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  1. Treatment of a number of complications that occur after abdominal surgeries may require that Urgent Abdominal Re-explorations (UARs), the life-saving and obligatory operations, are performed. The objectives of...

    Authors: Haluk Recai Unalp, Erdinc Kamer, Haldun Kar, Ahmet Bal, Mustafa Peskersoy and Mehmet Ali Onal

    Citation: World Journal of Emergency Surgery 2006 1:10

    Content type: Research article

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  2. Laparoscopy has became as the preferred surgical approach to a number of different diseases because it allows a correct diagnosis and treatment at the same time. In abdominal emergencies, both components of tr...

    Authors: Ferdinando Agresta, Luigi Francesco Ciardo, Giorgio Mazzarolo, Ivan Michelet, Guido Orsi, Giuseppe Trentin and Natalino Bedin

    Citation: World Journal of Emergency Surgery 2006 1:9

    Content type: Research article

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  3. Abdominal cocoon is a rare cause of intestinal obstruction. The abdominal cocoon is probably a developmental abnormality, largely asymptomatic, and is found incidentally at laparotomy or autopsy. Pre-operative...

    Authors: Ali O Devay, Ismail Gomceli, Birol Korukluoglu and Ahmet Kusdemir

    Citation: World Journal of Emergency Surgery 2006 1:8

    Content type: Case report

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  4. There is still confusion and controversy over the diagnosis and optimal surgical treatment of non traumatic terminal ileal perforation-a cause of obscure peritonitis.

    Authors: Rauf A Wani, Fazl Q Parray, Nadeem A Bhat, Mehmood A Wani, Tasaduq H Bhat and Fowzia Farzana

    Citation: World Journal of Emergency Surgery 2006 1:7

    Content type: Research article

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  5. The role of free oxygen radicals in inflammatory conditions is well known. Free radicals cause lipid peroxidation of cellular membranes resulting in cell death. The purpose of this study was to investigate the...

    Authors: Mehmet Ozdogan, Ali Onder Devay, Ahmet Gurer, Eren Ersoy, Seda Duygulu Devay, Hakan Kulacoglu and Haldun Gundogdu

    Citation: World Journal of Emergency Surgery 2006 1:6

    Content type: Research article

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  6. The consequence of the low rate of penetrating injuries in Europe and the increase in non-operative management of blunt trauma is a decrease in surgeons' confidence in managing traumatic injuries has led to th...

    Authors: Gregorio Tugnoli, Sergio Ribaldi, Marco Casali, Stefano M Calderale, Massimo Coletti, Marco Alifano, Sergio N Forti Parri, Silvia Villani, Andrea Biscardi, M Chiara Giordano and Franco Baldoni

    Citation: World Journal of Emergency Surgery 2006 1:5

    Content type: Research article

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  7. The management of penetrating abdominal stab wounds has been the subject of continued reappraisal and controversy. In the present study a novel method which combines the use of diagnostic laparoscopy and DPL, ...

    Authors: Michael M Krausz, Benyamine Abbou, Dan D Hershko, Ahmad Mahajna, Daniel S Duek, Bishara Bishara and Shlomo H Israelit

    Citation: World Journal of Emergency Surgery 2006 1:3

    Content type: Methodology

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  8. A pseudoaneurysm of the ascending aorta is an unusual and potentially fatal complication after aortic surgical operations. TEE and CT scan are the investigations of choice. Surgical treatment is mandatory. We ...

    Authors: Stefano Auriemma, Paolo Magagna, Ayman Sallam, Nicola Lamascese and Alessandro Fabbri

    Citation: World Journal of Emergency Surgery 2006 1:2

    Content type: Case report

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