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The verrucae areae entorhinalis (VAE) are a characteristic feature of the human brain that occupy the anterior and posterolateral parts of the parahippocampal gyri and correspond to the islands of layer II neurons. We analyzed VAE in 60 neurologically normal subjects ranging from 23 to 85 years of age using a casting method. In 10 of these subjects the(More)
INTRODUCTION Hepatic resection is the accepted treatment for various liver tumors. Increasing evidence suggests that two factors significantly influence outcome and successfulness of the hepatic resection in patients with HCC in cirrhosis. There are liver function recovery and the degree of inflammation during early postoperative period. OBJECTIVE Aim of(More)
BACKGROUND We aimed to explore the background of refugees emigrating to Sweden and their situation in the new country with special focus on their contacts with the Swedish healthcare system. MATERIAL AND METHODS Our study has a qualitative design. Data was collected between January and October 2013 during face-to-face interviews using open-ended(More)
INTRODUCTION Isolated thoracic injuries are relatively common and they are on the second place as a cause of death overall trauma. Most patients with isolated thoracic injuries are treated on an outpatient basis while only serious cases are hospitalized. The basis of the treatment of thoracic trauma is efficient cardiopulmonary reanimation followed by an(More)
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