Agnes Hertelendy

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Amongst 128 patients with Hodgkin's disease six were found to have involvement of Waldeyer's lymphoid ring, one in tonsil and five in nasopharynx. Of these, three were histologically verified by biopsies taken from Waldeyer's ring, whilst three had histology only from upper cervical lymph nodes. Disease was confined to head and neck area by five, one had a(More)
A case of a 51-year-old female suffering in polycystic liver disease is presented. The patient had bulging upper abdomen, pain in the right subcostal region originating perhaps from the stretching liver capsule and a considerably shortened prothrombin time. Only minor portions of liver tissue could be detected by imaging methods, therefore surgical solution(More)
PURPOSE This study involved a prospective evaluation of the results of the balloon catheter dilation of lower gastrointestinal stenoses. METHODS First a guide-wire was introduced into the stenosis followed under x-ray control by a double-lumen balloon catheter, or directly through the endoscope a balloon catheter, with progressive dilation under pressures(More)
Authors analyse the value of intravenous pyelography, ultrasonography, computed tomography, angiography and fine needle aspiration biopsy in the detection, differentiation and staging of renal space-occupying lesions, on the basis of examinations performed in 158 patients, in comparison with results of surgery and/or clinical follow up. Their conclusion is(More)
Staging of malignant lymphomas, monitoring of response to therapy and regular follow-up of treated patients can properly be performed by new diagnostic imaging modalities. Diagnosis of subdiaphragmatic nodal involvement by ultrasonography and computed tomography is based on enlargement of lymph nodes. Lymphography is the only method which can depict(More)
A case report of a young male patient is demonstrated who has drunk hydrochloric acid with intention of suicide. Because of an extensive necrosis of the stomach, total gastrectomy with double exclusion of the esophagus and with jejunostomy was performed as an acute intervention. 6 weeks after the acute operation, a successful esophagojejunal bypass was(More)
The authors report about surgical treatment of herpes simplex encephalitis, although conservative management of this disease is the method of choice in the first place. They draw a lesson from this case that certain cases of large space occupying lesions of infectious origin leading to brain stem compression may require surgical management, even if they(More)
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