Browsing Department of Surgical Sciences by Title

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    • Urinary retention in women 

      Basson, J .; Van der Walt, C. L. E.; Heyns, C. F. (Health and Medical Publications Group (HMPG), 2012-05)
      Urinary retention in women is uncommon, with a much lower incidence than in men. It may be acute (with suprapubic pain) or chronic (typically painless). Urinary retention in females is frequently transient, with no ...

    • Urologic complications of HIV and AIDS 

      Heyns, Chris F.; Groeneveld, Adam E.; Sigarroa, Nelson B. (Nature Publishing Group - NPG, 2009-06)
      In recent years the nature of HIV infection has been dramatically transformed from an invariably fatal disease to a chronic disorder with a relatively benign course. Disease progression from HIV to AIDS and HIV-related ...

    • Varicella zoster virus infrection causing urinary retentin in a child with HIV infection 

      Wessels, G. S.; Heyns, C. F. (SA HIV Clinicians Soc, 2012-11)
      An 11-year-old boy receiving antiretroviral therapy for HIV infection and antibacterial therapy for pulmonary tuberculosis presented with urinary retention due to varicella zoster virus infection involving the sacral ...

    • The vascular anatomy of the forehead related to forehead flaps and its application in plastic and reconstructive surgery 

      Kleintjes, Wayne George (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2007-12)
      Aims: The goal of this study was to identify arterial variations by cadaveric dissection, in the forehead, in order to validate the practicality and implementation of planned forehead flaps and to increase the safety of ...

    • Ventrikulere aneurismektomie en infarktektomie 

      Barnard, P. M.; De Wet Lubbe, J. J.; Janson, P. M. C. (Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG), 1975-03)
      Four patients underwent ventricular aneurysmectomy for congestive cardiac failure. In addition, 1 patient with an aneurysm and 3 patients with acute myocardial infarcts, ranging from 16 to 28 days postinfarction, underwent ...

    • Young breast cancer patients in the developing world : incidence, choice of surgical treatment and genetic factors 

      Kruger, W. M.; Apffelstaedt, J. P. (Medpharm Publications, 2007-10)
      Carcinoma of the breast is the most common cause of cancer in women in Western society. Although breast cancer occurs predominantly in older premenopausal and postmenopausal women, it also occurs in young women. Literature ...