Miguel-A. Carbajo

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The One Anastomosis Gastric Bypass has been developed from the Mini Gastric Bypass procedure as originally described by Robert Rutledge. The modification of the original procedure consists of making a latero-lateral gastro-jejunal anastomosis instead of a termino-lateral anastomosis, as is carried out as described in the original procedure. The rationale(More)
BACKGROUND This clinical study was performed to evaluate the efficiency of 2 different preservation solutions (Euro-Collins [EC] vs Perfadex [P]) on organ function in human lung transplantation. METHODS The donor lungs for 46 patients were flushed either with EC solution (25 cases, EC group) or Perfadex (21 cases, P group). Transplant function was assayed(More)
Factors affecting stage I epidermoid cancer of the lung were studied in a series of 29 patients treated only by surgery and followed up for ten years. A set of 13 variables with a possible influence on prognosis were investigated. The application of the Cox Univariate Analysis to the different variables showed the grade of cell differentiation and the(More)
It was in 2001 when Dr. Rutledge reported the first results with 1274 cases concerning a new surgical procedure addressing obesity: MGB1. For us, bariatric surgeons implementing Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB), this fact was surprising, given the disappearance of two of the RYGB main concepts: the alimentary limb and the jejuno-jejunal anastomosis. Those(More)
The number of identifiable mast cells and the intraluminal area occupied by porphyrin deposits was studied on semithin sections from female hamster Harderian glands during the estrous cycle and pregnancy. Although the serum levels of estradiol, progesterone, luteinizing hormone and follicle stimulating hormone exhibited significant changes throughout the(More)
19 patients diagnosed as non-tuberculous infectious spondylodiscitis (NTIS) have been studied retrospectively over the last 10 years in three general hospitals. The etiology of 13 cases was confirmed (there were nine cases of Staphylococcus aureus, two of Brucella, one of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and another of Salmonella typhi), and the diagnosis of the(More)