A. Danneberg

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On the basis of 4 patients from our own records we describe the rare syndrome of "Hyperostosis sternocostoclavicularis". The etiology of this disorder is still unclarified. In addition to a swelling that is generally only slightly tender to pressure, the most important symptom is usually a long-standing, intermittent, dull pain in the upper sternum, the(More)
untersucht. Wir fanden bei der herk6mm!ichen Klemmenmethode in 74% der F/ille parametrane Knoten. Bei der totalen Entfernung des Parametriums konnten in 89% parametrane Knoten in der Histologie gefunden werden. Diese Differenz ist statistisch signifikant. Das Vorhandensein parametraner Lymphknoten ist weitgehend in Vergessenheit geraten, obwohl Kundrat und(More)
Luxation of the sternoclavicular joint is described on the basis of the case histories and progress of patients with this very rare form of injury who underwent surgical treatment on the Orthopedic Clinic of Düsseldorf University Hospital in the years 1978 to 1988. Four of the 6 patients in our study were subjected to a follow-up examination as(More)
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