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  • Appendizitis

    Hornby ST, Shahtahmassebi G, Lynch S et al (2014) Delay to surgery does not influence the pathological outcome of acute appendicitis.[springermedizin.de] “Delay to surgery does not influence the pathological outcome of acute appendicitis” Is it safe to postpone surgery for acute appendicitis?[springermedizin.de]

  • Medikamenten-induziertes Fieber

    .: Drug-induced vasculitis: a clinical and pathological review. Neth J Med 2012; 70: 12-17. 3 Micheletti RG, Werth VG: Small vessel vasculitis of the skin.[akdae.de]

  • Hypermobilitätssyndrom

    Abstract The consitutional articular hypermobility or, respectively, ligament laxity with its accompanying and pathological consequences of the hypermobility syndrome are[thieme-connect.com] The (discovered for the first time) abnormalities in the collagen pattern of the articular cartilage and meniscus confirm the hypothesis that this pathological collagen texture[thieme-connect.com] The diagnosis of a generalised articular hypermobility ist based on the positivity of the Beighton scores, and this necessitates a clinical observation of the potentially pathological[thieme-connect.com]

  • Hydrocephalus communicans

    Thus, a pathological cisternoscintigraphic activity pattern does not imply that the patient will be benefited by a shunt operation.[semanticscholar.org] Cisternoscintigraphic examination in 29 of these patients demonstrated a severe disturbance of the CSF circulation of unknown etiology; 12 of these, all of whom had pathological[semanticscholar.org] Accordingly, the treatment of communicating hydrocephalus, even if severe, in old patients with a cisternoscintigraphically demonstrated pathological CSF circulation of unknown[semanticscholar.org]

  • Infantile symmetrische Thalamusdegeneration

    .: Pathological studies of severe physically and mentally handicapped — with special reference to pathological changes of thalamus (Jap.). Advanc. neurol.[link.springer.com] .: Pathological studies of severe physically and mentally handicapped — with special reference to pathological changes of cerebellum (Jap.). Advanc. neurol.[link.springer.com] .: An electrophysiological and pathological study of peripheral nerves in Friedreich's ataxia. J. neurol.[link.springer.com]

  • Pachydermoperiostose, autosomal-dominant

    Freund H-J, Dietz V (1978) The relationship between physiological and pathological tremor. In: Desmedt JE (ed) Physiological tremor, pathological tremors and clonus.[books.google.de]

  • Mazabraud-Syndrom

    Startseite Seltene Krankheiten Suche Suche Krankheit Mazabraud-Syndrom Krankheitsdefinition Das Mazabraud-Syndrom ist eine seltene primдre Knochendysplasie (s. dort), die durch die Verbindung von faseriger Dysplasie mit intramuskulдren Myxomen gekennzeichnet ist. Die faserige Dysplasie (meist polyostotisch,[…][orpha.net]

  • Dandy-Walker-Syndrom

    Internal hydrocephalus: an experimental, clinical and pathological study. Am J Dis Child (Chicago) 1914; 8: 406–482 Walker AE.[de.wikipedia.org]

  • Penoskrotale Transposition

    [Pathological findings in the scrotum and testis and initial diagnostic management]. Urologe 2010 ,49 , 1476-80, 1482-4[urologielehrbuch.de]

  • Gliosarkom

    Pettinato: Cerebral gliosarcomas: correlation of computed tomographic findings, surgical aspect, pathological features, and prognosis.[de.wikipedia.org]

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