Franz Marschall

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The authors report 7 patients with thromboses in the upper extremity resembling Paget-Schroetter syndrome. According to their case histories, all patients had a temporal and causal relationship between partially unusual sports activities and the genesis of the thrombosis. The cause of this condition is a strain on the subclavian and axillary veins by(More)
Receptors for atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) are known to be present in many organs, e.g. brain, liver and kidney. The aim of this study was to optimize the labelling method for ANP analogues with iodine-123 and to describe their pharmakokinetics. ANP 99-126, atriopeptin III, Tyr-atriopeptin II and urodilatin were labelled by the Iodogen method. Of the(More)
HISTORY AND CLINICAL FINDINGS For one month a 69-year-old woman had been suffering from increasingly painful and reddened swelling of both legs and induration of the skin of the left thigh, about 15 cm in diameter. In addition she had fever and rigors. Antibiotic treatment, begun because erysipelas was suspected, was ineffective and she was hospitalized.(More)
Upper extremity thrombosis (Paget-Schroetter syndrome) hints already at physical strains with regard to the synonymous term "effort thrombosis". We report two cases of upper extremity thrombosis caused by wrestling. Wrestling as an example of martial arts activity leads to traumatic venous intima lesions with resulting local activation of coagulation as a(More)
In this study, inter- and intra-individual gait pattern differences are examined in various gait situations by means of phase diagrams of the extremity angles (cyclograms). 8 test subjects walked along a walking distance of 6m under different conditions three times each: barefoot, wearing sneakers, wearing combat boots, after muscular fatigue, and wearing a(More)
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