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  • Low-Level Laser Therapy in the Treatment of Inferior Alveolar Nerve Paresthesia After Surgical Exeresis of a Complex Odontoma. [Case Reports]
    J Lasers Med Sci 2019; 10(4):342-345Girão Evangelista Í, Pontes Tabosa FB, … de Araújo Neto EV
  • CONCLUSIONS: It seems that the early initiation of the low-level laser therapy favors a better outcome in cases like the one presented in this paper. The technique of alternation of laser wavelengths between sessions seems to have some role in the outcome possibly because of the constant stimulation of different chromophores along the treatment course. These two factors need further confirmation and validation through randomized clinical trials.
  • Salvage resection of advanced mediastinal tumors. [Review]
    J Thorac Dis 2019; 11(Suppl 13):S1653-S1661Maurizi G, D'Andrilli A, … Rendina EA
  • The surgical treatment of locally advanced mediastinal tumors invading the great vessels and other nearby structures still represent a tricky question, principally due to the technical complexity of the resective phase, the contingent need to carry out viable vascular reconstructions and, therefore, the proper management of pathophysiologic issues. Published large-number series providing oncologi…
  • Familial Polyposis Coli: The Management of Desmoid Tumor Bleeding. [Journal Article]
    Open Med (Wars) 2019; 14:572-576Calogero A, Sagnelli C, … Dodaro CA
  • CONCLUSIONS: We propose a modulated approach to the single patient with FAP, with surgery as treatment of choice for parietal localization disease and integrating different kinds of therapies (surgery alone or associated with RT, CT) for the intra-abdominal tumor.
  • [Acute intestinal occlusion revealing abdominal pregnancy: a case study]. [Case Reports]
    Pan Afr Med J 2018; 31:155Sarr ISS, Faye M, … Dieng M
  • Abdominal pregnancy (AP) is defined as the implantation and the development of the fertilized egg in the peritoneal cavity. It is a rare type of ectopic pregnancy, whose detection can be fortuitous, mimicking surgical emergency. We report a rare case of acute febrile bowel obstruction revealing abdominal pregnancy in a 27-year old patient, with no particular past medical history, admitted to hosp…
  • An update on thymectomy in myasthenia gravis. [Journal Article]
    Expert Rev Neurother 2019; 19(9):823-833Evoli A, Meacci E
  • Introduction: Myasthenia gravis (MG) is one of the best treatable autoimmune diseases. However, in most patients, treatment is necessarily long-term and related side effects are a serious burden. Thymectomy has a special place in the disease management as a non-pharmacological disease-modifying therapy. For several decades, its role has only been supported by observational studies. Despite the re…
  • [Free latissimus dorsi flap lacing and local care in two-stage scalp reconstruction]. [Journal Article]
    Ann Chir Plast Esthet 2019; 64(4):380-383Véleine Y, Chiriac S, … François C
  • Surgical treatment of large and multiple lesions of irradiated scalp may require subtotal scalp exeresis and reconstruction in two-stage free flap surgery: harvesting and placing the flap first, then scalp removing and defect covering in a second step. This strategy raises the question of how to care the flap between the two surgeries. We report an original technique of free latissimus dorsi flap…
  • [Arterial sinus pericranii. First case report]. [Case Reports]
    Cir Pediatr 2019; 32(1):49-52Nava FB, Barrial M, … López Gutiérrez JC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Since its first description, SP has been classified and described in the literature as a venous malformation. Although morphologically may resemble a SP, histologically and immunohistochemically it corresponds to an arteriovenous malformation with intracranial arterial connection. It is especially important to know how to diagnose this type of cranial malformations because their long-term evolution will depend on correct management and initial follow-up.
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