Georg Reimann

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The cervical spine is prone to artefacts in T2 MR-imaging due to patient movements and cerebrospinal fluid flow. The periodically rotated overlapping parallel lines with enhanced reconstruction (PROPELLER/BLADE) acquisition method was developed to reduce motion artefacts. We sought to determine if T2-BLADE is superior to T2-TSE with conventional k-space(More)
Acute psychological stress in humans induces sudden alterations in catecholamine plasma levels and in the distribution of peripheral blood lymphocytes. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) had an impact on the psychoneuroimmunologic axis. Twelve asymptomatic HIV-positive homo- or bisexual(More)
Coronary thrombosis was induced in 14 miniature pigs by means of direct current. The induction electrode was introduced via the common carotid artery into the coronary artery. The intensity of current (1 mA) and the duration of current flow (60 min) were kept constant in all the experimental animals. 6 miniature pigs survived the period of observation (48(More)
The thrombosis in dependence on the stream velocity in the electrically induced thrombosis was investigated by blood flow measurements in the femoral artery in 16 mongrel dogs. Thromboses were shown histologically in all 16 animals. 8 of them did not obturate. Obturating thromboses were produced with the application of anodic direct current of 1 mA during(More)
By means of electric induction without opening the chest in 23 dogs coronary thromboses were produced with the aid of a standardized method based on a test model of Salazar (1961). The morphological results are reported. 13 of the dogs showed coronary thromboses. At the same time in 12 animals a myocardial infarction could be registered. Altogether, we(More)
Electrically induced thrombosis is often used for pathophysiologic and therapeutic experiments. The pH value of the vascular wall was measured to approach the features of this thrombosis. After inducing thrombosis by direct current, pH value of the intima of femoral artery was found decreased. The anode was inserted in the lumen. As to the behavior of the(More)
Institute 1 Universitätsinstitut für Diagnostische Radiologie, Neuroradiologie und Nuklearmedizin, Johannes Wesling Klinikum Minden, Mühlenkreiskliniken 2 Zentrum für Innere Medizin, Krankenhaus LübbeckeRahden, Mühlenkreiskliniken 3 Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen Bibliografie DOI https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0043-104670 Dtsch Med Wochenschr 2017; 142:(More)
The authors report on an experimental model of coronary thrombosis, electrically induced in the closed thorax. By this technique they succeeded inducing coronary thrombosis with myocardial infarction in 13 cases out of 21. In three cases just disseminated myocardial necrosis was proved. All of the other animals showed vast myocardial infarctions.(More)
The influence of the function of the thrombocytes after electrical thrombosis induction by means of anodic direct current was investigated in 39 mongrel dogs. The platelet factor 3, the rotation thromboelastography, and the collagen induced thrombocytes aggregation in the optical test by Born was examined. The platelet factor 3 adhering on the thrombocytes(More)
The eventual causes of the lesion of the vascular wall through electric direct current (D. C.) in experimental artificial thrombosis are discussed by means of microscopic investigations by electron microscope and light microscope in altogether 73 mongrel dogs and 14 mini pigs. No thermic lesions of the vascular wall were observed in the coronary thrombosis(More)