Ansgar Meyer

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OBJECTIVE The following study analyses the hysteroscopic experience of multiple gynecologic centers throughout Germany in regard to the incidence of complications, the therapy of these complications and anesthesiological management during 21,676 hysteroscopic procedures. METHODS AND MATERIAL Under the supervision of the German Society of Gynecology(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare formation of adhesions after injury to both parietal and visceral peritoneum and to determine the benefit of autologous transplants and alloplastic barriers in adhesion prevention. DESIGN Experimental prospective animal study and prospective randomized clinical study. SETTING An academic research environment. PATIENT(S) Forty(More)
OBJECTIVES To evaluate whether preoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) allows prediction of complete tumour resection in patients planned for pelvic exenteration (PE). STUDY DESIGN Data of all patients treated by PE at a gynaecologic cancer centre between 6/1999 and 5/2005 were studied retrospectively. Preoperative MRI scans were re-analysed blindly(More)
Hysteroscopy and falloposcopy are routine procedures in gynecological endoscopy. Injuries to the cervix or uterine perforations due to blind manipulation or wrong use of instruments are the most common complications associated with these procedures. In vitro simulators have been shown to be valuable tools in the laparoscopic training of physicians.(More)
BACKGROUND Familial hypocalciuric hypercalcemia is a rare disease with autosomal dominant transmission. Its basic defect is unknown and it requires no treatment. CASE REPORT A 4 month-old girl was admitted for unexplained crying. She was found to have hypercalcemia (2.8 mmol/l) and later values of blood calcium were 3, 3.1 and 3 mmol/l. The serum free(More)
A 28-year-old male patient had a chalazion on his left eyelid. Increased discomfort led to the discovery of a conjunctival mass under the inner part of his upper eyelid. On clinical examination, a small reddish mass on the palpebral conjunctiva of the upper left eyelid was only visible on the underside of the lid; the mass was diffusely reddish.(More)
A 67-year-old woman had three different tumors of the eyelids. The most prominent one was a nevus of the free margin of the inferior left eyelid. The nevus was followed for 18 months without change while two epidermal papillomatous tumors grew and were surgically removed. Histopathology disclosed that one tumor was a seborrheic keratosis and the other was a(More)
A cystic cutaneous mass was observed on the lateral canthus of the left eyelid in a 25-year-old woman, 2 years after being operated on for a lesion that had existed in the same area several years before, but the patient could not identify its nature. The present mass appeared as a well-circumscribed bluish cystic lesion. A surgical resection was performed;(More)
A 6-year-old girl had a single molluscum contagiosum of the lower eyelid. Clinically, the tumor had grown slowly since it had been discovered 8 months before the child was seen at our consultation. It appeared as a nodular lesion on the middle part of the eyelid. Its surface was irregular and its color was the same as the epidermis. It was surgically(More)
A cutaneous horn was observed close to the free margin of the inferior right eyelid in a 26-year-old-male patient. A minimal resection was primarily performed. Histopathologic study disclosed a precancerous keratosis. As the tumor had not been entirely excised, a complementary resection was performed secondarily to obtain the entire resection of the tumor.