Mircea-Constantin Sora

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The aim of this study was to evaluate the morphology of the carpal tunnel and its related neurovascular structures. A slice anatomy study was performed on 12 right wrists of unfixed human cadavers by using the plastination technique. The measurements were performed at the level of the pisiform, hook of the hamate and in the middle between these structures.(More)
Plastination is an excellent tool for studying different anatomical and clinical questions. This technique is unique because it offers the possibility to produce transparent slices series that can be easily processed morphometrically. It is very difficult to recognize the subtle widening of the tibiofibular syndesmosis in less severe injuries of this(More)
One human brain was used for this study. The brain was fixed in 5% formalin for two months, rinced and cut in two halves on the sagital plane. Both brain halves were sagitally sliced at a tickness of 4 mm. From each brain half we selected 8 slices and plastinated them with P40 using different immersion and impregnation conditions. Two points were marked on(More)
• European Study Group on Interferon b-1b in secondary Progressive MS. Placebo-controlled multicentre randomised trial of interferon b-1b in treatment of secondary progressive Valutazione quantitativa con test neuroisocinetico dell'affaticabilità precoce e dell'ipostenia nei pazienti con Sclerosi Multipla. Riv. assessment of pupillary motility after(More)
BACKGROUND Since the first attempts of kidney transplant, the inflammation mediated by T lymphocytes was considered one of the most important processes implicated in graft rejection but, multiple acute and chronic graft rejects revealed that the inflammation process is not singular and humoral mechanisms may play a role in the development of chronic(More)
A dicephalous, 1-day-old, female goat kid was presented for anatomical study. Epoxy plastination slices (E12) were used successfully to explore this condition. They provided excellent anatomic and bone detail, demonstrating organ position, shared structures, and vascular anatomy. Sheet plastination (E12) was used as an optimal method to clarify how the two(More)
Plastination is an excellent tool for studying different anatomical and clinical questions. The E12 technique provides transparent slices which show the anatomical structures in their initial position, especially those of the muscular, vascular and interstitial tissue. Here we demonstrate on a plastinated specimen optic nerve compression due to hypertrophy(More)
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