Hans Larsen

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Providing trauma care in an austere environment is very challenging, especially when the country is faced with a natural disaster. Unfortunately the combination of these elements highlights the deficiencies in managing orthopaedic trauma both in a developing country and in the face of a natural disaster, exponentially amplifying the effects of each. When(More)
A rhesus-D-positive woman aged 32 years with two previous pregnancies was delivered of an infant with erythroblastosis foetalis caused by the rhesus antibody anti-c produced by alloimmunization during pregnancy. Screening for antibodies in the 12th week of pregnancy yielded negative results. No screening was undertaken in the 35th week of pregnancy. The(More)
On the basis of the literature and the author's own investigations the present knowledge about antikeratin antibodies (AKA) in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is summarized. The specificity of AKA for RA is described between 90% and 100%, but the sensitivity is reported as varying from 36% to 80%. In conclusion, AKA have great diagnostic value in RA and, high(More)
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There is growing evidence that idiopathic (lone) atrial fibrillation is caused by a combination of an inflamed heart lining and a dysfunctional autonomic nervous system[1-7]. Many of the triggers for atrial fibrillation such as mental and physical stress, vigorous exercise, alcohol consumption, mercury poisoning, bacterial, viral and fungal infections, and(More)
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