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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 32 from Polski przeglad chirurgiczny

Multiple primary cancers in patients treated for squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus.

Treatment of squamous cell carcinoma is associated with an increased risk of other primary malignancies, mainly within the head and neck, as well as in the oesophageal gastric graft. More frequent recognition of multiple primary cancers associated with esophageal cancer, both synchronous and metachronous, is associated with longer follow-up after radical cancer treatment for esophageal cancer and high quality diagnostic procedures, both before and after surgery. The paper reviews the available literature an...

Minimally Invasive Repair of Acquired Benign Thoracic Tracheo-Esophageal Fistula.

Repair of large, upper thoracic, cuff-induced, tracheo-esophageal fistula (TEF) is technically demanding and is conventionally performed by open surgery. Minimal access approach is, hitherto, unreported. T echnique & Case: Minimally invasive repair of TEF involving fistula isolation - by thoracoscopic oesophageal exclusion, and simultaneous establishment of alimentary continuity - by laparoscopy-assisted sub-sternal colonic transposition, is described. The technique was successfully employed in repairin...

XXL-TYPE PERSONALITY. Personality traits promoting excess body weight.

The study aimed to determine whether persons suffering from obesity may be characterised by specific personality traits which promote the development of excess body weight. Additionally, the aim involved finding whether persons suffering from morbid obesity differed from healthy individuals and somatic patients as regards selected personality traits.

Risk factors for impaired wound healing and prolonged hospitalization in patients after amputation of the lower limb above the knee joint.

ntroduction: Lower limb amputation is a surgery performed as a last resort, when all other therapeutic options have been exhausted. The duration of treatment lasts from a few to several months and depends on the extent of amputation, the patient's overall health and the course of the stump healing process.

Single-Layer Sutures in Abdominal Cavity Surgery.

The aim of our study was to evaluate of short-term outcomes of 4210 patients who underwent open abdominal surgery with used either single-layer, absorbable, or continuous sutures. Seromuscular anastomosis were presented (without mucosa). Fluid therapy: GDT and zero-balance GDT were also discussed. Anastomosis leakage developed in 6 patients. They were treated by creating a stoma. Simultaneously, septic shock was treated. Re-anastomoses were performed after some time and after sepsis was suppressed. Results ...

Results of surgical treatment of pilonidal sinus in 50 patients operated using Bascom II procedure - prospective study.

Treatment of the pilonidal sinus, due to various surgical methods, remains the current topic of discussion during surgeon meetings worldwide. The newest methods of treatment consist in the excision and simultaneous closure of the wound with cleft lift procedures. One of such methods is Bascom II procedure which has been widely used in the world but is less popular in Poland.

Screening test for extracranial carotid lesions' detection in patients of an outpatient vascular clinic.

Purpose The objective of the study was to evaluate the frequency and severity of atherosclerotic lesions in extracranial sections of carotid arteries and to determine the level of the correlation between these lesions and symptoms of cerebral ischemia. Secondly, to identify the most common risk factors of ischaemic stroke occurrence in population of patients of vascular outpatient clinic. Material and Methods Prospective study was conducted on a group of 1,000 people (217 women and 783 men), aged 50 to 86 y...

Roux-en-Y gastric bypass as a cure of iatrogenic - steroid induced diabetes.

Steroid-induced diabetes (SIDM) is a frequently found clinical condition since steroid-based therapies continue to be widely used in hospital and ambulatory care. Recommended optimal treatment of SIDM includes similar glucose lowering strategies as in type 2 diabetes. This typical management cannot cure the disease, it can only control blood glucose. Recently, bariatric surgery has emerged as an effective treatment for type 2 diabetes mellitus. However, up to now, the usefulness of bariatric surgery in trea...

What does a (general and abdominal) surgeon need to know on plastic surgery?

Plastic surgery was first introduced as a sub-specialty of general surgery in Germany in 1978. Since then, this surgical subspecialty/discipline has evolved enormous potential, e.g. in collaboration with other disciplines such as general andabdominal surgery.

Robotic Combined Anterior & Posterior Repair of a Rectal Prolapse, Rectocele, and Sigmoidocele with a Mesh.

Rectal prolapse (RP) is often seen in patients over the age of fifty, particularly women. These patients frequently suffer from other concomitant pathologies like rectocele, sigmoidocele, cystocele, or even enterocele. Rectopexy with a mesh has been an established treatment for rectal prolapse. The utilization of the robotic system allows for a successful repair within a confined pelvic space, especially for precise suture placement when working with the mesh. A 77-year-old female presented with obstructed ...

REPRINTED WITH PERMISSIOn OF EDITOR-IncHIEF OF AnnALS OF SURGERY: Annals of Surgery: Vol. 266, nr 5, November 2017; 703 - 705: Modern Surgeons: Still Masters of Their Trade or Just Operators of Medical Equipment?

My surgical education began at a time when Poland formed part of the communist bloc and was isolated from the world, or in today's Terms - it remained behind the Iron Curtain. This was true of all areas of life, including medicine. When after 40 years of work, I look back at my professional career; I wonder whether I owe my proficiency in surgery to my experience and dexterity or, like many others, to technological progress. Two of the great Polish surgeons were my mentors and teachers. Professor Zdzisław ...

Splenic Abscess with Bleeding in a Female Patient Following Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting and Cholecystectomy - A Case Report and Literature Review.

Splenic abscess is a potential complication of many disease entities which involve infections. Diagnostics are based on imaging studies. Treatment involves splenectomy and antibiotic therapy. In the case the abscess is limited, and particularly in young patients, percutaneous abscess drainage may be performed. This paper presents a case of a 66-year old female patient following coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) complicated with sternum infection and cholecystectomy due to gallbladder abscess complicate...

Glomus Tumor of the Stomach - A Case Report and A Literature Review.

The study presented a case of a patient with a glomus tumor of the stomach, a mesenchymal neoplasm manifesting with upper gastrointestinal bleeding (Forrest IB). The patient was operated twice. First, he underwent elective laparotomy, during which Billroth I (Rydygier's method) gastric resection was performed. This his was followed by Billroth II resection with Braun's anastomosis. Histopathological examination revealed glomus tumor tissue. Literature data on the glomus tumor of the stomach are presented.

Splenic Artery Pseudoaneurysm Rupture into a Pancreatic Pseudocyst with its Subsequent Perforation as the Cause of a Massive Intra-Abdominal Bleeding - Case Report.

Pseudocysts account for approximately 70% of all cystic lesions of the pancreas. One of the most dangerous complications of pancreatic pseudocysts is bleeding into the cystic lumen; the most common cause of the bleeding is a splenic artery pseudoaneurysm rupture. This paper presents the case of a 37-year-old man treated surgically for a massive intra-abdominal haemorrhage caused by a splenic artery pseudoaneurysm rupture into the lumen of a tail of pancreas pseudocyst with its subsequent perforation into th...

Boerhaave's Syndrome- Over 290 Yrs of Surgical Experiences. Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, Diagnosis.

A Periampullary Duodenal Diverticula in Patient with Choledocholithiasis - Single Endoscopic Center Experience.

The reported prevalence of periampullary duodenal diverticula varies between 9 and 32.8%. The aim of the study was to evaluate the prevalence of periampullary diverticula in the studied population and establish whether their presence influence the risk of choledocholithiasis and the risk of Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio Pancreatography (ERCP) related complications.

Early Predictors of Post - Thyroidectomy Hypoparathyroidism.

Thyroid surgery is the most commonly performed procedure in the field of endocrine surgery. Studies are still ongoing on the development of a single algorithm for diagnosis and care of patients at risk of postoperative hypoparathyroidism. The aim of the study was to determine the biochemical marker that would allow the most accurate diagnosis of patient groups at risk of developing hypoparathyroidism and to identify risk factors for this disorder.

Evaluation of Effect CAT -262C/T, SOD + 35A/C, GPx1 Pro197Leu Polymorphisms in Patients with IBD in the Polish Population.

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are a heterogeneous group of disorders in the course dominated by chronic, recurrent gastrointestinal inflammation. It is believed that the activation of IBD occurs in patients with a genetic predisposition to their development. Chronic inflammation develops as a result of an excessive reaction of the immune system principally under the influence of environmental risk factors. Among them, it has been shown that the mechanism of oxidative stress is associated with the pathoph...

Boerhaave's Syndrome - Over 290 Yrs of Surgical Experiences. Surgical, Endoscopic and Conservative Treatment.

Ultrasound Measurement of the Gallbladder Wall Thickness in the Assessment of the Risk of Conversion from Elective Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy to Open Surgery - Olkusz County Experience.

The aim of the study was to assess the risk of intraoperative difficulties, conversion and biliary-intestinal fistula during laparoscopic cholecystectomy on the basis of an ultrasound-measured gall-bladder wall thickness.

Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band (LAGB) Migration - Endoscopic Treatment Modalities.

Laparoscopic adjustible gastric binding (LAGB) is one of most common surgical methods of treating obesity. Gastric band migration (erosion) is a typical LAGB complication, with a frequency of about 1-4%. The aim of the study was to present the possibilities of endoscopic diagnosis and treatment of this complication.

Results of Auricular Conchal Bowl Reconstructions Following Cancer Resections with Postauricular Island Flap.

The aim of the study was to present our experience with the postauricular island flap (pif) and clinical evaluation of the results following auricular conchal bowl reconstructions with the pif in patients after carcinoma resections.

Evaluation of Early Surgical Treatment Results Considering Venous Leg Ulcers.

Lower leg ulcers are characterized by a chronic and recurrent course, being considered as a difficult therapeutic problem. Based on epidemiological data chronic ulcers concern 0.2 to 2% of the Western European population. The above-mentioned problem affects women more often than men, and increases with age. Treatment and recurrence prevention methods remain under discussion and research. The aim of the study was to evaluate the early surgical treatment results of venous leg ulcers at the Department of Traum...

Evaluation of the Surgery Wound Healing Process Using Self-Adaptive Skin Suture or Mechanical Stapler.

Wound healing is a complex and time-phased process. The occurrence of numerous negative conditions as well as external factors have a significant influence on the risk of potential complications. Preparing the patient for surgery, attention should be paid to a number of factors determining the proper healing process. The aim of the study was to compare the results of the early period of surgical wound healing process with access via laparotomy using techniques, which are self-adaptive sutures and mechanical...

Assessment of the Surgical Treatment Results in Patients with Colorectal Cancer in a District Hospital Versus Treatment Results in a Highly Specialized Center.

In Poland there there are about 15-16 thousand cases of colon cancer per year. The health care system allows the treatment of patients with colorectal cancer in highly specialized hospitals, oncology centers and district hospitals. The results of treatment within different reference level differ. The aim of the study was to evaluate the results of surgical treatment of patients with colorectal cancer at a district hospitals compared with the results of highly specialized center.


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