Stanislaw Dabrowiecki

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The Shouldice method and other tissue-based techniques are still acknowledged to be acceptable for primary inguinal hernia repair according to the European Hernia Society guidelines. Desarda’s technique, presented in 2001, is an original hernia repair method using an undetached strip of external oblique aponeurosis. This randomized trial compared outcomes(More)
BACKGROUND The etiology of inguinal hernia remains unclear. Research data indicate the presence of pathologic alterations within the connective tissue; their exact character remains the subject of dispute. The search for new methods to diagnose connective tissue abnormalities, and thoroughly explain the character of the ultrastructural alterations,(More)
In the last decade, in the search for abdominal-wall hernia etiology, attention has been brought to alterations in the connective tissue ultrastructure as the probable etiological factor. These may cause weakening of connective tissue, which in turn may form ground for hernia formation. To investigate this hypothesis in depth, we compared the ultrastructure(More)
Eske Aasvang Ricardo Z. Abdalla Jack Abrahamson David Adams Gina L. Adrales Mikko Ahtinen Marco Albán Jean-Henri Alexandre Bilal Alkhaffaf Rene Alvarez Rigoberto Alvarez Aurelia Miranda Alvarez Parviz K. Amid Richard Andrassy Georg Arlt Nick Armstrong Olivier Armstrong Jean-Pierre Arnaud Maurice Arregui Torsten Asmussen Robert Bailey Philip S. Barie(More)
J. Abrahamson D. Adams G. Adrales J.H. Alexandre A. Alvarez Miranda R. Alvarez P. Amid R. Andrassy K. Atani G. Arlt O. Armstrong N. Armstrongu M. Arregui S. Awad S. Bachman R. Bailey G. Ballantyne J. Barkun J. Bauer R.S. Baxt H.P. Becker J.M. Bellon C. Bellows R. Bendavid D. Berger K. BerghoV F. Berndsen P. Bertram R. Bittner A. Bhuller J. Braun G. Brochu(More)
BACKGROUND Current research data indicate that a hernia is a manifestation of a generalized polyethiological connective tissue pathology. The goal of this study was to demonstrate ultrastructural differences in tissues distant from the hernial defect. MATERIALS AND METHODS Biopsy specimens harvested upon thigh surgery from 12 males aged 25-65 y were(More)
The difficulties related to treatment of deep surgical site infection involve formation of biofilm on the surface of synthetic material. It is considered that in treatment of infections involving formation of biofilm, concomitant therapy shall be applied covering anti-inflammatory drugs. The purpose of the work was to assess the impact of diclofenac and(More)
INTRODUCTION Upper gastrointestinal tract bleeding (UGIB) remains a valid issue of modern medicine. The mortality and recurrence rates remain high and have not decreased as expected over the past decades. AIM OF THE STUDY to assess the treatment outcomes of nonvariceal UGIB depending on the timing of endoscopy (urgent vs. elective) and to perform an(More)
J. Abrahamson D. Adams G. Adrales J.H. Alexandre A. Alvarez Miranda R. Alvarez P. Amid R. Andrassy G. Arlt O. Armstrong M. Arregui S. Awad H.P. Becker J.M. Bellon C. Bellows R. Bendavid D. Berger R. Bittner T. Boemers J. Braun G. Brochu H. Bunzendahl G. Campanelli E. De Souza Cardoso S. Cemaj M. Carlson R. Cerutti G. Champault P.K. Chowbey J. Clarke A.(More)
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