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Related to perforated: perforated eardrum, perforated ulcer
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Finally, because all AA patients included in this study underwent operations and the histopathological examination was performed within our institute, we evaluated the sensitivity and specificity, determined by Youden's index, of perforated appendicitis patients; we found that neutrophil/leucocyte ratios >72.
The change of disease pattern in perforated peptic ulcer favors a simple repair procedure.
Wound infection incidence in patients with simple and gangrenous or perforated appendicitis.
Potential licensees in the medical products packaging industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Individual Perforated Medicine Packaging on a worldwide basis.
Diagnosis of the perforated appendices was confirmed on the basis of operative notes and diagnosis of the non-perforated appendices was confirmed on the basis of histopathological report on operated cases.
Laparoscopy has been used for gastrointestinal diseases like perforated peptic ulcer and colonic perforations as early as 1990's.
Pooled ORs for all appendicitis and perforated appendicitis were comparable with those for the population as a whole when Halifax was excluded (Table 2).
Vik Bansal, group president of Valmont's Global Engineered Infrastructure Products Segment, commented that the transaction will boost the company's footprint in the access systems market as well as in the perforated and expanded metal products sectors.
Henry Percy Dean from London was the first surgeon to perform a successful repair of perforated duodenal ulcer in 18944.
However, despite its popularity and wide application, perforated panel's functional effectiveness was not seriously examined, especially for luminous characteristics.
The patient was discharged prematurely with signs of a perforated bowel, and her condition deteriorated due to the delay in repair surgery.
Designed for light- to medium-duty applications, the 2200 Series now comes with a new feature to better accommodate cooling and draining applications--a perforated bedplate.