Helmut Strosche

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Prospective multicentric study on unicondylar knee arthroplasties using the minimally invasive method described by Repicci. Three hundred and seventy nine unicondylar knee arthroplasties in patients with an average age of 66 years were examined preoperatively and 40 weeks postoperatively. In 98.4% of the cases the medial compartment was replaced. The(More)
BACKGROUND The homogeneity of the schemes for follow-up care after curative surgical treatment of early breast cancer is still a matter of debate in Germany. We investigated whether symptom-oriented follow-up is equivalent in terms of survival rates to conventional surveillance based on scheduled tests. PATIENTS AND METHODS In a prospective,(More)
The success of precisely indicated surgical treatment of posttraumatic deformities of the femur shaft depends on painstaking preoperative planning with exact assessment of the locus of correction, careful determination of the correction angle, and choice of an adequate operation method. In correction operations plate osteosynthesis is necessary, in contrast(More)
Using a fast responding polarographic pO2-probe of the hypodermic needle type with a tip diameter of 300 microns we investigated the influence of vascular reconstructive surgery on the tissue pO2 of the tibialis ant. muscle. In 10 patients suffering from a peripheral occlusive disease state II-III according to FONTAINE measurements of tissue pO2, pain free(More)
Intraarterial infusions of short acting vasoactive drugs have been established in the treatment of peripheral occlusive disease. We studied the effect of prostaglandin E1 on the tissue pO2 of the tibialis ant. muscle. Using a fast responding polarographic pO2-probe of the hypodermic needle type, tip diameter 300 microns, we made tissue pO2 investigations in(More)
Twenty-six totally implantable catheter systems for intra-arterial infusions were used in patients with peripheral arterial occlusive disease. A total of 606 short-term infusions were administered via the system. The patients were observed up to 22 months. There was an over-all rate of complications in 15.3%. The complications described were: one catheter(More)
Clinical and radiological findings obtained from diagnosis and follow-up examination of post-traumatic algodystrophy (Morbus Sudeck) are very much open to subjective interpretation. Decisive importance is attributed not only to alteration of soft tissue but also to typical distribution patterns and severity of bone demineralisation. No objectifiable and(More)
33 hepatico-jejunostomies have been performed because of a stricture of the bile-passages. Two of the cases were due to primary sclerosing cholangitis. The other strictures were caused by preceding operations. Four cases of death are discussed. Shrinking of anastomosis can be avoided: 1. If the jejunal loop is not directly connected with the hepatic-duct.(More)
Detrimental effect of shock on gallbladder is a rare complication which may occur in the wake of trauma or surgery. Sex ratio, incidence, lethality, and possible pathophysiological processes are stated and discussed. The incidence of posttraumatic cholecystitis appeared to be higher among patients in the second to fourth decades of age, while postoperative(More)
Ziel der vorliegenden Studie war die Bewertung der diagnostischen Treffsicherheit nuklearmedizinischer Untersuchungstechniken bei Patienten mit schmerzhafter Knieprothese. Zwischen 2003 und 2007 wurden 87 Patienten mit schmerzhafter Knieprothese sowohl mit der 99mTc-Dreiphasenskelettszintigraphie (99mTc-Dreiphasen-DPD; n=120) als auch mit(More)