Friedrich Biedermann

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After a brief survey of the forms of cranial meningoencephaloceles, the current opinions on their development, symptoms and surgical therapy, a report is given on the case of a five-year-old boy suffering from a sphenoethmoidal meningocele of the size 3 x 3 x 4 cm. There was at the same time a wide median palate cleft, obviously a consequence of the(More)
A new method, first applied two years ago in our clinic, has proved to be reliable for achieving a rapid reepithelialisation of epithelial defects after scar removal inside the trachea. The defect is seeded with isolated respiratory epithelial cells harvested the day before from the ethmoid. Isolation of epithelial cells was achieved by keeping the mucosa(More)