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Anesthesia and analgesia are as old as mankind itself. However, we now know that the true pioneer of surgical anesthesia through inhalation of ether was Doctor Crawford Williamson Long (1815–1878), who endeavored to help his profession and mankind without pursuing any reward or honor. Crawford...
Aim : The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) and HBO preconditioning (pre-HBO) on experimental wound healing and tensile strength in the colonic anastomosis of rats. Materials and Methods : A total of 21 Sprague–Dawley rats were divided into three...
Purpose : Lumbar disc herniation (LDH) is a common cause of low back pain and mainly occurs in patients aged 24 to 45 years. To further compare the efficacy of microdiscectomy and sequestrectomy, we made quantitative evaluation of clinical studies published so far by meta-analysis in order to...
Background: Although numerous recent advances in wound healing have highlighted the importance of adjunct therapies in maximizing healing potential, abnormal wound healing continues to cause significant expense, morbidity, and mortality. Objective: This study examines the effects of...
Aim: One of the most challenging research microsurgical techniques is the mouse kidney transplant however, very few laboratories have made use of this important model due to its difficulty. One of the main obstacles to utilizing this procedure is the high incidence of post-operative arterial...
Aim : Mature, differentiated enterocytes are essential for normal gut function and critical to recovery from pathological conditions. Little is known about the factors that regulate intestinal epithelial cell differentiation in the adult intestine. The transcription factor, Cdx2, involved in...
Purpose / Aim : This meta-analysis compares the clinical outcomes of surgical versus conservative treatment of displaced, 3- or 4-part, proximal humeral fractures. Materials and Methods : Medline, Cochrane, EMBASE, and Google Scholar were searched for studies published until October 2013,...
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