H B Pfrunder

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Morphological examinations were performed in a total of 318 subjects (168 men and 150 women). Electron microscopic and immunohistological examinations were added in selected cases. Phlebosclerosis is a fibrotic degeneration of the venous wall that is regularly found in non-varicose veins of aged persons. Although its incidence is age-related, no correlation(More)
This study describes the morphology of the adaptive response of the pulmonary parenchyma after the resection of lung tissue. Rats aged 23 days were subjected to the bilobectomy of the right upper and middle lobes representing 25% of the total lung volume. On the postoperative Days 1, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, and 30, the lungs were fixed by standardized(More)
Venous valves do not play a role in pathogenesis of primary varicose veins. Their number remains constant during life time. In varicose veins their insufficiency is secondary. Intimal fibrosis is no prerequisite for the development of varicose veins. It is a frequent finding in non-varicose veins of all age groups. Fibrosis of media and adventitia is no(More)
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