Hanna Röhrich

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The Drug Enforcement Administration classified the drug methylenedioxymethamphetamine, MDMA, also known as Ecstacy, as a Schedule I controlled substance on July 1, 1985. The controversy surrounding the classification of MDMA is related to the question of its efficacy as an adjunct to psychotherapy and the larger issue of how to regulate the production and(More)
A retrospective study of forty-one consecutively admitted adolescent psychiatric patients who were not referred for substance abuse problems revealed a 71 percent rate of diagnosable abuse. Clinical interview, drug screening, and family history were assessed for their relative contribution to diagnoses. A conduct disorder diagnosis was found to be highly(More)
Wax moulages were used as pathological-anatomical teaching objects in medicine well into this century. On the occasion of the restauration of the moulage collection of the Department of Dermatology, University of Munich, the history of Munich wax artists is reviewed. The historical development of reproductions in wax in previous centuries is described.(More)
Neoadjuvant (or induction) chemotherapy can be used for cervical cancer patients with locally advanced disease; this treatment is followed by radical surgery and/or radiation therapy. Cisplatin is considered to be the most active platinum agent drug for this cancer, with a response rate of 20%. In order to understand how the cisplatin treatment affects the(More)
A follow-up investigation of 20 patients, surgically treated for acute haemorrhagic necrotising pancreatitis, was performed in an average of 2 3/4 years after the operation. Twelve patients showed manifest diabetes mellitus, four further cases had a suspicious oral glucose tolerance test. Only one patient was insulin dependent. A secretin-pancreozymin test(More)