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Improved Knee Function after Intraarticular Administration of a New Drug Combination: a Case Series Report

2018-01

Felician Stancioiu, Dana Vlasceanu-Catanas

https://doi.org/10.31689/rmm.2018.25.1.54

Pathological modifications of the large joints (knee, hip, shoulder, ankle) due to trauma and/or inflammation are a common occurrence, which increases as the general population gets simultaneously older and more active[1]. Progress in this therapeutic area has not kept up with the increased need for more effi cient treatments, an overall consideration which includes efficacy in reducing discomfort, cost of treatments, presence of adverse reactions and the long term effects on the function and structure of the joints, which may prompt the need for repeated or different treatments. [...]

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Proximal and Distal Humerus Fractures in a Patient with Chronic Inflammatory Joint Disease Undergoing Biologic Therapy

2018-01

Razvan Turcu, Marius Moga, George Dinache, Adrian Barbilian

https://doi.org/10.31689/rmm.2018.25.1.48

Rheumatoid arthritis affects women more frequently, aged 40 to 70, three times more frequently than men. Bone changes occurring in people with rheumatoid arthritis increase the incidence of fractures in these patients [1]. In the complex fractures of the proximal 3 of the humerus, the treatment of choice is represented by open reduction and osteosynthesis. This method can also be applied minivasively, known as minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis (MIPO)[2,3]. [...]

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Posttraumatic Renal Artery Thrombosis

2018-01

Mirela Tiglis, Ioana Cristina Grintescu, Mihaela Buiuc, Cristian Cobilinschi, Angela Popa, Tiberiu-Paul Neagu, Liliana Mirea, Ioana Marina Grințescu

https://doi.org/10.31689/rmm.2018.25.1.44

Posttraumatic renal artery thrombosis is a very rare complication of abdominal trauma which occurs especially in young people, after car accidents, with an increasing incidence in the last few years. There are about 400 reported cases in the literature[1], meaning less than 0.08% of all reported abdominal traumas and being found in 1-4% of patients with renal damage[2]. [...]

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The Management of Congenital Ureteral Duplication Anomalies Complications - Case Presentation

2018-01

Dragos Marcu, Dan Spinu, Dan Mischianu, Raluca Mititelu, Ioana Oprea, Ovidiu Bratu

https://doi.org/10.31689/rmm.2018.25.1.39

Ureteral anomalies often represent a great challenge for physicians regarding their diagnostic and therapeutical management. Ureteral duplication is one of the most frequent urogenital congenital malformations, usually more frequent in female patients, with an incidence rate estimated at approximately 1%[1,2]. [...]

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Surgical Treatment in Acute Phase of Severe Burns - a Comprehensive Approach

2018-01

Mihaela-Cristina Andrei, Andreea Grosu-Bularda, Oana Vermesan, Adrian Frunza, Serban Arghir Popescu, Sabina Ionita, Razvan Teodoreanu, Khalid Al-Falah, Tiberiu-Paul Neagu, Ioan Lascar

https://doi.org/10.31689/rmm.2018.25.1.24

Major burn represents the most severe type of trauma, requiring high standard of treatment into regional specialized bun care centers[1]. According to American Burn Association(ABA), a major burn, which requires hospitalization in burn units, is represented by at least one of the following situations[2,3] [...]

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