L P Eltvik

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Recurrent pleural effusion is often a problem in metastases from breast cancer, and may be treated by instillation of irritating drugs combined with external drainage for some days. Less frequently chylothorax is a complication to malignant disease. Drainage of the pleural effusion to the peritoneum is possible, and this article describes how four patients(More)
The microcirculation in the skin was assessed in 31 patients with sequelae from local cold injuries (LCI) in the extremities. All patients reported cold intolerance 3-4 years after the primary cold injury, which they sustained during military service. The used methods were laser Doppler fluxmetry, transcutaneous oxygen tension (TCpO2) and vital(More)
The series comprises 40 soldiers who sustained 49 local cold injuries during their service in The Norwegian Army. Twenty-one cold injuries were classified as first degree, 15 as second degree and 13 as third degree. No difference in ambient temperature at the time of injury was observed between the three categories of injuries, but the duration of cold(More)
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