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  • Parapoxviral vulvovaginitis in Holstein cows. [Journal Article]
  • JVJ Vet Diagn Invest 2018 Feb 01; :1040638718758829
  • Moeller RB, Crossley B, … Blanchard PC
  • A group of Holstein first-calved heifers developed small pustules and ulcers on the vulva and in the vagina during the first 1-4 wk postpartum. The lesions varied from small red pinpoint foci to pust...
  • Experimental in Vivo Models of Candidiasis. [Review]
  • JFJ Fungi (Basel) 2018 Feb 06; 4(1)
  • Segal E, Frenkel M
  • Candidiasis is a multifaceted fungal disease including mucosal-cutaneous, visceral, and disseminated infections caused by yeast species of the genus Candida. Candida infections are among the most com...
  • Initial experience with single-port robotic hysterectomy. [Journal Article]
  • EEinstein (Sao Paulo) 2017 Oct-Dec; 15(4):476-480
  • Gomes MTV, Machado AMN, … Barison GAS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although this study merely presented an initial series of patients submitted to robotic single-port surgery, it demonstrated that the method is feasible and safe, suggesting the possible use of this technique in elective hysterectomy and other gynecological procedures in the future, as described in large reference centers of advanced surgery worldwide. Specifically, in gynecological practice, existing evidence on the use of robot-assisted, single-port surgery seems promising, and although it is not indicated in all cases, it should be considered as a surgical option. Nonetheless, further randomized and controlled clinical studies are necessary to establish the preeminence of robot-assisted, single-port surgery versus single-incision and conventional laparoscopy.
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