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The authors report simultaneous aortic valve replacement and coronary artery bypass grafting surgery successfully performed in a patient with functioning transplanted kidney. The patient's cardiac status was classified as NYHA class III. The indication of the cardiac operation was a heavily calcified, stenotic and insufficient aortic valve and severe(More)
The postoperative complaints of patients having been subjected to laparoscopic cholecystectomy have been studied. Residual gallstones involving clinical symptoms have not been observed. Right subcostal pain, meteorism, and nausea due to faulty diet showed a slight difference in favour of the laparoscopic method when compared to traditional surgery. The(More)
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