Archive for February, 2017

Insert references into your paper using Mendeley’s Web Library

You can now export references from your Mendeley Web Library into the Microsoft Word Citation Manager — without opening your Mendeley Desktop. The export feature uses Microsoft Word’s built-i…

Modern surgical strategies in pediatric oncology

In review showed modern surgical strategies in selected areas of pediatric oncology. The newer energy sources have contributed to less blood and thus fewer complications following major resections. Robotic, endoscopy and stereotactic surgery have been the major advances in the treatment of pediatric tumours. There is more dependence on the use of chemotherapy, newer protocols […]

Clinical and morphological predictors in the surgical treatment of hilar cholangiocarcinoma

Prognostically significant risk factors in patients with portal cholangiocarcinoma (Klatskin tumor) defining the longterm results of surgical treatment were identified. Survival analysis showed

Multicenter research of persistent cloacal malformation surgery in children

Among 22 children aged 1,2±0,1 years old with persistent cloacal malformation 18,2 % of the patients had an isolated malformation while the rest of the children displayed a combination of cloaca with

Adhesion molecules: contribution to formation of dysplastic phenotype

Interrelation between the plasma levels of selectins (E, L, P), intercellular (ICAM-1), platelet-endothelial (PECAM-1), and vascular (VCAM-1) cell adhesion molecules and peculiar features of phenotype was determined in 102 patients (79 men and 23 women, aged 21.9±4.4 years) with signs of connective tissue dysplasia

Outcome of Laparoscopic Treatment of Anorectal Malformations in Children

Operative correction of anorectal malformations (ARMs) remains a challenge in pediatric surgery. The study in the World Journal of Surgery aimed to evaluate the outcomes of laparoscopic treatment of ARM in children.

Pectus carinatum, overview and results of orthotic bracing therapy

Pectus carinatum may occur alone or together with other congenital disorders or even syndromes, causing the sternum to protrude. In this paper author gives

Experiences with Kudos: “No one will put as much energy and thought into promoting your work as you do”

After a short break we are back with more ‘Experiences with Kudos’. Our first interview of 2017 is with Dr Russell Warne who specialises in Psychology at Utah Valley University, United …

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