Christine Albrecht

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BACKGROUND Pediatric cancer patients suffer from various negative consequences due to the disease, the medical therapy and the inactivity during the intensive treatment. Only few studies have systematically identified the adverse effects of cancer on motor performance in childhood. METHODS To determine the motor performance of pediatric cancer patients, a(More)
BACKGROUND This study aims to assess the role of ductoscopy for detecting intraductal anomalies in patients with nipple discharge in comparison to conventional tests and to find an effective combination of both approaches. MATERIALS AND METHODS Prior to duct excision, ductoscopy was performed in 97 women. Histologic and all other diagnostic results were(More)
Illustrated by the selection of lactic acid bacteria to be used as biological ensilage agents, new methods are introduced; they are practicable in microtitre plate dimensions by means of an automatic analysing system. According to the test setting, statements can be made on the acidifiability, the inhibition effect on contaminants and the growth under(More)
Susceptibility to fluconazole and amphotericin B in 84 clinical isolates of Candida was determined by a macrodilution method (NCCLS). Amphotericin B was very active (CMI < 1.25 microg/ml) against C. tropicalis and C. parapsilosis. Less than 5% of C. albicans and/or C. glabrata isolates presented low susceptibility to the drug (CMI 80 > 2.50 microg/ml).(More)
Introduction Trigeminal trophic syndrome is a rare disease resulting from injury to the trigeminal nerve. It is characterised by parand anaesthesia leading to self-manipulation and ulcerative lesions in the trigeminal area. Differential diagnoses are malignancies as well as infectious and autoimmune diseases. Our case presents a severe form of trigeminal(More)
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