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This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Abstract Atlas of Topographical Anatomy of the Domestic Animals. Peter Popesko, 1990. Ihsanul Firdaus. This book is the second part of the Atlas of topographical anatomy, in which volume the author presents a survey of the anatomical structure of small laboratory animals. Many terms in the classification of anatomical terms of the animals which are not commonly known in Czech have been listed in the book. The book is illustrated with over 40 colour plates.  If you click the link (here) you will see the Popesko's database. In this series about the same subject, the terms used for different anatomical structures vary from one book to the next. Browse Popesko's Anatomy Database. Source: Journal Article, Added on 2011.01.29. Volume III. Prof. Peter Popesko, D.M.V., Dr.Sc. Atlas of Topographical Anatomy of the Domestic Animals. - 1989 - HB (Hlada Bibliotek) · 40 Pages - 1431 KB · pdf Download PDF (1.42 MB) Category:1934 births Category:2019 deaths Category:Czech anatomists Category:People from Prague Category:Charles University in Prague alumni Category:Charles University in Prague faculty Category:Charles University in Prague faculty of medicineThe Role of Archived Tissue in the Management of Conventional Uniportable Malignancy of the Pancreas. The current management of pancreas cancer includes identification and dissection of the involved margins with curative intent. The assumption is made that the dissection of pancreas cancer will provide the only definitive treatment for the patient. We examined the role of this convention when comparing a trial of conversion surgery without margin dissection in laparoscopy for biopsy-proven conventional uniportable malignancies of the pancreas. From June 2013 to June 2014, 77 patients with pathologically proven conventional pancreas cancers were treated with laparoscopic ultrasound-guided biopsy via a transgastric approach. The patients were offered surgical conversion to laparotomy and potentially no margin dissection and considered high risk for a margin-free resection with a significant mortality benefit. Forty-two patients underwent surgical conversion: 1 with non-small cell lung

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