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  • Ultrasonography-guided anterior approach for axillary nerve blockade: An anatomical study. [Journal Article]
    Clin Anat 2019González-Arnay E, Jiménez-Sánchez L, … Fajardo-Pérez M
  • Combined ultrasound (US)-guided blockade of the suprascapular and axillary nerves (ANs) has been proposed as an alternative to interscalene blockade for pain control in shoulder joint pathology or postsurgical care. This technique could help avoid respiratory complications and/or almost total upper limb palsy. Nowadays, the AN blockade is mostly performed using an in-plane caudal-to-cephalic appr…
  • [Laparoscopic resection of persistent patent urachus]. [Case Reports]
    Orv Hetil 2015; 156(38):1547-50Lukovich P, Harsányi L
  • The urachus in the foetus is a fibromuscular duct, which connects the allantois to the bladder and it is usually occluded in the 4-5th gestation months. Incomplete occlusion of the urachus at the time of birth is considered to be physiological, but later it can lead to recurrent discharge and inflammation of the umbilicus. To establish the diagnosis, ultrasound is the first examination of choice.…
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