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  1. Management of subluxating ulnar nerve at the elbow.

    Orthopedics 33(9):672 (2010) PMID 20839711

    Musculotendinous variations around the medial epicondyle can contribute to subluxation of the ulnar nerve at the elbow. This article reviews the presenting symptoms, operative findings, and results of surgery for subluxation of the ulnar nerve at the elbow. A retrospective evaluation was performed o...
  2. [Incidence of encapsulated bleb after filtering surgery]

    Archivos de la Sociedad Española de Oftalmología 76(5):279 (2001) PMID 11373702

    The encapsulated bleb is significantly more frequent in the male gender and thick conjunctivas and in trabeculectomy alone versus trabeculectomy associated to cataract surgery. It means a significantly greater risk of failure after surgery in the short term....
  3. Voice acoustics after autologous fascia injection for vocal fold paralysis.

    Laryngoscope 109(11):1854 (1999) PMID 10569422

    According to these preliminary results, vocal fold augmentation by an injection of autologous fascia seems a simple, inexpensive, reliable and safe method to restore voice quality after unilateral vocal fold paralysis....
  4. Application of microdialysis for the determination of muscle and subcutaneous tissue concentrations after oral and topical ibuprofen adminis...

    Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 65(4):12 (1999) PMID 10223771

    These results suggest that, if target tissue concentrations correlate directly with the degree of pain relief, patients with pain caused by dermal or subcutaneous tissue damage will have greater pain relief after topical administration of ibuprofen accompanied with less systemic side effects. In add...
  5. Evolution of the extracranial approach for repair of CSF leaks: review of the literature and clinical cases.

    The Journal of cranio-maxillofacial trauma 4(3):30 (1998) PMID 11951424

    The management of cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea changed with the advent of endoscopes in the early 1990s. The majority of repairs are now approached endoscopically, i.e., extracranially. This article reviews the evolution of the extracranial approach, as reported in the literature, concluding with...
  6. [Para-stomal hernia--technique and results].

    Zentralblatt für Chirurgie 122(10):889 (1997) PMID 9446452

    Parastomal hernias are a frequent long-term complication after stomal construction. Operative therapy is only indicated in 10% of the cases. Indication for operation are symptomatic hernias. Local fascial repair has due to the high recurrence rate (80%) no longer any indication. After stomal relocat...
  7. A retrospective comparison of endoscopic plantar fasciotomy to open plantar fasciotomy with heel spur resection for chronic plantar fasciiti...

    The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 35(2):183 (1996) PMID 8722893

  8. Fasciotomy in vascular trauma: is it too much, too often?

    American Surgeon 60(6):409 (1994) PMID 8198329

    Fasciotomy has been used as a prophylactic measure against development of compartment syndrome and as a treatment modality when the syndrome has developed in patients suffering vascular trauma. The hospital records of 36 patients who underwent surgical repair of their traumatic vascular injuries wer...
  9. Fascia patch graft for a digital flexor sheath defect over primary tendon repair in the chicken.

    The Journal of Hand Surgery 11(2):241 (1986) PMID 3958456

    The histologic appearance of 14 chicken flexor tendon repair sites with a defect in the tendon sheath was compared with 14 covered by fascia patch grafts. Half the animals (seven with and seven without the patch) were studied 3 weeks after surgery and the other half 8 weeks after surgery. The qualit...
  10. [Reconstruction of the pubovesicocervical fascia following surgical failures of the anterior vaginal wall].

    Zentralblatt für Gynäkologie 108(18):1118 (1986) PMID 3538715

    Results of reconstruction of fascia pubo-vesico-cervicalis in 21 women are presented after operative failure on the anterior vaginal dropped wall. The former operation consisted of anterior incision, separation of the walls to the sides, vesical intussusception with purse-string suture or transverse...