R Janoušek

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Authors present their experience with combined trombolytic-surgical treatment of acute ischaemia of low extremity based on trombosis of popliteal artery aneurysm. This treatment was performed in three patients. Authors compare results of intraarterial catheter pharmacological trombolysis of infrapopliteal arteries with indirect surgical trombolysis.
The authors present a case report of long- term follow up of 66-year old male with the abdominal aortic aneurysm treated with aortouniiliac stent-graft implantation in combination with the cross-over femoro-femoral bypass 14 years ago. Various leaks type Ia, IIb and III developed during follow-up. In spite of endovascular treatment of these complications(More)
There is discussed case of malignant paraganglioma with cervical lymph node metastasis that was complicated by mistake during peroperative histology. Peroperative histological examination revealed metastasis of medular carcinoma of thyroid gland. Total thyroidectomy was performed. Postoperative histological assessment revealed metastasis of carotic(More)
Mesenteric artery embolisation is serious complication of heart diseases. Its mortality is almost 95%. Diagnostics of mesenteric artery embolisation is based not only on clinical examination, but also on CT scan. Presence of the gas in portal and mesenteric venous basin is very suspected from vascular ileus. This sign can be very helpful in diagnostics and(More)
To determine whether PHEMA [poly(2-hydroxyethylmethacrylate)] is suitable for portal vein embolization in patients scheduled to right hepatectomy and whether it is as effective as the currently used agent (a histoacryl/lipiodol mixture). Two groups of nine patients each scheduled for extended right hepatectomy for primary or secondary hepatic tumor, had(More)
PURPOSE Presentation of our own experience with percutaneous treatment of symptomatic bile-duct stones like late complication in patients with biliodigestive anastomosis. METHOD Three symptomatic female patients with biliodigestive anastomosis and acutely symptomatic with proven bile-duct stones above anastomosis were treated with initial percutaneous(More)
The aim of this article is to evaluate the occurrence of complications following diagnostic and therapeutic ERCP's and their treatment. It is based on data collected between January 1, 1998 and December 31, 2002, during which time period the Surgical Clinic in Pardubice completed 18 surgical procedures on patients experiencing post-ERCP complications. The(More)
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