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Complex Treatment of a High-Energy Proximal Femur Fracture in a Young Adult - a Case Presentation

2017-03

Fabian Klein, Florin Safta, Daniel Vilcioiu, Ioan Cristescu

Highly comminutive proximal femur fractures in yo-ung healthy adults often occur after high energy trau-ma, such as traffic accidents[1].

The classification of fracture type poses a difficulty, as highly comminuted fractures donít necessarily respect the anatomical regions of the proximal femur, but rather affect the area as a whole[2,3]. [...]

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How Complicated a Complicated Case Can Become?

2017-03

Mirela Tiglis, Liliana Elena Mirea, Raluca Ungureanu, Ioana Cristina Grintescu, Tiberiu Paul Neagu, Ioana Marina Grintescu

The incidence of work related injuries is high worldwide. More than 300 million accidents happen during work and are responsible for almost 2 millions of deaths. The incidence of crush syndrome is 2-15% in all trauma patients and frequently can determine trauma-related amputations, especially if the lower limb is involved and the main mechanism is crushing. Crush syndrome is the systemic manifestation of rhabdomyolysis due to muscles reperfusion injury that happened when the compressive forces on the tissues are released, being of-ten related with occupational accidents[1]. [...]

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Tuberculosis of Testis: a Rare Disease

2017-03

Vasilica Minciuna, Ovidiu Gabriel Bratu, Octavian Cretu

Tuberculosis represents one of the most important pro-blems in public health. It is an intense studied infectio-us disease, in the past and also in present[2,3].

The incidence of tuberculosis is decreasing in most indistrualized countries due to the improvement of prevention and therapeutic means (BCG vaccination, antituberculostatic therapy)[3]. [...]

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Optimizing the Surgical Approach in Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis - the Utility of Different Types of Surgical Incisions

2017-03

Costin Datu, Olivia Stanciu, Mircea Andriescu, Catalin Chiriac-Babei

Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (HPS) is the most common surgical indication for children during the first six months of life[1]. In infants with HPS, the pyloric canal is elongated, its muscular walls severely thickened with an edematous mucosa. As a result, the pyloric relaxation is markedly restricted, causing upper digestive ob-struction[2]. [...]

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Predictive Factors in Compressive Neuropathies Treatment Outcome

2017-03

Roxana Maria Tomek-Enescu, Andreea Grosu-Bularda, Alexandru Stoian, Ioan Lascar

Peripheral nerve damage may lead to substantial mor-bidity, and the costs associated with these conditions can be elevated for both the individual and society.

Nerve entrapment syndromes represent a common occurrence, but sometimes are not correctly diagnosed. They appear more frequently and are better known in upper limb. Carpal tunnel syndrome has the higher prevalence, of 3.72% in USA[1]. [...]

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