May, 2018


Editorial

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Editorial: Clinics in Surgery Journal

In the last decades, Dentistry reached a clinical and scientific maturity that has elevated it, conceptually, to the status of being one of the human health sciences with greater therapeutic domain in the pathophysiologies of its various diseases associated to the functional repair of its sequels.

Published 18 May, 2018


Review Article

Surgery for Chronic Pancreatitis: What is the Future?

Chronic pancreatitis can lead to chronic pain resulting in disability and poor quality of life in many patients.

Published 18 May, 2018


Clinical Image

Bio Cellular Regenerative Repair of Traumatic Full Thickness Tear of Abdominal Wall Rectus Musculature Using Tissue Stromal Vascular Fraction

This paper presents a clinical example of the use of biocellular matrix composed of Adipose-Derived tissue Stromal Vascular Fraction (AD-tSVF) regeneration of full thickness abdominal wall muscle traumatic full thickness tear (Figure 1).

Published 18 May, 2018


Case Report

Compound Odontoma-Diagnosis and Treatment in Pedıatrıc Dentıstry: Three Case Reports

Odontomas are the most common odontogenic tumors. They are considered to be hamartomas rather than neoplasms, and are composed of natural teeth tissues: enamel, dentin, and cementum and pulp tissue.

Published 18 May, 2018


Case Series

Elevated Serum Creatinine Levels Can be a Novel Prognostic Parameter in Patients with Extra Peritoneal Bladder Rupture due to Blunt Trauma: A Report of Two Cases

Introduction: Non-operative management is the standard approach to extra peritoneal bladder rupture and urethral catheter drainage is usually effective.

Published 18 May, 2018


Research Article

Prediction of Resectability and Surgical Outcome of Periampullary Tumors

Background: Pancreatic cancer is a devastating malignancy with nearly as many deaths as newly diagnosed cases each year with 5-years overall survival rate approximately 7%.

Published 18 May, 2018


Case Report

Flexible Way to Encirclethe Inferior Vena Cava in Minimally-Invasive Surgery

A new and simple trick to encircle the Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) in minimally invasive cardiac surgery is depicted

Published 18 May, 2018


Editorial

A Shifting Paradigm: Central Nervous System Diseases and Metabolic Health Concerns

This letter stems from an important clinical observation of patients with Central Nervous System (CNS) disorders including tumors and we project this piece of documentation would shed an insight towards the approach of these defined subsets of patients.

Published 18 May, 2018






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