomosis in 183 patients with rectal cancer
- M. Rubbini, G. Vettorello, +6 authors I. Donini
- Diseases of the colon and rectum
- 1 February 1990
Local recurrence is the most serious complication of anterior resection for rectal cancer, usually occurring during the first two years after surgery. Over a five-year period, from 1981 to 1986, 183… Expand
Intestinal occlusion secondary to Morgagni-Larrey's herniation in an adult. Case report and analysis of the literature.
Morgagni-Larrey's hernias are congenital diaphragmatic hernias, rarely observed and generally identified accidentally due to the lack of symptoms. The authors report a case of intestinal occlusion… Expand
Reparative surgery of valves in the treatment of superficial venous insufficiency. External banding valvuloplasty versus high ligation or disconnection. A prospective multicentric trial.
OBJECTIVE A prospective study was performed in order to compare results obtained in the treatment of early and/or limited primary varicose veins of the lower limbs using two different procedures:… Expand
[Contribution of a combination of alpha and beta benzopyrones, flavonoids and natural terpenes in the treatment of lymphedema of the lower limbs at the 2d stage of the surgical classification].
HYPOTHESIS To create a phlebolymphologic therapy in order: to activate venous system; to activate lymphatic system; to activate macrophagic system; to reduce the proteic lymphatic load. … Expand
[Iatrogenic lesions of cranial nerves during endarterectomy of the carotid artery].
- G. Vasquez, F. Mascoli, F. Buccoliero, S. Occhionorelli, M. Santini, I. Donini
- Minerva chirurgica
- 1 September 1994
Cranial nerve injuries may result from carotid endarterectomy. In a retrospective study of 222 surgical procedures, from July 1982 through June 1990 only three cranial nerve injuries were documented… Expand
[Considerations on normal and pathological adenographic images].
The elongation of the internal carotid artery. Diagnosis and surgical treatment.
Cerebro-vascular insufficiency is rarely caused by an abnormal elongation of the internal carotid artery (the ratio is 15% to 17% of symptomatic patients). The anomalies can be defined as:… Expand
[Video-assisted mediastinoscopy. A new application of television technology in surgery].
Since 1959, when mediastinoscopy was introduced by Carlens, the practice has been technically unchanged. The authors suggest how the new video technologies could be very helpful to this procedure… Expand