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The management of rib fractures and flail chest has changed considerably over the past century, and recently there has been a renewed interest in operative rib stabilization for these injuries.… (More)
BACKGROUND To determine the role of physical examination, chest radiography, and angiography in the management of periclavicular penetrating trauma. METHODS A retrospective review of the last 100… (More)
A 75-year-old gentleman with tracheoinnominate fistula is reported. The issues regarding the surgical approach to this problem are reviewed and a creation of an aorto-axillary bypass graft described.
RATIONALE Telomerase is a nuclear regulator of telomere elongation with recent reports suggesting a role in regulation of mitochondrial reactive oxygen species. Flow-mediated dilation in patients… (More)
Please cite this article as: Pieracci Fredric M, Majercik Sarah, Ali-Osman Francis, Ang Darwin, Doben Andrew, Edwards John G, French Bruce, Gasparri Mario, Marasco Silvana, Minshall Christian, Sarani… (More)
Retrograde gastrointestinal intussusception is a rare entity, most commonly reported after gastric resection and gastrojejunostomy. Its occurrence in the absence of previous gastric resection is… (More)
This review adds to the limited body of literature describing the use of skin flaps for reconstruction of the esophagus and includes a report of a successful 1-stage, intrathoracic reconstruction of… (More)
INTRODUCTION Primary pulmonary leiomyosacromas are a subset of the rare sarcomatous lung neoplasms, found to be less than 0.5% of the organ's primary malignant tumors (Attanoos et al., 1996). … (More)
Two patients with debilitating reflux after esophagectomy are reported. Complete relief of symptoms after creation of a Roux-en-Y limb to the gastric conduit is described.