Liliana Mary Voinea

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In an aged human female cadaver a left accessory aberrant colic artery (LAACA) was observed and studied. It originated from the superior mesenteric artery at 3 cm proximal to the middle colic artery, at the inferior border of pancreas, passing over Treitz's muscle and continued covered by the superior duodenal fold where it crossed the inferior mesenteric(More)
As a rule the pterygopalatine ganglion (PPG) is considered to be a single structure of the parasympathetic nervous system, associated with the maxillary nerve in the pterygopalatine fossa (PPF). A few structural studies in humans are available in the indexed references. We designed the present study of the PPG in order to provide evidence of possible(More)
In a case of choroidal melanoma (CM) in a 70-year-old male patient, was firstly aimed at studying the processes of angiogenesis by use of nestin and CD34 antibodies. Anti-CD117÷c-kit antibodies were further considered for their progenitor cells specificity. Choroidal melanoma was histopathologically confirmed. Nestin-positive endothelia were found in the CM(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the efficacy and safety of azithromycin 1.5% eye drops in a paediatric population with purulent bacterial conjunctivitis. PATIENTS AND METHODS This was a multicentre, international, randomised, investigator-masked study in 286 children with purulent discharge and bulbar conjunctival injection. Patients received either azithromycin(More)
The in vivo identity of stem cells is not yet clear. Numerous studies involve the perivascular niches as providers of stem cells during regenerative processes. CD146, in humans, as well as gicerin, at chicken, play roles in neuronal development and neurites extension. CD146 is a marker of stemness but also a pericytary marker. Stem cells in vascular niches(More)
The inflammation of the optic nerve called optic neuropathy could be an onset marker of multiple sclerosis. The authors review the place of optic neuropathy (neuritis) in the inflammatory demyelinating disease continuum, especially as the onset symptom of multiple sclerosis. We present the clinical symptoms, the aetiology of optic neuritis and the adjacent(More)
The paper proposes systematizing of some pathogenic, clinical and therapeutical aspects in young patients with pseudofibrinous uveitis. Were analysed thirty-six patients with age below thirty years old which underwent a surgical act for cataract using extracapsular extraction and pseudophakic implant by posterior chamber. There patients were hospitalized in(More)
Macular hole is a condition that characterizes older patients, being rare in adolescent patients and exceptionally at children. The etiopathogenic mechanism of most macular holes in children and adolescent is idiopathic. The suggested etiopathogenic mechanism is vitreoretinal traction due to a toxocara granuloma for a 9 years old girl.
The retinopathy of prematurity is the most important cause of blindness at children and one of the most frequent cause of blindness in the postnatal period. 435 newborn prematures and dismatures, were examined in the first two weeks since they were born. The ophthalmological exam showed vasoconstriction of retinal vessels. The treatment consisted in(More)