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Anderson, F. - - 2011
Introduction. In triglyceridaemia-associated pancreatitis, decreasing the serum triglyceride level below 5.65 mmol/l alleviates abdominal pain and is purported to improve outcome. We analysed hypertriglyceride level normalisation and outcome in a patient cohort of acute pancreatitis.
Frost, M. - - 2011
Background. Solid pseudopapillary epithelial neoplasms (SPENs) of the pancreas are rare but curable tumours that have a low-grade malignant potential and occur almost exclusively in young women, with an excellent prognosis after complete resection. This study examines the clinicopathological characteristics of these tumours and evaluates the role of surgery in ...
Bhaijee, F. - - 2011
Background. We describe the clinicopathologic features and outcome of South African patients who have undergone hepatic resection for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) arising in a non-cirrhotic liver.
Krige, J.E.J. - - 2011
Background and objective. Injuries to the pancreas are uncommon, but may result in considerable morbidity and mortality. This study evaluated the management of blunt pancreatic injuries using a previously defined protocol to determine which factors predicted morbidity and mortality.
Dankaerts, Wim - - 2011
Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP) is still a common problem, difficult to treat and with high social costs. The lack of evidence of the specific treatments was ascribed to the heterogeneity of the population with CLBP, therefore it has been proposed a Classification System (CS) that was able to limit ...
Bellini, Chiara - - 2011
Objectives To bring out recommendations applied to diseases of interest in rehabilitation, through a literature review based on scientific evidence of Physical Therapy.
Scuma, Cristina - - 2011
Background The clinical training of the Physiotherapy degree course is at the heart of a professionalizing process, a synthesis of knowledge learned in class and professional acting. The purpose of this study is to improve the quality of training for students of the Physiotherapy Degree Course, University of Verona, in ...
Santandrea, Sheila - - 2011
Introduction. Musculoskeletal disorders can frequently have more than one etiology, mostly unknown. Nonspecific pain is consequently related to psychosocial factors, which also contribute to the development of symptoms into chronic pain. According to the biopsychosocial model, one of the possible rehabilitative choices is the Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), whose effectiveness ...
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