Table-IV: Distribution of parameters in surviving and exitus
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In our study, 22 of our patients (30.1%) were exitus
. It has been determined in a study carried out by Hirst et al.
Complication surgery (years) 1 2 2 3 3 Hematoma 4 4 Seroma 4 5 3 6 PFN Debridement Exitus
(2+) 7 3 8 TFN, seroma Exitus
(PO) 9 1 10 Seroma 1 11 PFN Debridement 3 12 Seroma 2 13 Seroma 3 14 1 15 PFN Debridement, graft 4 16 3 17 4 M: male; F: female; TR: tumor recurrence; RT: radiotherapy; DM: type 2 diabetes mellitus; HT: hypertension; CRF: chronic renal failure; COPD: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; FFF: free flap failure; PFN: partial flap necrosis; TFN: total flap necrosis; PO: early postoperative period; 2+: at the 2nd year of follow-up
In order to provide the preliminary results in the third year of the study, the assessment on follow-ups performed between November, 2013 and November, 2016 excluded 4 patients since they lacked follow-up and 1 patient due to exitus
out of the 72 patients that were treated for breast cancer and took part in the study.
The patients who did not purchase the device were interviewed regarding the main reason for it: (i) lack of interest of the caregivers/ patients, (ii) belief of ineffectiveness, (iii) cost and social security concerns, (iv) cosmetic reasons, and (v) exitus
of the patient.
Ratzinger provides a powerful image of this in his description of the goal of creation, which is based on the notion of exitus
While "Dal" (Song) is an evergreen meditation on the problem of transience, the cycle also comprises two stories--the first one, "Novella," relating the exitus
of an elderly person seen from the point of view of the (probably much-younger) narrator, while "Ballad" is a contemporary thriller told in jaunty iambic quatrains.
Estadio IV Hidrops fetal en cualquiera de los 2 gemelos, con signos evidentes de Insuficiencia cardiaca (en general receptor) Estadio V Exitus
de uno o ambos fetos.
The first part is given the superscription Exitus
(outflow), as it is primarily concerned with the rootedness of creation within the life of God.