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Immunohistochemical investigations of the autonomous innervation of the cervine testis.
  • K. Wrobel, E. Schenk
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of anatomy = Anatomischer Anzeiger…
  • 1 December 2003
TLDR
There is no morphological evidence that the nerves in the cervine testis are directly involved in regulating Leydig cell function or seminiferous tubular motility, and small testes with solid and narrow tubules, are better innervated than largetestes with expanded and spermatogenetically active seminiferus tubules. Expand
[Shell splinter injuries as cause of obstructive jaundice].
  • E. Schenk
  • Medicine
  • Zentralblatt fur Chirurgie
  • 26 October 1968
[Indications for surgical management of humerus diaphyseal fractures and results].
TLDR
The patients with surgical treatment should not be considered as a group of "negative" selection, but osseous consolidation was accomplished in all of them and DC plate application has proved to be the optional method. Expand
[Results of treatment of open femoral fractures in 11 years' case material].
[Personal experiences in the reconstruction of trauma-induced bone defects].
TLDR
An analysis of all patients treated with bone grafting in a 5-year period is given, finding that the use of allogenic spongiosa cannot be recommended for traumatic defects. Expand
[Analysis of the treatment results of 230 open fractures].
[Results of operative treatment of distal intra-articular humeral fractures in adults].
[Personal indications for conservative therapy of fractures of the upper ankle joint].
[Wound infection after traumatologic interventions].
[The use of spring nails in nailing pertrochanteric femoral fractures].
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