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Arc of Bühler: the surgical significance of a rare anatomical variation.

The arc of Bühler, an anastomotic vessel between celiac artery and superior mesenteric artery, is a rare anatomic variation. Various radiologic and surgical procedures can be affected by its existence. We aim to review all available information and identify possible clinical implications.


Short-term performance of implant-supported restorations fitted in general dental practice: A retrospective study.

The objective of this retrospective clinical study was to evaluate the short-term performance of implants and implant-supported dental restorations (single crowns, fixed/removable dental prostheses, and overdentures) and to identify risk factors for prosthetic complications under the conditions of general dental practice.

Retrocaval ureter: a meta-analysis of prevalence.

Retrocaval ureter is a congenital abnormality of the right ureter, which has been shown, in rare cases to cause clinical symptoms, mainly due to the development of ureterohydronephrosis.


Laparoscopic total extraperitoneal inguinal hernia repair: Retrospective study on prosthetic materials, postoperative management, and quality of life.

Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair is one of the most frequently performed operations. However, the search for the most appropriate prosthetic materials continues to occupy the surgical community. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the postoperative short- and mid-term effects (like duration of stay, number and type of complications, and inguinal pain) of laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair using the total extraperitoneal (TEP) approach. The evaluation encompassed different types of mesh and fixatio...

Performance of a machine learning-based decision model to help clinicians decide the extent of lymphadenectomy (D1 vs. D2) in gastric cancer before surgical resection.

Controversy still exists on the optimal surgical resection for potentially curable gastric cancer (GC). Use of radiologic evaluation and machine learning algorithms might predict extent of lymphadenectomy to limit unnecessary surgical treatment. We purposed to design a machine learning-based clinical decision-support model for predicting extent of lymphadenectomy (D1 vs. D2) in local advanced GC.

THE INFLUENCE OF SURGICAL EXTENT AND PARAFIBROMIN STAINING ON THE OUTCOME OF PARATHYROID CARCINOMA: 20-YEAR EXPERIENCE FROM A SINGLE INSTITUTE.

Parathyroid carcinoma (PC) is a rare endocrine malignancy with a poor prognosis. The optimal surgical procedure and prognostic factors for PC remain controversial.

Demographic, Clinical, and Radiologic Characteristics of a Cohort of Patients with Takayasu Arteritis.

Takayasu arteritis is a rare large-vessel vasculitis that predominantly affects females of Asian descent. This retrospective analysis was performed to increase understanding of the epidemiology of Takayasu Arteritis in the United States.

Fractures Around the Shoulder: Radiologic Update on Surgical Fixation Techniques.

Although radiologists are likely familiar with basic fracture patterns around the shoulder, certain fracture types in this area have particularly relevant and controversial clinical management issues. These include proximal humeral fractures, in which conservative management is favored but some patients receive surgical treatment; glenoid fractures and Hill-Sachs lesions, in which surgery may be performed depending on the amount of bone loss; and distal clavicular fractures, in which certain displaced fract...

Cosmetic penile enhancement surgery: a 3-year single-centre retrospective clinical evaluation of 355 cases.

Men's satisfaction and sexual function is influenced by discomfort over genital size which leads to seek surgical and non-surgical solutions for penis alteration. In this article we report the results of a retrospective study of 355 cases of cosmetic elongation, enlargement and combined elongation and enlargement phalloplasty. We found a significant improvement in length at rest, stretched length and circumference at rest at 2, 6 and 12 months post-surgical procedure (all p 

Improvement of arthroscopic surgical performance using a new wide-angle arthroscope in the surgical training.

We have developed a new arthroscope with a field of view of 150°. This arthroscope requires less motion to maneuver and exhibits reduced optical error. It also improves how novices learn arthroscopy. We hypothesized that the surgical performance with this arthroscope is superior to that with a conventional arthroscope. This study tested the hypothesis by using motion analysis and a new validated parameter, "dimensionless squared jerk" (DSJ).

Surgical Management of Localized Melanoma: A National Cancer Database Retrospective Review.

Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS) for melanoma remains controversial. Currently, no published clinical trials have examined the role of MMS versus wide local excision (WLE) for melanoma, despite the fact that the use of MMS for melanoma is increasing in the United States. The limited retrospective data that does exist demonstrates MMS as an equally effective modality for the management of melanoma in-situ, lentigo maligna melanoma, and cutaneous head and neck melanomas. Currently, MMS is primarily used for in...

Finite Element Analysis and Biomechanical Testing of the New MiniMIS Short Stem.

In hip arthroplasty a trend towards short stem prostheses is observed. The aim of this study is to investigate the finite element analysis and biomechanical fatigue performance of a new short stem prosthesis.

Microsurgical Management of Ruptured Blood-blister Aneurysms (BBAs) of the Internal Carotid Artery (ICA) without Bypass: A Retrospective Single-center Study of 36 Patients over 20 Years.

Microsurgical management of blood-blister aneurysms (BBAs) of the internal carotid artery (ICA) is challenging because of the special characteristics of these aneurysms. We reviewed our diverse surgical methods with long-term clinical and radiologic follow-up.

Atlas posterior arch and vertebral artery's groove variants: a classification, morphometric study, clinical and surgical implications.

The third part of the vertebral artery (VA) coursing in vertebral artery groove (VAG) may be injured during posterior craniocervical junction approaches.

Frame-based Stereotactic Biopsy: Description and Association of Anatomical, Radiologic, and Surgical Variables with Diagnostic Yield in a Series of 407 Cases.

 Stereotactic biopsy is a versatile, minimally invasive technique to obtain tissue safely from intracranial lesions for their histologic diagnosis and therapeutic management. Our objective was to determine the anatomical, radiologic, and technical factors that can affect the diagnostic yield of this technique. We suggest recommendations to improve its use in clinical practice.

Short-term results after laparoscopic repair of giant hiatal hernias with pledgeted sutures: a retrospective analysis.

This study investigates if pledgeted sutures for hiatal closure could be an alternative to mesh for the surgical treatment of large hiatal hernia.

Prognostic nutritional index as a prognostic marker in glioblastoma: Data from a cohort of 282 Italian patients.

Preoperative prognostic nutritional index (PNI) is linked to the clinical outcome of patients with malignant tumours, however few studies have investigated its utility in predicting outcome in glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). We performed a retrospective study on adult patients with GBM in order to evaluate the impact of PNI on overall survival (OS), after adjusting for known prognostic factor (age, extent of surgery, Karnofsky performance status, radiochemotherapy). This is an Italian, multicentre, retrospec...

Val M. Runge, Wolfgang R. Nitz, Johannes T. Heverhagen: the physics of clinical MR taught through images : Thieme, New York Stuttgart Delhi Rio de Janeiro, 2018, 318 p., format 15 × 23 × 1.5 cm, ISBN 978-1-62623-427-7, eISBN 978-1-62623-428-4.

Morphology of the lateral fossa of the brain (sylvian valley): anatomo-radiological aspects and surgical application.

The knowledge acquired on the lateral fossa of the brain (LFB) is heterogeneous and incomplete. Our goal was to provide a morphological description of the LFB and analyze the impact of these descriptions on the surgical approach of the region.

One-year results of a non-surgical treatment protocol for peri-implantitis. A retrospective case series.

The aim of this study was to assess the clinical outcomes of a non-surgical treatment protocol for peri-implantitis and to evaluate the influence that some factors could have on the results of this treatment.

Surgical outcomes of patients with diffuse-type tenosynovial giant-cell tumours: an international, retrospective, cohort study.

Diffuse-type tenosynovial giant-cell tumour is a rare, locally aggressive, and difficult-to-treat soft tissue tumour. Clinical and surgical outcomes depend on multiple factors, including preoperative diagnostic assessment, the localisation and extent of disease, and possibly the choice of treatment modalities by orthopaedic surgeons. We did a retrospective cohort study to characterise global surgical treatment protocols, and assess surgical outcomes, complications, and functional results in patients with di...

Comparison of Three Different Types of Fixed Partial Implant Prosthesis: A Long-Term Retrospective Study of Clinical Outcomes and Cost Effectiveness.

To study the performance of 2 to 3 posterior bone-level dental implants constructed with either 3 non-splinted crowns (NSC), 3 splinted crowns (SC), or a 3-unit fixed partial denture supported by 2 implants (FPD) MATERIAL AND METHODS: Patients treated with 3 metal-ceramic NSC, SC or a 3-unit FPD were included in the present retrospective study. Implant survival and success rate as well as all biological and technical complications were collected. The cost associated with each of the treatment options was ev...

Early versus late surgical stabilization of severe rib fractures in patients with respiratory failure: A retrospective study.

The timing of surgical stabilization of rib fractures remains controversial. We hypothesized that early surgical stabilization (within 3 days of injury) can improve clinical outcome in patients with severe rib fractures and respiratory failure. The aim of this study was to analyze the impact of early surgical stabilization of rib fractures on the perioperative results, clinical outcomes, and medical costs of patients with severe rib fractures and respiratory failure.

Clinical characteristics and surgical outcome in children with intussusceptions secondary to pathologic lead points: retrospective study in a single institution.

Intussusception secondary to pathologic lead points (PLPs) is a potential surgical emergency and almost all cases need surgery. The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical manifestations, physical examinations and surgical outcomes of secondary intussusception (SI) caused by PLPs, as well as to improve the diagnosis and treatment of PLPs in children and infants.

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