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Although low-energy extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is widely used to treat a variety of soft tissue disorders, no precise algorithm has been accepted in clinical management. Furthermore, the clinical use of a new generation pneumatic device has not yet been evaluated. We performed a double blind randomised controlled trial on a group of 25(More)
A prospective study made 57 measurements of cerebral blood flow (CBF) by Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) in post-traumatic patients. The aim of the investigation was to evaluate CBF in patients after minor craniocerebral trauma (mCCT) to ascertain the clinicotopographic correlation of the CBF changes, and to study SPECT in comparison with(More)
Gunshot injuries are quite common nowadays. Increasing numbers of high-pressure injection injuries are also being observed with a good correlation with industrial progress. High-pressure devices produce pressures and velocities of fluid streams similar to those generated in firearms. However, no missile plays a part in high-pressure injection injuries. We(More)
A detailed analysis of 234 trauma patients who died after being admitted to the Department of Trauma Surgery in 1990-1996 has been performed in prospective studies. Among all fatalities multiple injuries have been diagnosed in 86 persons (36.7%) while single injuries have been found in 148 persons (63.3%). The mean Injury Severity Score (ISS) was 18.(More)
An unusual case of simultaneous multifocal rupture of the oesophagus, stomach and diaphragm after blunt trauma is described. The characteristic computed tomography scans (with intraluminal contrast application) of the ruptured oesophagus are shown, and successful management is presented.
Major vascular injuries in extremities are rare and constitute problems for surgeons and their sequelae strongly influence remote future of the patients. The aim of study is to evaluate surgical treatment of vascular injuries in extremities and some aspects of quality of life. Since 1983 until 2002 sixty four patients with vascular limbs injuries were(More)
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