Intracranial hypertension (ICH) was systematized in four categories according to its aetiology and pathogenic mechanisms: parenchymatous ICH with an intrinsic cerebral cause; vascular ICH, which has its aetiology in disorders of...
Category: Issue 2
The paper discusses how information based medicine has become an increasingly important model of healthcare. Today’s patients are better informed and therefore play a more active role in their own healthcare, fuelling the...
Cerfolio et al defines main bronchial sleeve resection as circumferential resection of either right or left main bronchus and presents the indications for main bronchial sleeve resection – localized tumor lesions, benign...
Thalassaemia major is a classical example of a disease that can be prevented by prenatal diagnosis. In Romania there are currently 300 patients with thalassaemia major under the management of specialized institutions. Prenatal...
The sphincter of Oddi disorder (SOD) has been a controversial subject for many years, about which a lot has been written. However, new findings mainly using Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and sphincter of...
The following article, submitted in two complementary parts deals with an important and also modern concept developed under the name of damage-control surgery. Physiopathologically, the multiple injured patient is characterised...
Subphrenic abscess through esophageal leakage after laparoscopic initiated nissen fundoplication -Case presentation-
A 56-year-old man with a large paraesophageal hiatus hernia, treated in a foreign clinic with a Nissen fundoplication (when a lesion of the gastric fornix during laparoscopic dissection has determined conversion to open...
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