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  • Endoscopic vacuum-assisted closure therapy for the treatment of oesophageal anastomotic leaks. [Case Reports]
    Acta Gastroenterol Belg 2019 Oct-Dec; 82(4):529-531Struyve M, De Vloo C, … Roelandt P
  • Persisting suture dehiscence with oesophageal anastomotic leaks after thoracic surgery is a difficult complication, especially when a surgical repair fails. We report here endoscopic vacuum-assisted closure therapy as a novel endoscopic treatment for the management of oesophageal anastomotic leaks. Endoscopic vacuum-assisted closure therapy is a minimally invasive method to treat anastomotic leak…
  • Topographical variations of the incisive canal and nasopalatine duct in human fetuses. [Journal Article]
    Anat Cell Biol 2019; 52(4):426-435Kim JH, Shibata S, … Rodríguez-Vázquez JF
  • The incisive canal for nerves and vessels is generally thought to run along a suture between the incisive bone (IN) and maxilla. In contrast, there was a report saying the canal passes through the IN or primary palate in human fetuses. Examination of sagittal and frontal sections from 69 fetuses (31 of gestational age [GA] 9-15 weeks and 38 of GA 26-34 weeks) showed that the canal often penetrate…
  • Novel technique of fixing intracorneal rings segments after migration. [Journal Article]
    BMJ Case Rep 2020; 13(1)Agarwal P, Subudhi P, Mithal N
  • A 38-year-old patient with a history of non-progressive keratoconus in the left eye presented to us with an uncorrected visual acuity of 20/400, which improved to 20/60 with pinhole. We planned for intracorneal rings segment in the left eye. Postoperatively uncorrected visual acuity improved to 20/30. The patient presented 2 weeks later with severely decreased vision to 20/100 and migration of in…
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