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Minimally invasive CT guided treatment of intraspinal synovial cyst
Sergeja Kozar, Miran Jeromel, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Background. Intraspinal synovial cysts of vertebral facet joints are uncommon cause of radicular pain as well as neurological deficits. They can be managed both conservatively and surgically.Case report. A 77-year old polymorbid patient presented with bilateral low back pain which worsened during the course of time and did not respond to the conservative treatment. A diagnosis of intraspinal synovial cyst was made using the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Percutaneous computed tomography (CT) guided injection with installation of local anesthetic together with corticosteroid and rupture of the cyst was successfully used. A month after the procedure his pain improved, the usage of analgesics diminished and his over-all quality of life improved.Conclusions. Percutaneous CT guided lumbar synovial cyst treatment is safe and reliable alternative to the surgical treatment in polymorbid patients with radiculopathy who are not able to tolerate general anesthesia and operation.
Keywords: ciste, intraspinalne sinovialne ciste, bolečina, zdravljenje, radiologija
Published in DiRROS: 11.04.2024; Views: 140; Downloads: 61
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Electrogene therapy with interleukin-12 in canine mast cell tumors
Darja Pavlin, Maja Čemažar, Andrej Cör, Gregor Serša, Azra Pogačnik, Nataša Tozon, 2011, original scientific article

Keywords: psi, tumor, zdravljenje, elektrogenska terapija, plazmidi
Published in DiRROS: 19.03.2024; Views: 131; Downloads: 37
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Magnetic nanoparticles as targeted delivery systems in oncology
Sara Prijič, Gregor Serša, 2011, review article

Keywords: nanodelci, magnetni nanodelci, onkologija, zdravljenje
Published in DiRROS: 18.03.2024; Views: 144; Downloads: 35
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Lymphedema following cancer therapy in Slovenia : a frequently overlooked condition?
Tanja Planinšek Ručigaj, Nada Kecelj, Vesna Tlaker Žunter, 2010, original scientific article

Abstract: Introduction. Secondary lymphedema following cancer therapy is a frequent, often painful, quality of life disturbing condition, reducing the patients' mobility and predisposing them to complications, e.g. infections and malignancies. The critical aspect of lymphedema therapy is to start as soon aspossible to prevent the irreversible tissue damage. Patients and methods. Weperformed a retrospective study of patients with lymphedema, treated at the Department of Dermatovenereology, University Medical Center Ljubljana, from January 2002 to June 2010. The patientsć demographic and medical data were collected, including type of cancer, type and stage of lymphedema, and time tofirst therapy of lymphedema. The number of referred patients with lymphedema following the therapy of melanoma, breast cancer, and uterine/cervical cancer, was compared to the number of patients expected to experience lymphedema following cancer therapy, calculated from the incidence reported in the literature. Results. In the period of 8.5 years, 543 patients (432 females, 112 males) with lymphedema were treated. The results show that probably many Slovenian patients with secondary lymphedema following cancer therapy remain unrecognized and untreated or undertreated. In the majority of our patients, the management of lymphedema was delayedč on average, the patients first received therapy for lymphedema 3.6 years after the first signsof lymphedema. Conclusions. To avoid a delay in diagnosis and therapy, and the complications of lymphedema following cancer therapy, the physician should actively look for signs or symptoms of lymphedema during the follow-up period, and promptly manage or refer the patients developing problems.
Keywords: rak (medicina), zdravljenje, limfedem
Published in DiRROS: 18.03.2024; Views: 120; Downloads: 36
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Imaging findings in bisphosphonate-induced osteonecrosis of the jaws
Katarina Šurlan Popović, Miha Kočar, 2010, original scientific article

Keywords: rak (medicina), bisfosfonati, radiologija, zdravljenje, čeljustnica, nekroze, diagnostika
Published in DiRROS: 18.03.2024; Views: 125; Downloads: 39
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Rak jajčnikov : kaj morate vedeti o bolezni
Brigita Gregorič, Erik Škof, Breda Škrbinc, 2023, not set

Keywords: dejavniki tveganja, simptomi, diagnostika, zdravljenje, neželeni učinki
Published in DiRROS: 06.03.2024; Views: 133; Downloads: 35
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