Helmut Kohlmann

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The present paper begins with a description of the clinical picture of Terrien's disease. Using radionuclide dacryography (RND) to determine secretion, reduced tear secretion was found unilaterally in four patients and bilaterally in one (as indicated by the half-lives of the conjunctival drainage curves). In four patients RND failed to reveal any reduction(More)
• Background: Perioperative analysis and classification of vitreous cell components needs a quick method sufficient to prepare both single cells and cellular membranes. • Methods: In an attempt to clarify the usefulness of immunoimpression cytology we examined 82 eyes with proliferative vitreoretinopathy, proliferative diabetic retinopathy, perforating(More)
The authors investigated the dependence of the local clearance of 133xenon to the viscosity of the blood. Increase of viscosity of blood compared with decrease of local clearance of 133xenon by patients with monoclonal gammopathy were demonstrated. It was also shown that using the Beta-part of radiation of 133xenon is sufficient for looking for(More)
BACKGROUND Long-term silicone oil tamponade may cause increased numbers of vacuoles in the retina. Conventional methods of histological preparation dissolve silicone oil and optically empty spaces are seen. METHOD We examined the retinas of 20 human eyes after silicone oil injection. We obtained the material by peripheral retinectomies during vitrectomy(More)
BACKGROUND Thermometry and -graphy prove asymmetries of the circulation. Contact-free thermometry of the cornea is applied to find out whether this method can contribute to differential diagnosis of ocular melanomas. MATERIALS AND METHODS Under standardized conditions the temperature of the cornea was measured in 30 patients with malignant melanoma of the(More)
The use of infrared thermovision to examine a patient with infiltrative orbitopathy and combined immunodeficiency is described. In addition to a thermic quantification of infiltrated areas of the eyes and face, it proved possible, with dynamic measurement, to define exactly the extent of pathologically increased temperatures. Other applications of infrared(More)
Hintergrund: Eine längerfristige intraokulare Silikonölimplantation induziert in der Netzhaut das Auftreten zahlreicher Vakuolen. In konventionellen histologischen Schnitten erscheinen diese Vakuolen optisch leer, da Silikonöl durch die histologische Aufarbeitung aus dem Gewebe herausgelöst wird. Methode: Im Rahmen von Vitrektomien wurden von 20 Patienten(More)
The rare and almost benign granular cell tumour has been described at first by Abrikossoff in 1925. The occurrence of this tumour in the esophagus is a rarity.--On occasion of gastroesophagoscopy of a 33-years old man we found an almost pea-sized polypous esophageal granular cell tumour, wich was completely removed with the diathermic electrosurgical snare.(More)
The clinical findings and results of perfusion-pressure videoangiography (PVA) are described in a 50-year old patient suffering from birdshot retinochoroidopathy. PVA according to Ulrich and Ulrich makes it possible to observe the gradual filling of the retinal and choroidal vessels relative to ocular perfusion pressure. The patient's PVA reveals that the(More)
The lens epithelium of the human eye plays a crucial role in the pathogenesis of primary and secondary cataract. Sixty hematoxylin-eosinstained lens epithelia were examined using a light microscope. Cell parameters were compared to one another in the various age groups of patients, between patients with secondary cataract (radiation cataract, steroid(More)
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