Andrea Güttler

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Das koronare Subclavian-Steal-Syndrom ist eine seltene Ursache pektanginöser Beschwerden nach einer A.-mammaria-interna-Bypassoperation. Im Folgenden wird über einen 72-jährigen Patienten mit Schwindel sowie pektanginösen Beschwerden bei bekannter, mit einer Dreifachbypassoperation versorgter koronarer Dreigefäßerkrankung berichtet. Klinisch auffällig war(More)
HISTORY A 56-year-old male patient has suffered from increasing pain in the left foot which limited the ability of walking since 18 months. There was a soft and painful swelling below the left inner ankle. In addition the patient reported back pain, but no neurological symptoms. Insulin dependent diabetes type II was known for 20 years, and a diabetic foot(More)
BACKGROUND Cystic fibrosis-related liver disease (CFLD) is present in up to 30% of cystic fibrosis patients and can result in progressive liver failure. Diagnosis of CFLD is challenging. Non-invasive methods for staging of liver fibrosis display an interesting diagnostic approach for CFLD detection. AIM We evaluated transient elastography (TE), acoustic(More)
The coronary subclavian-steal-syndrome is a rare cause for angina pectoris following A. mammaria interna bypass operation. A 72-year-old male patient presented with vertigo and angina pectoris. A three vessel coronary artery disease was known and coronary artery surgery with three aortocoronary bypasses had been performed a year prior to presentation. A(More)
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