Arne Henning

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Profound changes occur in the uterine cervix during pregnancy. In particular, the extracellular matrix of the connective tissue is remodelled extensively. To elucidate the mechanisms involved in this process, we have analysed the proteoglycan pattern in the human cervix from pregnant and non-pregnant women. Proteoglycans of the cervix tissue specimen were(More)
Most of the estimated 20 million people who are blind with cataracts live in rural areas of developing countries, where expert surgical resources are scarce. We have studied the use of multiflex open-loop anterior-chamber intraocular lenses (ACIOL) in high-volume low-cost surgery. Between 1992 and 1995, a total of 2000 people attending Lahan Eye Hospital,(More)
In the article the regulations of the German transplantation law, which came into force on 1 December 1997, are considered from an economic perspective. First, the essential regulations of the law are described and then analyzed with respect to economic aspects. The law regulates in particular the administration of the demand surplus for organs. This could(More)
  • Arne Henning
  • Fortschritte der Ophthalmologie : Zeitschrift der…
  • 1989
We know quite a lot about the life of the oculist Joseph Hillmer of Vienna between 1746-1775, especially from newspapers of that time. In 1748, Frederic II of Prussia appointed him to a professorship at the Berlin Collegium Medico-Chirurgicum, where his duties were to lecture on ophthalmiatrics twice a week. In 1751 he travelled via Livonia and Estonia to(More)
In 1751 a German oculist, Joseph Hillmer, has been expelled from Petersburg, for the reason that he was a charlatan. Afterwards the director of the Medical Chancellery at Petersburg, Herman Kaau Boerhaave, a nephew of the great Herman Boerhaave, was obliged to defend the decision of his medical board versus Hillmer against political imputations, which had(More)
  • Arne Henning
  • Fortschritte der Ophthalmologie : Zeitschrift der…
  • 1989
At least 15 oculists were known in Berlin in the eighteenth century, beginning with Johann Andreas Eisenbarth, who visited the Prussian royal residence five times. From 1725 on, four oculists resided in Berlin for up to 33 years. Since 1740, lectures on ophthalmology had been given here as part of the surgery curriculum at Berlin Collegium(More)
V erkehrslärm ist seit Langem ein gravierendes Umweltproblem, das weite Teile des Landes betrifft. Es gibt aber geografische Schwerpunkte besonderer Lärmbelastung, wie z. B. in der Umgebung großer Verkehrsflughäfen. In den letzten Jahren hat auch der Schienenverkehrslärm zunehmende Aufmerksamkeit erfahren, insbesondere entlang von Strecken mit einer hohen(More)