Category: Issue 1
Growth factors have represented an essential issue of interest for the researchers and clinicians in orthopedics and trauma over the last 40 years. In the last 10 to 15 years, the advances registered in this field have permitted...
Introduction: Salter Harris Fractures type, especially type Ⅰ and Ⅱ are treated by orthopedic reduction in the emergency room or operating room, under general anesthesia, followed by plaster immobilization....
Context. The complex of symptoms in pancreatic cancer is vague, which often delays presentation and diagnosis. Thrombophlebitis is an unusual presentation of pancreatic cancer, which appears more frequent in the cancer of the...
Atopic dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory disease, usually associated with a personal or family history of atopic diseases such as AD, allergic rhinitis or asthma that most commonly arise in childhood and present with elevated...
Evaluation of successful treatment in achalasia with timed barium esophagogram: revisiting an old friend
Achalasia is a rare idiopathic, primary esophageal motility disorder. Pharmacologic, endoscopic and surgical methods are used in its treatment. The efficiency of the treatment is generally based on clinical...
By establishing the renal suppletion procedure, the patients with chronic renal failure also have an acceleration of arterial hypertension phenomena. The management of this situation calls for the understanding of the...
TURis plasma vaporization in non–muscle invasive bladder cancer–the first Romanian experience with a new technique
Introduction: The development of bipolar resection using saline irrigation provided significant improvements in NMIBT treatment. The aim of our study was to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a newly introduced endoscopic...
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