P Boschini

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Recent epidemiological studies show, quite surprisingly, a regression in mortality rates for lung cancer in some of the most industrialized countries of the world. Aetiopathogenetic analogies are made by the Authors in order to verify future trends concerning the incidence of laryngeal cancer in Italy. In this study a particular study model, which furnishes(More)
The Authors describe a case of primary isolated non-Hodgkin lymphoma with sphenoidal presentation. According to literature, this is the third specification quoted in the whole world. The diagnostic approach for this clinical entity is emphasized, stressing the importance of the complete radiological and endoscopic work-up.
The Authors reviewed the personal surgical series about three hundred ninety-nine nonmelanoma skin cancers of the head and neck, examined from 1984 to 1993. The commonest histologic types were basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). The median age was 70 and 69 years and the male to female ratio was 2:1 and 3:1, respectively for BCC(More)
Otosclerosis is, per se, a disease which rarely occurs after the age of 50. This is why stapes surgery is seldom performed in advanced age and there are few reports on the topic in the literature. The authors have performed a retrospective analysis of patients over the age of 65 who had undergone surgery for otosclerosis in the last 27 years. Out of a total(More)
Reconstruction following excision of tumors of the orbital-maxillary region represents a challenge to the head and neck surgeons. Microvascular techniques have significantly improved the possibilities of an adequate three-dimensional repair. Among the different available options, the latissimus dorsi myocutaneous flap (LDMF) has been considered, as it seems(More)
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