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Clinical significance of isolated sternal fracture.
BACKGROUND Isolated sternal fractures (ISF) are uncommon injuries and after exclusion of other concomitant injuries, ISF can be classified as harmless injuries, and can be treated on outpatientExpand
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Surgical treatment of pleural empyema according to disease stage.
UNLABELLED Para pneumonic effusions are often complications of bacterial pneumonia, occurring in 5-50% patients and in 15% cases it can progress into pleural empyema. Pleural empyema treatmentExpand
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Effects of Neoadjuvant Therapy After the Initial Assessment of Operability in Patients with Borderline Operable and Inoperable Stage IIIA Non-small Lung Cancer
Introduction: Lung cancer is a neoplasm with the highest mortality rate in the world. The role of neoadjuvant therapy in patients with initially assessed borderline operable or inoperable lung cancerExpand
Acute descending necrotizing mediastinitis as a complication of the retropharyngeal abscess caused by anaerobes
Descending necrotizing mediastinitis (DNM) is a rare, life-threatening form of mediastinitis caused by odontogenic, pharyngeal, or cervical infections. The retropharyngeal space is the most commonExpand
Radiofrequency Assisted Hepatic Parenchyma Resection Using Radiofrequent Generator (RF) Generator
Introduction: The role of Radio frequent Generator (RF) has been extended from simple tumor ablation to routine hepatic resection. RF energy precoagulates the tissue and thus allows the closure ofExpand
Solitarni fibrozni tumor SOLITARY FIBROUS TUMORS
927AbstractThe solitary fibrous tumors (STF) are mesen-himal neoplasm. In 2002, WHO classified STF in two groups: benign and malignant. Patohistologi-cal classification is based on threeExpand