Christian Buschmann

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During the past 2 years percutaneous fine-needle aspiration biopsy has been employed to help establish or confirm diagnosis in 32 infants and children. A 22-gauge needle is used to aspirate the site of suspected disease. For lesions inside the chest or abdomen, the needle is guided with the help of fluoroscopy, ultrasound, or computed tomography (CT) scan.(More)
Two cases resembling poisoning by phosgene following the use of a paint remover containing methylene chloride in ill-ventilated rooms heated by an oil stove are described. Experiments carried out under similar conditions demonstrated the production of phosgene in toxic concentrations. The potential hazards from non-inflammable solvents are discussed. The(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to evaluate the demographics, mechanisms, pattern, injury severity, and the outcome (ie, length of intensive care unit [ICU] stay, length of mechanical ventilation, total length of stay, mortality) in multiple-injured children based on a review from the German trauma registry study ("Traumaregister") of the German(More)
Femoral head necrosis occurs in 8-15% of Wistar Kyoto (WKY) rats, and in up to 46% of spontaneous hypertensive (SHR) rats. For SHR rats, the etiologic factors have been described while the pathomechanism of femoral head necrosis in Wistar rats remains unclear. The aim of this study has been to compare the vasoconstrictive effect of noradrenaline on femoral(More)
We report on the case of an 81-year-old woman who was hospitalised because of severe pain at the sacro-iliacal joint radiating into the left leg without any accompanying neurological defect. X-rays demonstrated a step in the left massa lateralis of the sacrum, thus CT scans and MRI were performed, and multiple perineural cysts (Tarlov's cysts) were found.(More)
BACKGROUND The efficiency and success of computer-assisted fluoroscopic navigation systems mainly depend on the quality of the process of image acquisition: obtaining the correct view of anatomic structures, relative orientation of multiplanar X-ray images and the necessary amount of radiation dose. These systems may be optimised by using a system called(More)
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