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  • Oligometastatic adrenocortical carcinoma: the role of image-guided thermal ablation. [Journal Article]
    Eur Radiol. 2020 Jul 03 [Online ahead of print]Veltri A, Basile D, … Terzolo M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Image-guided ablation achieves adequate local tumor control of ACC liver and lung metastases, providing a safe and effective treatment option in the multidisciplinary management of the oligometastatic ACC.• Image-guided ablation allows adequate local tumor control in the oligometastatic adrenocortical carcinoma setting. • After percutaneous thermal ablation, complete ablation was achieved in 29 out of 30 lesions (97%). • Lesion size together with primary resection disease-free survival and hormonal secretion play a significant role in determining outcomes.
  • Predictors of respiratory complications in patients with C5-T5 spinal cord injuries. [Journal Article]
    Spinal Cord. 2020 Jun 24 [Online ahead of print]Sampol J, González-Viejo MÁ, … Ferrer J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Respiratory complications are common in traumatic spinal cord injuries between C5-T5. We identified previous respiratory disease, complete motor function impairment and the coexistence of thoracic trauma as predictors of respiratory complications. Identification of patients at risk might help clinicians to implement preventive strategies.
  • Case report: Evisceration of abdomen after blunt trauma. [Case Reports]
    Int J Surg Case Rep. 2020 Jun 01; 72:207-211.Ibrahim AH, Osman AJ, … Alghamdi H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients with high trauma mechanisms have high mortality and morbidity rate. Blunt injury with eviscerated abdominal contents requires prompt, expeditious, and timely intervention, particularly at the initial operative intervention with damage control procedures, both prompt management and structured approach, were tailored depending in the magnitude of the injury. A multidisciplinary approach is mandatory throughout the period of treatment until recovery and rehabilitation.
  • Case report of an unusual cause of chest pain in a 33 year old male. [Case Reports]
    Am J Emerg Med. 2020 May 07 [Online ahead of print]Lafleur J, Rutenberg A
  • Chest pain in low risk patients is a common ED presentation. Rarely, these patients can have life-threatening conditions requiring timely diagnosis and intervention. There are currently standardized protocols for diagnosing cardiac ischemia, pulmonary embolus, and aortic dissection in low risk patients. Even more rare entities such as esophageal perforation, hemo/pneumothorax, and cardiac tampona…
  • Blunt trauma related chest wall and pulmonary injuries: An overview. [Review]
    Chin J Traumatol. 2020 Jun; 23(3):125-138.Dogrul BN, Kiliccalan I, … Peker SC
  • Physical traumas are tragic and multifaceted injuries that suddenly threaten life. Although it is the third most common cause of death in all age groups, one out of four trauma patients die due to thoracic injury or its complications. Blunt injuries constitute the majority of chest trauma. This indicates the importance of chest trauma among all traumas. Blunt chest trauma is usually caused by mot…
  • Thymic Hematoma Found in a Wild Eurasian Otter (Lutra lutra). [Journal Article]
    J Wildl Dis. 2020 May 13 [Online ahead of print]Lee MK, Lee HC, … Hong IH
  • Thymic hematomas are uncommon in animals, and the few reported cases are all in dogs. In May 2019, we necropsied a wild Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) in Junju, Republic of Korea, and found a thymic hematoma without any signs of trauma or hemorrhage in other organs, except for a hemothorax. This study describes the macroscopic and microscopic examinations of a thymic hematoma in an Eurasian otter.
  • Pitfalls in the embolisation of a thyrocervical trunk bleeding: a case report. [Case Reports]
    Patient Saf Surg. 2020; 14:19.Perrucci L, Graziano M, … Galeotti R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our paper presents a rare contingency, warning the operator to bear in mind the presence of arteries feeding the spinal cord. This crucial detail precludes the use of microparticles embolisation to prevent neurologic sequelae, whereas the use of endovascular coils for embolization should be mandatory. Moreover, this case reminds that the post-traumatic bleeding deriving from a cervical trauma may also occur later.
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