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Background. It has been suggested that fluid resuscitation before surgical control of hemorrhage may lead to increased bleeding because of the elevated blood pressures and clotting factor dilution. This study was designed to assess the effects of isotonic saline solution resuscitation on blood...
Background The increasing success of renal transplantation is paralleled by the increased size of the waiting list. Efforts to increase the donor pool have included the use of living-underlated kidney donors (LURDs). Methods. During a 12-year period our center performed 309 transplantations from...
Background. Hepatocyte growth factor (HGF) plays a key role in the regulation of liver regeneration after hepatocyte damage. Changes in HGF production reflect the status of the, regeneration process. Methods. Serum concentrations of HGF and energy substrates were measured during and after liver...
Background. Major hepatic resection for biliary tract carcinoma continues to be a risky operation. In this study we examined the influence of preoperative intrahepatic segmental cholangitis on posthepatectomy mortality. Methods. We analyzed retrospectively the clinical features of 118 patients...
Background . The use of minimal access surgery for repair of groin hernias is controversial. The aim of this study was to compare endoscopic tension-free hernia repair with open tesion-free hernia repair within a randomized clinical trial. Methods . One hundred twenty patients were randomized by...
Background. The optimal management of common bile duct stones in patients undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy remains controversial. Methods. A prospective study was conducted in 145 of the 481 patients who had a preoperative endoscopic retrograde cholangiogram before their laparoscopic...
Background. A prospective evaluation of the liver by preoperative ultrasonography, conventional computed tomography (CT), and continuous CT angiography (CCTA) was performed in 60 patients with primary or secondary colorectal carcinoma. Methods. The standards of reference were palpation of the...
Background. This study shows increased infiltration of mast cells in the walls of varicose veins in the lower limbs as an explanation of the pathogenesis of varix formation. Methods. Great saphenous veins exhibiting varicosity were histologically examined after vein stripping surgery, and the...
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