Harry Paul Stein

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Two hundred seventy-three Patients with acute SAH were treated within the last 46 months (1.4.1991 to 31.1.1995). Diagnosis was made upon visible SAH on CT-scans or bloody spinal tap regardless of a negative CT-scan. These patients harbored 194 aneurysms, 25 AVM and cavernomas. Within the same time-period we treated 27 Patients without SAH but harboring(More)
In two children with left coronary artery to right ventricle fistula, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging provided high-quality images of the course of the dilated coronary artery and its termination in the right ventricular apex. The advantages of this noninvasive multiplanar imaging technique for visualization of coronary fistulae and dilated coronary(More)
A 24-year-old female diabetic patient was hospitalized because of ketoacidosis and a necrotic wound on the hand. Debridement and antibiotic therapy failed to halt the process. After demonstration of Mucor in cultures from the wound, the patient underwent extensive surgery and amphotericin B was administered. When the necrotic process continued despite these(More)
Pharmacological thrombolysis is a valuable therapeutic modality for embolic arterial occlusion. Nevertheless, thorough evaluation of the indications is imperative to avoid serious complications. The most frequent complication is hemorrhage. Of these, the intracerebral hemorrhages are rare, but when they do occur they are an immediate threat to life they are(More)
Within 27 months 122 patients with severe head injury were treated at our clinic. Of these patients twelve (9.8%) were categorized as having a primary brain stem lesion (9 male and 3 female, mean age 28.3 years (17 to 73 years). Their injuries were caused primarily by traffic accidents. Initial and follow-up CT ruled out mass lesions or other causes for(More)