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Carl August Krauspe (1895-1983)-Founder and honorary member of the "European Society of Pathology" and "politically reliable" National Socialist.
The name of the Hamburg pathologist Carl August Krauspe (1895-1983) is closely linked to the history of the "European Society of Pathology" (ESP) and the "German Pathological Society" (DGP): He wasExpand
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Divergent Molecular Evolution of the Mitochondrial Sulfhydryl:Cytochrome c Oxidoreductase Erv in Opisthokonts and Parasitic Protists*
Background: The machinery for protein import into the mitochondrial intermembrane space has been studied in mammals, yeast, and plants. Results: Protist Erv homologues are conservedExpand
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Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinsonian patients – Ethical evaluation of stimulation-induced personality alterations
s und Responses • Respect for the self-identity of brain cancer patients requires effective therapies – not therapeutic nihilism, Peer commentary to the target article of L. Anderson-Shaw, G. Baslet,Expand
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Knowledge and attitudes on electroconvulsive therapy in Germany: A web based survey
OBJECTIVE The aim of this article is to examine knowledge and attitudes on electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) among the German population. METHOD A web-based population survey based on a standardizedExpand
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Rezente Mängel der Leichenschau und ihre historischen Ursachen: Eine Analyse aus medizingeschichtlicher Sicht
In recent years, the enactment of uniform national regulations concerning postmortem examination has become a persistent demand. There is strong criticism of the reliability of coroner's inquest: TheExpand
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Ethical dilemmas of dental implantology: Ready for aftercare?
Dental implantology is one of the most attractive and dynamic fields of work within clinical dentistry. It provides many patients with new and improved opportunities for stable (implant-supported)Expand
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[Ethical perspectives on E‑health and health apps : Is all that is achievable desirable?]
  • D. Gross, M. Schmidt
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Bundesgesundheitsblatt, Gesundheitsforschung…
  • 1 March 2018
The aim of technical innovation-and the standpoint from which to assess technology-must be to expand human spaces of action and improve social coexistence. Although many current developments have theExpand
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Digitalization in dentistry: ethical challenges and implications.
OBJECTIVE Scientific papers and books on digital dentistry are in vogue. In most cases, these publications focus clearly on the - undoubted - potentials and possibilities offered by digitalization.Expand
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ATTITUDES AND ACCEPTANCE TOWARD THE TECHNOLOGY OF CRYONICS IN GERMANY.
Objectives: This study explores the awareness and the degree of acceptance of the idea of the medical technology cryonics-the freezing of a corpse to revive it in the future-among German citizens.Expand
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"… a life broken in two" Walter Pagel (1898-1983)-Famous pathologist and victim of Nazi Germany.
There is no doubt that Walter Pagel (1898-1983) is one of the most outstanding figures in the history of pathology. Not only his fundamental research on tuberculosis and various other fields ofExpand
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