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One‐wound laparoscopic cholecystectomy
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A prospective study of local recurrence after resection and low stapled anastomosis in 183 patients with rectal cancer
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, 183Expand
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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 occlusionExpand
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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
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[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
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[Iatrogenic lesions of cranial nerves during endarterectomy of the carotid artery].
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 documentedExpand
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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
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[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 procedureExpand
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The lymphatic system
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