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  • Operative results and patient satisfaction after robotic pancreaticoduodenectomy. [Journal Article]
    Asian J Surg 2019Shyr BU, Shyr BS, … Wang SE
  • CONCLUSIONS: RPD is a feasible procedure with acceptable surgical outcomes. This patient survey with high patient satisfaction rates indicates that RPD provides acceptable satisfaction results, and the robotic approach for a major operation such as RPD has probably a higher priority than cost concerns. RPD could be recommended not only to surgeons but also to patients in terms of surgical outcomes and patient satisfaction.
  • De Garengeot's hernia: Case report and literature review. [Journal Article]
    Int J Surg Case Rep 2019; 64:58-61Bustamante Recuenco C, García-Quijada García J, … Jover Navalón JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: This type of hernia is often unexpected and its preoperative diagnosis is difficult to perform. In most cases the clinical picture is indistinguishable from a common incarcerated hernia. Contrast-enhanced CT is the most useful complementary test, although it is not as accurate as desirable, so the diagnosis is frequently found intraoperatively. There is a wide variety of surgical options and there is no consensus on the most appropriate one. The preperitoneal approach enables the performance of an appendectomy and subsequent hernia reparation. The use of prosthesis should be considered if there are no signs of perforation or abscess.De Garengeot's hernia is a very rare entity. The diagnosis and subsequent surgical treatment must be early to prevent the disease progression. The preperitoneal approach should be considered as the first choice technique, as it allows the exploration of the herniated sac and the performance of surgical procedures on its content.
  • Deep Neck Inflammation: Probable Kawasaki Disease in Korean Children. [Journal Article]
    Clin Exp Otorhinolaryngol 2019Lim S, Lee NY, … Kang JH
  • CONCLUSIONS: A quarter of children presenting with deep neck inflammation were diagnosed with KD. KD should be considered in children showing deep neck inflammation unresponsive to empirical antibiotic therapy after 3 days, especially in those presenting with deep neck cellulitis rather than deep neck abscess.
  • Clinical characteristics and outcomes of paediatric orbital cellulitis in Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia: a five-year review. [Journal Article]
    Singapore Med J 2019Mohd-Ilham I, Muhd-Syafi AB, … Shatriah I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Young boys were found to be more commonly affected by orbital cellulitis than young girls. Staphylococcus aureus was the most common isolated micro-organism. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and Burkholderia pseudomallei caused severe infection. Sinusitis and upper respiratory tract infection were the most common predisposing factors. A majority of the children improved with medical treatment alone. Our findings are in slight disagreement with other published reports on paediatric orbital cellulitis, especially from the Asian region.
  • Spinal Cord Stimulator Infection: Approach to Diagnosis, Management, and Prevention. [Journal Article]
    Clin Infect Dis 2019Esquer Garrigos Z, Farid S, … Sohail MR
  • Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is the most utilized invasive electrical neuromodulation treatment for the management of refractory chronic pain syndromes. Infection is one of the most dreaded complications related to SCS implantation; and may prevent patients from receiving adequate pain treatment, adding to the initial cost and disability. Most SCS infections present as generator pocket infection…
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