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  • Interfemur variation of bone mineral density in patients receiving high-dose thyroxin therapy. [Journal Article]
    Calcif Tissue Int 1998; 63(2):98-101Goerres G, Theiler R, Müller-Brand J
  • In order to evaluate the interfemoral variability of bone mineral density (BMD) in patients receiving thyroxin (T4) replacement therapy, dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) was performed on both hips and the lumbar spine of 114 individuals. BMD was measured in 47 patients under T4 therapy in suppressive doses because of histologically proven thyroid cancer and 67 age-matched controls free of a…
  • [A case of artero-ureteral fistula. Review of the literature]. [Case Reports]
    J Urol (Paris) 1990; 96(1):55-9Bodak A, Levot E, … Lagneau P
  • We report a case of a 78-year old male patient with a history of hematuria. Diagnosis of a shunt between a left common iliac artery aneurysm and the ipsilateral ureter was arrived at on the basis of arteriographic findings. Surgery consisted in ligating the left ureter proximal and distal to its communication with the aneurysm (left kidney silent on intravenous urogram), in closing the arterial o…
  • [Crossed iliofemoral bypass]. [Journal Article]
    J Chir (Paris) 1984; 121(5):375-7Enon B, Chevalier JM, … Pillet J
  • Crossed shunts between the two femoral axes constitute a useful safeguard in unilateral iliac occlusions when the abdominal approach is contraindicated. Hemodynamic considerations suggest the need for iliac implantation from the donor side. This simple technique does not complicate the operation and provides a more satisfactory result than the interfemoral shunt.
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