B. Minnigerode

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On the basis of the results in 3 own observations the endoscopic picture of the intramural oesophageal diverticulosis has been described in detail. It is characterized by an increased tonus of the oesophagus inlet musculature, a conspicuously non-irritant oesophageal mucosa, the absence or only a slightly indicated and irregular course of the expansion(More)
Two particularly problematic clinical entities are chosen from the many possible causes of the pathophysiology of subglottic tracheal stenoses in childhood: malformations of the "hard" and "soft" types of stenosis occurring typically as primary lesions; and stenoses caused by trauma (following intubation or faulty tracheostomy) as the most common secondary(More)
4 deaths due to aspiration of a nasal pack with a similar sequence of events are reported to draw attention to the increased risk of nasal packing under general anaesthesia. The legal questions of anticipating the problems, avoidance of the incident, observance of the required degree of care and the distribution of the responsibility between the surgery and(More)
The disease and death of German Emperor Frederick III has often been described in historical and medical treaties. These were all based on official political and medical reports published during 1887-1888, the time of the disease. The assertion of laryngologists, made while Frederick III was still alive, that the laryngeal carcinoma developed from a(More)