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Ground glass opacities management in the lung cancer screening era.
- M. Migliore, Mariaconcetta Fornito, +6 authors J. Dunning
- Annals of translational medicine
- 1 March 2018
Pulmonary ground glass opacity (GGO) is becoming an important clinical dilemma in oncology as its diagnosis in clinical practice is increasing due to the introduction of low dose computed tomography… Expand
99mTechnetium and methylene blue guided pulmonary nodules resections: preliminary British experience.
Background Subcentimetre pulmonary nodules can be challenging to locate either during video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) or by open techniques. In an era of increasing computed tomography… Expand
Precision surgery in lung metastasectomy.
The value of pulmonary metastasis (PM) resection in the context of controlled primary tumor sites was shown to improve survival of patients if complete resection could be achieved. The surgeon's… Expand
Chronic diseases are strongly associated with sickness absences in a sample of Italian public employees
- Enrico Casimirri, A. Vaccari, +5 authors P. Boschetto
- International journal of occupational medicine…
- 13 May 2014
ObjectivesData on the prevalence of chronic diseases and their relationship with sickness absence in the Italian public employees are rather scarce. Therefore, in the first place, we assessed the… Expand
Microlobectomy: A Novel Form of Endoscopic Lobectomy
Objective Microlobectomy is a novel form of videoscopic-assisted thoracic surgery lobectomy. Strict inclusion criteria consist of the following: no intercostal incisions greater than 5 mm, 12 mm… Expand
Medical student exposure to cardiothoracic surgery in the United Kingdom.
- Marisa Gasparini, S. Jayakumar, S. Ayton, Marco Nardini, J. Dunning
- Interactive cardiovascular and thoracic surgery
- 1 August 2019
OBJECTIVES There has been declining interest in cardiothoracic surgery amongst medical graduates. This survey examines the exposure of British medical students to cardiothoracic surgery in various… Expand
WHEN HOSPITAL PATIENTS FALL: PRELIMINARY DATA FROM FERRARA, ITALY
- R. Manfredini, S. Volpato, +8 authors Paolo Saltari
- Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
- 1 June 2011
rheumatic inflammatory disease in 25 patients with secondary amyloidosis using tumor necrosis factor alpha antagonists. Am J Med 2005;118:552–556. 3. Yüksel S, Yalçinkaya F, Acar B et al. Clinical… Expand
Single incision extended video assisted transcervical thymectomy.
- M. Migliore, Alessandra Criscione, Marco Nardini, F. Patti, Francesco Borrata
- Journal of visualized surgery
- 30 October 2017
In the last 30 years the introduction of VATS in the surgical practice made possible to perform a wide range of thoracic operations including thymectomy. We describe our single incision… Expand
Safety of video-assisted thoracic surgery lobectomy for non-small-cell lung cancer in a low-volume unit.
- Marcello Migliore, Alessandra Criscione, +5 authors Francesco Scalieri
- Future oncology
- 21 October 2016
Several studies have demonstrated that for complex surgical procedures, surgeons who treat more patients have better outcomes than their lower-volume counterparts. The aim of this paper is to review… Expand
Extended uniportal bilateral sympathectomy.
- M. Migliore, M. Palazzolo, M. Pennisi, Marco Nardini, Francesco Borrata
- Journal of visualized surgery
- 29 January 2018
Hyperhidrosis affect 3% of the population and, despite benign nature of the disease, the individuals seek medical advice in order to improve their quality of life which can be severely compromised.… Expand