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Yang Gao, Hui Zhang, Jiancheng Yang, Qiang Fu, Jianfeng Zheng, Ming Shuai, Zhengbo Hu, Wei Tan, Wei Cao, Xiao Yang, Anmin Jin, Renshi Zhou, Hai Lu
Horner syndrome (HS) results from the interruption of sympathic pathway, and the patients have a group of signs including miosis, ptosis, enophthalmos, and anhydrosis. While HS is mainly caused by cervical sympathetic nerve injury such as sympathetic chain tumor, we report here a HS case caused by a thoracolumbar arachnoid cyst. Imageological examination showed the cyst existed in spinal canal from the T11 to L3 level, which was further confirmed by operation. The tumor attacked the lateral margin of intervertebral foramen at certain stages...
April 2015: Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics
V M Panov, U A Fesenko, V M Kutsyn
New access for performance of sympathic blockade in region of aortal bifurcation, was elaborated, basing on calculations, conducted on 30 spiral computeric tomograms of lumbar and sacral parts of vertebral column. Application of the method permits to escape such complications, as a renal and the main vessels damage, the sympathetic nerves blockade, do not demand roentgenological control.
June 2014: Klinichna Khirurhiia
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July 1951: Magyar Nöorvosok Lapja
M Meignier, S Guillard-Charles, X Coutand, J M Rogez
Sympathetic dystrophy is defined as continuous pain in a portion of an extremity after trauma not involving a major nerve. It may be exacerbated by movement, physiotherapy or stress. There are sympathetically mediated changes with initial vasodilatation and if untreated progress to a second dystrophic stage. In 2 years 48 patients (7-17 years) were evaluated and treated by the same protocol. For the majority of cases the time from the start of pain until the time of treatment was less than 60 days. The treatment was always performed by technical procedures: i...
1993: Cahiers D'anesthésiologie
M Gioia, P Falappa, A Villani, F M Danza, A Aluffi, R Scardina, F Beccia
A brief survey of the difficulties associated with the intra-arterial administration of contrast media during peripheral arteriography is followed by an assessment of anaesthesiological and arteriographic results obtained with lumbar peridural anaesthesia in a group of patients. Complete analgesia, block of the sympathic, and motor block gave particular assistance in the securing of optimum definition of the radiographical picture of the peripheral circulation. These and other advantages offered by peridural anaesthesia suggest that it is a valid technique for peripheral arteriography...
January 1980: Minerva Anestesiologica
D Le Héron, G Le Héron, J M Serise, R Tingaud
Seventy-five patients had a lumbar sympathectomy for chronic arteritis of the lower limbs. This study was done to assess the predictive value of Hillestad's test (potential of vasodilatation) and that of the deep breath test (sympathic stimulation), realised by digital strain gauge plethysmography. Were considered a success the patients with claudication who doubled their walking distance and those with rest pain or gangrene who suffered no more or healed. Globally speaking, 49% were a success. A positive response to Hillestad's test was followed by an 83% overall success rate...
1985: Journal des Maladies Vasculaires
K H Deeg, U Glöckel, J D Beck
In a retrospective study from 1979 to 1989 17 tumors of the sympathic chain and the adrenal gland were analysed according to typical sonographic patterns. 13 tumors (10 neuroblastomas, 2 pheochromocytomas, 1 adenoma of the adrenal gland) were localized within the abdomen, 4 tumors (3 neuroblastomas, 1 ganglioneuroma) originated from the mediastinum. Neuroblastomas usually were great suprarenal masses with bad delineation and inhomogenous increased echogenicity in comparison with the liver. In more than 50% calcifications occurred, whereas cysts (15%) could rarely be found...
May 1992: Monatsschrift Kinderheilkunde: Organ der Deutschen Gesellschaft Für Kinderheilkunde
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