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  • Median Perforating Canal in Human Mandible. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Craniofac Surg 2019; 30(5):e430-e432
  • Marzook HA, El-Gendy AA, Darweesh FRS
  • Surgical interventions in the anterior region of the human mandible are associated with many complications. Some anatomical structures like the median perforating canal were discovered in mammals. Su…
  • Patterns in ano-rectal dose maps and the risk of late toxicity after prostate IMRT. [Journal Article]
  • AOActa Oncol 2019 Jul 12; :1-8
  • Onjukka E, Fiorino C, … Rancati T
  • CONCLUSIONS: To avoid fecal incontinence it is important to limit the portion of the anal canal irradiated. Our analysis confirms that rectal bleeding is a function of similar spatial dose parameters for patients treated with IMRT, compared to previous studies on patients treated with three-dimensional conformal radiotherapy.
  • [Effect of pre-existing adjacent segment degeneration on short-term effectiveness after lumbar fusion surgery]. [Journal Article]
  • ZXZhongguo Xiu Fu Chong Jian Wai Ke Za Zhi 2019 Jul 15; 33(7):837-844
  • Sun Z, Li W, … Sun C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pre-existing mild spinal stenosis in adjacent segment can significantly affect the effectiveness, and can significantly increase the risk of ASD early after operation. The main pathological type of ASD was the severity of adjacent segment spinal stenosis. For preoperative assessment of pre-existing degeneration, we should evaluate the overall degeneration of the adjacent segment of the spinal canal, rather than simply evaluating the degeneration of the adjacent disc and facet joints.
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