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Background . Recombinant interleukin-2 (rIL-2) therapy for advanced malignancy is usually associated with a vascular leak syndrome (VLS) similar to that seen in severe sepsis. We investigated the possibility that the IL-2-induced VLS may be associated with the presence of circulating activated...
Background . Synthetic conduits made from currently available materials are suboptimal for use in small-diameter vascular reconstruction because of their high surface thrombogenicity, which leads to failure. Methods . In this study control, heparin-irrigated, or heparin-bonded expanded...
Background . After curative resection for pancreatic cancer, only 10% of patients survive disease for 5 years. These dismal results suggest the presence of occult tumor at the time of initial operation. This phase I/II study was conducted to compare traditional exploratory laparotomy with...
Background . Roux-en- Y gastric bypass (RYGB) results in sustained weight loss and amelioration of comorbid conditions in patients with clinically severe obesity. The mechanism of weight loss after RYGB is not well defined. The objective of this study was to document the changes in measured...
Background . Primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) is associated with an increased bone turnover. The simultaneous use of biochemical and bone mass measurements before and after parathyroidectomy is sparsely reported. This study was carried out to evaluate changes in bone mass and markers of bone...
Background . It is known that the pancreatic enzyme trypsin can cleave components of the complement system, producing the chemokines C3a and C5a. In the setting of experimental acute pancreatitis, we analyzed the contribution of serum trypsin to systemic complement activation and its importance...
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