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Surgical Removal of an Aortic Foreign Body

In this report, a case involving surgical removal of an aortic foreign body will be presented and a review of vascular surgery will be discussed. The main objective of vascular surgery is to restore ... restore the circu­ lation to normal function in the tissues where the blood supply has been interrupt­ ed or obstructed. Vascular surgery can be relatively simple and rewarding if some basic principles are

Reconstructive Intracranial Vascular Surgery

It is scarcely less than two decades since the initial cautious explorations of reconstructive surgery for the prevention of cerebral infarction caused by extracranial vascular disease began. The ... MCV QUARTERLY Reconstructive lntracranial Vascular Surgery* JOHN M. TEW 0 F.A.C.S. 0 0 Instructor in Surgery, Division of Neurosurgery, University of Cincinnati Medical Center; Assistant Director

Preoperative statins are associated with a reduced risk of postoperative delirium following vascular surgery

Delirium is a common complication of vascular surgery. The protective effect of preoperative statins on delirium after vascular surgery is controversial. The authors hypothesized that preoperative

First-line chemotherapy regimens for locally advanced and metastatic pancreatic adenocarcinoma: a Bayesian analysis

Interventional Radiology and Vascular Surgery, Peking University First Hospital, 5Department of Cancer Epidemiology and Health Statistics, 6State Key Laboratory of Molecular Oncology, National Cancer Center/Cancer ... ,9 Cuiling Zheng,10 Yingtai Chen,1 Chengfeng Wang1 1Department of Pancreatic and Gastric Surgery, National Cancer Center/Cancer Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical

Beta-blockers and perioperative outcomes in vascular surgery

pertinent evidence on the potential benefits of perioperative use of betablockers (BB) in patients undergoing non-cardiac vascular surgery, and conclude that BB may be protective against myocardial ischemia ... conclusion, we believe that perioperative use of BB should not be routinely used in vascular and endovascular surgery. Future research should focus on potential beneficial effects in selected groups of

Dilating Vascular Diseases: Pathophysiology and Clinical Aspects

territory is another vessel disease. Varicocele, pelvic, and peripheral varicose veins and hemorrhoids are aneurysms of the venous vascular regions and have been defined as dilating venous disease, recently ... Arterial Diseases, in collaboration with the European Society for Vascular Surgery (ESVS)Document covering atherosclerotic disease of extracranial carotid and vertebral, mesenteric, renal, upper and lower

Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Presenting as a Pulsatile Neck Mass: a Case Report and Review of Literature

. As described in this case, management of a suspected connective tissue disorder is a multidisciplinary approach including vascular surgery, medical therapy, and genetic testing to confirm the diagnosis ... , and vascular surgery were consulted. The patient’s clinical picture was thought to be most consistent with vEDS. After multidisciplinary discussions, the patient underwent an urgent open ligation of the

The elevated glutaminolysis of bladder cancer and T cells in a simulated tumor microenvironment contributes to the up-regulation of PD-L1 expression by interferon-γ

, Qingdao, Shandong 266003, China; 2Department of Urology, Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University, Qingdao, Shandong 266003, China; 3Department of Vascular Surgery, Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao

A Rare Case of Vascular Leiomyosarcoma Originating from a Branch Vessel of the External Iliac Vein

left external iliac vein. The patient has remained free from recurrence at 30 months after surgery. ... computed tomography scan showed abnormal integration at the tumor site. Before surgery, we discussed with the vascular surgeons how to deal with the left iliac vein. In general, blood vessel reconstruction

Arteriovenous Malformation Pulmonary (AVM) in a Post-Cesarean Woman: Intensive Care and Urgent Surgery Operation

The AVM is a rare congenital disease that often affects the brain and only rarely we find in other organs. In this pathology there is an alteration of the vascular system, with the arteries ... , necessitating emergency surgery and subsequent intensive care. Keywords: Arteriovenus Malformations ,   Pulmonary AVM ,   Post-cesarean ,   Hemotorax ,   Hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia

Morphology regulation in vascular endothelial cells

Morphological change in endothelial cells is an initial and crucial step in the process of establishing a functional vascular network. Following or associated with differentiation and proliferation ... vessels, subsequently forming a perfusable vascular tube. In vivo and in vitro studies have begun to outline the underlying genetic and signaling mechanisms behind endothelial cell morphology regulation

Vascular Plants of the Whipple Mountains

works at: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/aliso Part of the Biodiversity Commons, and the Botany Commons - VASCULAR PLANTS OF THE WHIPPLE MOUNTAINS SARAH J. DE GROOT The Sonoran and Mojave deserts ... S.J. De Groot 3059. Sixty-eight families of vascular plants, as recognized by Thorne with Reveal (2005) and Hoogland and Reveal (2005; see also Baldwin et al. 2002 ) were represented . There were 376

Paraneoplastic Acral Vascular Syndrome

association of these syndromes with high-grade malignancy. We describe the case of a patient presenting with para neoplastic acral vascular syndrome (PAVS) in association with primary ovarian carcimona.1.2 Case

Modified Vascular Injection Procedure

the in­ tact animal. The reason for this was that when the elasticity of the vessels was de­ stroyed, they became very porous. The por­ ous vessel walls together with the peri­ vascular hydrophilic

Initiale Diagnostik und Indikationsstellung zur Anti-Vascular-Endothelial Growth-Factor-Therapie bei Netzhauterkrankungen

BackgroundThe ORCA module of the non-interventional OCEAN study investigated the use of retinal imaging diagnostics in the clinical treatment of patients undergoing vascular endothelial growth factor ... OCEAN-Studie untersucht den Einsatz der bildgebenden Diagnostik in der klinischen Versorgung bei Patienten unter VEGF(„vascular endothelial growth factor“)-Hemmer-Behandlung. In der vorliegenden Arbeit

Xenografts in septic vascular surgery

Background In general, autologous veins are the optimal replacement material for an infected vascular graft in terms of handling, durability and resistance to reinfection. In the absence of suitable ... aneurysm formation, as well as high occlusion rates (particularly in peripheral areas). In view of the age and comorbidity-related reduction in life expectancy among patients requiring vascular surgery due

Severe adhesions and advanced laparoscopic surgery

hydrodistension test revealed symptoms of early interstitial cystitis. Estimated blood loss was 800 and operative time 5 hours 23 minutes. The case demonstrates the potential of minimal invasive surgery in a case ... laparoscopic surgery gynecologic surgeons were among the pioneers of laparoscopic intervention for different types of benign disorders. With more than two decades since the first “laparoscopic” hysterectomy

Hepatic Surgery Facilitated by a New Jet Dissector

HEPATIC SURGERY FACILITATED BY A NEW JET DISSECTOR 0 Inselspital , 3010 Berne , Switzerland 1 H.U. BAER, G.J. MADDERN and L.H. BLUMGART Department Increasing experience with major hepatic ... are directed towards isolation and control of the vascular elements arising from the portal pedicles and of the major veins draining the liver into the vena cava. Methods of gaining such control include

Hepatic Surgery in the Ussr

HEPATIC SURGERY IN THE USSR EDUARD I. GALPERIN SUREN R. KARAGIULIAN The history of hepatic surgery in the USSR goes back to the work of Russian surgeons in the late nineteenth century. The first ... successful liver resection was performed in Russia by N.V. Sklifosovsky in 1889, further contributions to surgery of the liver were made by M.M. Kuznetsov and V.R. Pensky who suggested the hepatic suture