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Psoriasis is a frequent skin disease, affecting 2% of the world's population. Stress, alcohol, smoking and obesity may be associated with psoriasis. A 56-year-old man with BMI 46.9 kg/m(2), hypertension and gastroesophageal reflux, had severe psoriasis for the last 39 years, without any remission on multiple treatments. Psoriatic papules and plaques were(More)
Aneurysmal bone cyst of the orbit is a rare disease that usually affects young patients and is caused by osseous hemodynamic alterations. We report a case of aneurysmal bone cyst of the orbit, referred to us as a dermoid cyst, discussing its clinical and histopathological aspects.
INTRODUCTION Several methods have been proposed to improve operative success in renal hyperparathyroidism. OBJECTIVE To evaluate stereomicroscopy in parathyroid tissue selection for total parathyroidectomy with autotransplantation in secondary (SHPT)/tertiary (THPT) hyperparathyroidism. METHODS 118 renal patients underwent surgery from April of 2000 to(More)
We hereby report two patients with parathyroid carcinoma presenting extremely high calcium and PTH levels, severe bone disease, and palpable neck mass at diagnosis. They both underwent parathyroidectomy, and one of them evolved to lung metastasis. Important hypocalcemia was observed after surgery in both: after parathyroidectomy in one patient, and only(More)
UNLABELLED The possibility of needing a combined access, with neck and chest incisions makes the treatment of substernal goiter a challenge both in the pre-op and the intraoperative. We hereby, discuss a standardization of the surgical technique to minimize the need for a chest approach, making the substernal goiter a surgically treatable disease, through a(More)
UNLABELLED In order to improve success rates in surgery of renal hyperparathyroidism, we evaluated intraoperative PTH (IOPTH) measurement utility. METHOD 86 patients underwent total parathyroidectomy with intramuscular presternal autotransplantation from 04/2000 to 10/2009 and were followed for 26.5 months on average (prospective cohort). Patients were(More)
OBJECTIVE to study larynx chondroradionecrosis related to radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment and provide a treatment flowchart. METHODS retrospective study with clinical data analysis of all larynx cancer patients admitted in a two tertiary hospital in a five years period. RESULTS from 131 patients treated for larynx cancer, 28 underwent(More)
The case of a 47-year-old female patient with an asymmetric traumatic occlusion, great alveolar destruction in the mandibular left central incisor, gingival recession with attachment loss and lack o fkeratinized tissue more accentuated in the crossbite teeth is described. This situation was caused by the traumatic position of the teeth, aggravated by a(More)
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