Pyogenic granuloma PG and peripheral giant-cell granuloma PGCG are two of the most common inflammatory lesions associated with implants; however, there is no established pathway for treatment of these conditions. This paper aims to illustrate the successful treatment of PG and PGCG and also report a systematic review of the literature regarding the various treatments proposed.
Robinson, W. Thorax , Saccular aneurysm caused by bacterial endocarditis in a syphilitic aorta. The rapid development of a saccular aneurysm during successfully treated bacterial endocarditis, in an ascending aorta previously affected by syphilis which had been treated with adequate chemotherapy 15 years previously, is described.
Acronym for Astigmatic Keratotomy A surgical procedure used to correct moderate cases of astigmatism Often performed at the same time as the Radial Keratotomy procedure for correcting nearsightedness The procedures are somewhat similar, differing primarily in the pattern of incisions made in the outer periphery of the cornea in order to change its shape to the curvature needed to correct the refractive problem Both AK and RK have been largely replaced by newer refractive surgery procedures See Refractive Surgery in Eye Care Encyclopedia. Avtomat Klashnikova, or Automatic Kalashnikov The most widely used automatic rifle line in the world, Russian-designed; there are several Airsoft variants.
Title: Girl in the Arena Author: Lise Haines Pages: Summary: It's a fight to the death - on live TV - when a gladiator's daughter steps into the arena Lyn is a neo-gladiator's daughter, through and through. Her mother has made a career out of marrying into the high-profile world of televised blood sport, and the rules of the Gladiator Sports Association are second nature to their family.