Vasilios A. Kontogeorgakos

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Pathological fractures after minor trauma in osteopenic patients are not uncommon, but fractures due to hypocalcemic convulsions in patients with renal insufficiency are relatively rare. Though similar cases have been reported in the literature, this type of fracture is still an unusual condition. The complex underlying pathophysiological mechanisms and the(More)
The aim of the present study is to evaluate the effects of erythropoietin to the collateral sprouting by using systemically delivered erythropoietin in an end-to-side nerve repair model. Forty-five rats were evaluated in four groups: (A) end-to-side neurorrhaphy only, (B) end-to-side neurorrhaphy and erythropoietin administration, (C) end-to-end(More)
A case of simultaneous bilateral scapula fractures and a femoral neck fracture of the right hip suffered during hypocalcemic convulsions in a 19-year-old male is presented. The medical history, the treatment, and his latest follow-up are reported. The treatment approaches of such fractures in renal osteodystrophy patients are discussed. Case report A case(More)
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