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Intravascular fasciitis is one of the benign myofibroblastic pseudosarcomatous proliferations, among which nodular fasciitis is the prototype. These lesions are important as they may mimic a variety of sarcomas and other lesions on both clinical and pathologic grounds. This report describes the...
The authors document a unique cause for left renal vein hypertension and hematuria in a 66-year-old woman presenting with abdominal pain, pulsatile mass, and hematuria. A computer tomographic scan of the abdomen revealed, in association with a 5.3-cm fusiform abdominal aortic aneurysm, a...
Profunda femoris artery (PFA) aneurysms are extremely uncommon. In contrast to other peripheral artery aneurysms, they frequently are symptomatic and prone to rupture. Ultrasonography is the diagnostic modality of choice, and is complemented by other imaging methods. Surgical treatment is...
The authors report four cases of renal tumors with intracaval and intracardiac extensions that can be removed successfully during cardiopulmonary bypass surgery. The management was relatively simple: mild hypothermia, empty heartbeat, monocaval cannulation, and no circulatory arrest. Bleeding...
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO) has been used to promote healing of cutaneous ulcers secondary to diabetes mellitus, ionized radiation exposure injuries, gas gangrene, crush injuries, and necrotizing fasciitis. Despite the beneficial effects of HBO, there have been conflicting clinical...
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