Benedict Schrinner

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One weak point of the German Social Health Insurance regulations valid until 1999 was that an overlapping co-operation between different sectors of medical social security (service providers of various sectors, in particular in the in-patient and out-patient sectors) was de facto almost impossible. Reason for this inefficiency is that as a rule the economic(More)
Purpose: We investigated whether percutaneous suturing of Achilles tendon ruptures showed better results and superiority in terms of clinical outcomes when compared to open suturing. Methods: We conducted a case-control study. Between 2009 and 2014, we performed surgical revisions of closed acute Achilles tendon ruptures in our hospital in 146 patients, of(More)
The aim of this prospective study was to evaluate the functional outcome of transanal surgery in male patients suffering from fecal incontinence, soiling, and obstructed defecation associated with rectal mucosal prolapse. All male patients who underwent transanal surgery (either stapled or Delorme mucosectomy) for rectal mucosal prolapse associated with(More)
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