Helmut v. Brehm

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Traumatic ruptures and aneurysms of the thoracic aorta have increasingly been observed during the last decade. According to the literature and our own experience based on 23 injured people, a total of 305 patients have hitherto been treated surgically. 87 patients were operated upon within the early phase (rupture) with a lethality rate of 24%; 218 patients(More)
1. An 4 Schleigehirnen werden die topographischen Verhältnisse des N.l.t. untersucht. Dabei werden außer den bisher bekannten Partes medialis und ventrolateralis ebenfalls bilateral angelegte Partes lateralis und rostralis neu beschrieben. Die einzelnen Anteile des N.l.t. unterscheiden sich zytoarchitektonisch und funktionell. Die Partes medialis und(More)
Anomalies of the course and the position of the aortic arch and variants of the origins of its branches may become clinically important on account of narrowing of the trachea and of the esophagus. Examples of the most common types of these deformities, mainly observed in babies, are presented with their clinical and radiological symptomatology. Preoperative(More)
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