P J Cardillo

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Male breast cancer is a rare neoplasm. Adhesions in its deeper and superficial levels and axillary adenopathies (50-60%) are often found at the diagnosis time. Surgery is considered the main step in the treatment of the male breast cancer. Radical mastectomy often leads to a wide asportation of the skin consequently causing some problems in the management(More)
Systematic work on the synthesis and characterization of two series (referred to as type A and B) of poly(amido-amine)s with tertiary amino-groups in the main chain is reported. The polymers were synthesized by polyaddition of alpha, omega-bis-(methyl-amino) alkanes with 1,4-bis-acryloylpiperazine (type A) and 1,12-bis-acryloyl-n-diaminododecane (type B).(More)
Although clinical staging of neoplastic diseases has long remained the only approach to prognosis and treatment, parameters for stage determination, such as tumor size (T) and lymph-node involvement (N), do not always provide effective indication of optimal treatment. Molecular medicine has also provided useful indications as to an alternative and/or(More)
Accidental events concerning process industries can affect not only the staff working in, but also the environment and people living next to the factory. For this reason a regulation is imposed by the European Community to prevent accidents that could represent a risk for the population and the environment. In particular, Directive 96/82/CE, the so-called(More)
Breast cancer represents 40% of all carcinomas and is responsible for the 20% of deads due to a cancer in female population. Patients in more of 50% age over 65 years. 150 patients with breast cancer older then 65 years underwent surgery. T1 and T2 < 2 cm patients were treated with quadrantectomy and radiotherapy. T2 > 2 cm and T3 patients underwent radical(More)
The aim of the study was the evaluate of results of 2000 surgical operations for ano-rectal disease performed in the day-surgery setting (7-24 hours hospital stay) with improvement of both cost effectiveness and patient comfort. From January 1980 to December 1998, 2000 patients underwent surgical operations: 1011 for haemorrhoids; 708 for anal fissure; 172(More)
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