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Background: Urinary–vaginal fistula is one of the most common and dreaded complications of obstetric trauma in developing countries. Management of these fistulas is complicated by the presence of substantial urethral loss and the tendency of the repair to break down. Study Design: We...
Background: Necrotizing fasciitis (NF) has been associated with certain “hard” clinical signs (hypotension, crepitance, skin necrosis, bullae, and gas on x-ray), but these may not always be present. Using results of a previous study, we developed a simple model to serve as an adjunctive tool...
The recently published guidelines of the National Kidney Foundation–Dialysis Outcome Quality Initiative have focused on improving patient outcomes and survival by providing recommendations for optimal clinical practice. These guidelines firmly endorse the establishment of autogenous...
Background: During the past 10 years, numerous clinical studies have supported the use of continuous monofilament fascial closure after laparotomy. Because of the increased incidence of surgical-site infections and other acute wound complications in the morbidly obese, these patients are well...
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