Christian Bätz

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Protein S, a vitamin-K dependent glycoprotein is a cofactor of protein-C system, which acts as an inhibitor of the plasmatic coagulation. Protein-S congenital deficiency results in recurrent venous thromboses, atypical locations in portal and mesenteric veins are possible. In our patient the partial thrombosis of the portal vein was diagnosed by computed(More)
It is reported on a 22-year-old female patient with a chondroplastic osteosarcoma in the sacrum in whom in the course of her disease a massive embolism due to a tumour developed under the clinical picture of an acute pulmonary embolism. The clinical tentative diagnosis of a massive pulmonary embolism was confirmed by means of lung perfusion scintigram and(More)
In an earlier study, we were able to show that giant fold gastritis is probably a special form of Helicobacter pylori-associated gastritis. Proof of this contention, however--namely regression of the giant folds following eradication of the organism--in a large number of patients was not then possible. To rectify this, Helicobacter pylori (HP) eradication(More)
We investigated the question as to how frequently Helicobacter pylori gastritis is present in cases of endoscopically detected giant folds of the corpus and fundic mucosa, and whether this gastritis differs from Helicobacter pylori associated gastritis with no giant folds. Biopsy material obtained from 138 patients with giant folds (sex ratio: 1.0 men: 105(More)
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