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12- SOFT TISSUE RECONSTRUCTION IN SEVERE OPEN LEG FRACTURES (GUSTILO TYPE III)

ZUHAIR F FATHALLAH; ALI H KHUDAIR; MAHMOOD A MAHMOODZ

Volume 14, Issue 2 , December 2008, , Page 0-0

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2008.55544

Abstract
  Eighteen patients who sustained severe open leg fractures (Gustilo�s III) were treated in ALBasrah General Hospital and Al-Sadder Teaching hospital between 2007 and 2008. They were12 males and 6 females, average age were 25 years. Middle third fractures occurred in 8 cases (44.4%) and the comminuted ...  Read More ...

14- METHANOL POISONING, CASE REPORTS AND LITERATURE REVIEW

ABDULMOHSEN E A HUSSAINN; YASEEN H ALI; MOHAMMED NAEEM NIAZY

Volume 14, Issue 2 , December 2008, , Page 0-0

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2008.55546

Abstract
  Acute methanol poisoning produces severe metabolic acidosis, increased anion and osmol gaps. These metabolic disturbances are chiefly due to accumulation of formic acid which can lead to serious neurological sequelae. If renal dysfunction develops then rapid deterioration and increased mortality can ...  Read More ...

15- PANCEREATIC HYDATID AS A CAUSE OF EPIGASTRIC MASS, A CASE REPORT.....

MUSHTAQ CH ABU-ALHAIL

Volume 14, Issue 2 , December 2008, , Page 0-0

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2008.55547

Abstract
  Primary hydatid cyst in the corpus of pancreas is a rare. A woman of 35 Years old came with a two-month history of epigastric Pain, occasional vomiting and an epigastric mass. On Physical examination the vital sign were normal. The only Positive sign besides ahard epigastric mass was mild tenderness. ...  Read More ...

13-LAPAROSCOPIC LIVER HYDATID ENDOCYSTECTOMY (INITIAL EXPERIENCE OF FOURTEEN CASES)

Abdulhadi M MohamadIL; Salim M AL-Bassaml; Hamed Boserwel

Volume 15, Issue 2 , December 2009, , Page 0-0

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2009.55619

Abstract
  This study demonstrates the effectiveness and safe outcome of the treatment of hydatid disease by laparoscopic approach in selected cases. This is an experimental prospective study. Fourteen cases of liver hydatid (11 men & 3 women), properly selected were subjected to laparoscopic hydatid endocystectomy ...  Read More ...

Obituary Professor Dr. Ezzidin Shkara 1929-2013

T.A. Hamdan

Volume 19, Issue 2 , December 2013, , Page 0-0

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2013.81520

Abstract
  Departed to heavens in the 15th of September 2013, the Professor of Medicine and the leader of all Iraqi doctors, Dr. Ezzidin Shkara. Although he died far away in Britain, but he was too close to homeland Iraq by his continuous work and advices to promote the health services in his country.  Read More ...

Innovation or Repetition?

Thamir A. Hamdan

Volume 9, Issue 1 , June 2003, , Page 1-2

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2003.55236

Abstract
  From inability to leave well alone; From too much zeal for what is new and contempt for what is old; From putting knowledge before wisdom; Science before art, cleverness before common sense; From treating patient as cases; and from making the cure of a disease more grievous than its endurance. God ...  Read More ...

EDITORIAL: What matters most in our locality? “Diabetic foot” When to operate and where to land
Volume 12, Issue 2 , December 2006, , Page 1-2

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2006.55352

Abstract
  “If you are diabetic; remember: Your feet should be as clean as your face” “When you die, you will die because of your feet" (Old English Saying)  Read More ...

2- POSTOPERATIVE ILEUS: ARE THERE ANY CHANGES IN ITS MANAGEMENT?

MAJEED H ALWAN

Volume 13, Issue 1 , June 2007, , Page 1-7

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2007.56226

Abstract
  Postoperative ileus (POI) is an inevitable adverse consequence of abdominal and other surgical procedures. Prolonged POI can lead to slow postoperative recovery, add to the patients discomfort and ultimately prolonged hospitalization and increased costs. It is believed that POI occurs as a result of ...  Read More ...

3- The INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT PHASES OF MENSTRUAL CYCLE ON THE DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE APPENDICITIS, A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

Abdul karim Jabbar; Adnan Y AbdulWahab; Bayan H Alhakeema

Volume 13, Issue 1 , June 2007, , Page 1-10

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2007.56230

Abstract
  A prospective study was conducted to assess the frequency of acute appendicitis at different phases of menstrual cycle, 508 patients presented with acute right lower abdominal pain diagnosed as acute appendicitis and submitted to appendectomies at Basrah Teaching Hospital during a two years period from ...  Read More ...

NEUROENDOSCOPY EXPERIENCE IN BASRAH

Khalid N Mayah

Volume 13, Issue 1 , June 2007, , Page 1-12

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2007.56237

Abstract
  In the last decade the endoscope became one of the most important neurosurgical tools, its use increasing with time and gaining popularity. Since May 2005, forty six neuroendoscopy procedures were performed in two hospitals in Basrah, 34 were Endoscopic third ventriculostomies (ETV) to treat hydrocephalus, ...  Read More ...

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE SUPRAPERIOSTEAL AND THE SUBPERIOSTEAL DISSECTION IN THE V-Y ADVANCEMENT (ATASOY) FLAP FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF FINGERTIP INJURY
Volume 13, Issue 1 , June 2007, , Page 1-11

https://doi.org/10.33762/bsurg.2007.56239

Abstract
  The classical Atasoy depends on the cutting of the fibrous bands of the digital pulp in order to gain advancement of the flap to cover the fingertip injury defect. A new modification of Atasoy flap was studied in comparison to the classical Atasoy flap. Thirteen patients included in this study at Al ...  Read More ...