Objective. To delineate the psychological profile of individuals with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Method. A triple questionnaire of 614 items (including psychological and medical ones) was given to 10192 respondents and the...
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Endoprosthetic reconstructive surgery with medical grade long term implantable silicone in facial asymmetry
The authors present their experience over a period of 13 years (1998-2011) regarding a cohort of 54 patients. In an extensive loss of tissues resulted from congenital malformations (maxillary and mandibular malformations, micro...
Patients with extensive burns (TBSA over 45%) can benefit from treatment with split thickness skin allotransplants (skin bank or honorific donors). In this study, we present our protocols for the surgical treatment by using...
The cholinergic and nitrergic phenotypes in human fetal ganglia (inferior) of the glossopharyngeal and vagus nerves were overlooked in basic research. Lack of a positive neuronal NO synthase (nNOS) phenotype in the inferior...
Background: Otitis media with effusion (OME) is one of the most frequently met pathologies in small children. Long-term persistence of the liquid in the middle ear cavity correlates with the impairment in speech acquisition and...
Neuromarketing techniques in pharmaceutical drugs advertising. A discussion and agenda for future research
Recent years have seen an “explosion” in the abilities of scientists to use neuroscience in new domains. Unfortunately, it is little known and reported on how advertising companies make more effective pharmaceutical...
Functional implications of radical neck dissection and the impact on the quality of life for patients with head and neck neoplasia
Radical neck dissection is a concept that was presented in 1906 by GW Crile and suffered constant improvement ever since. The surgical oncology procedure included the resection of the internal jugular vein, the...
Clinical particularities and response to the anti-inflammatory effect of antiviral treatment in patients with Chronic Hepatitis C and Rheumatoid Syndrome
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is an important cause for the development of serious hepatic disease such as chronic hepatitis and liver cirrhosis. Though the pathological mechanisms are poorly understood, it is well established that...
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