Harald Lerchner

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In a retrospective study 30 eyes of 18 patients suffering from developmental glaucoma (primary congenital glaucoma, Sturge Weber syndrome, juvenile glaucoma) were examined after surgery. The mean follow-up period was 13 years. Eyeball length and anterior chamber depth were measured by means of echooculometry. Biometric data (echooculometry, corneal(More)
The ability to capture individual process behavior and cover it in form of an equivalent operation support is the basis for organizational adaptation in a highly dynamic business environment. Agile process management and resilient learning are typical examples in that context. Traditional mechanisms capturing process behavior employ an external person, such(More)
The paradigm shift from traditional BPM to Subject-oriented BPM (S-BPM) is accounted to identifying independently acting subjects. As such, they can perform arbitrary actions on arbitrary objects. Abstract State Machines (ASMs) work on a similar basis. Exploring their capabilities with respect to representing and executing S-BPM models strengthens the(More)
We report three patients with recurrent Chlamydia-associated conjunctivitis. The clinical course of the Chlamydial infection was documented by positive conjunctival smears (direct immunofluorescence staining) and the evaluation of the IgA-titer in the sera (immunoperoxidase assay). The recovery of the ocular symptoms after therapy onset correlated well with(More)
A retrospective study was performed of eye injuries sustained by children up to 15 years old who had to be hospitalized for treatment. The period under review covered five years. The authors reviewed 241 cases with regard to cause of injury, type of injury, treatment, duration of hospitalization and consequences, if any. Most of the injuries were caused by(More)