Henning Ryssel

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Neuroimaging techniques such as diffusion- and perfusion-weighted MR imaging have been proposed as tools for advanced diagnosis in hyperacute ischemic stroke. There is, however, substantial doubt regarding the feasibility and practicality of applying MR imaging for the diagnosis of stroke on a routine basis, especially with respect to(More)
We studied the diagnostic and prognostic value of diffusion- and perfusion-weighted magnetic resonancce imaging (DWI and PWI) for the initial evaluation and follow-up monitoring of patients with stroke that had ensued less than 6 hours previously. Further, we examined the role of vessel patency or occlusion and subsequent recanalization or persistent(More)
Tissue changes in ischaemic stroke are detectable by diffusion-weighted MRI (DWI) within minutes of the onset of symptoms. However, in daily routine CT is still the preferred imaging modality for patients with acute stroke. Our purpose of this study was to determine how early and reliably ischaemic brain infarcts can be identified by CT and DWI. Three(More)
INTRODUCTION Composite tissue allotransplantation is a newly emerged field of transplantation. Shock wave technology has already been used in the treatment of urologic and orthopedic disorders. Recent studies demonstrated a suppression of the early proinflammatory immune response. METHODS 50 allogeneic hindlimb transplantations were performed on rats in 5(More)
OBJECTIVE Case report and review of the current literature about febrile ulceronecrotic Mucha-Habermann disease (FUMHD). METHODS Review of our patient's medical records and of the current literature. RESULTS The FUMHD is a rare and potentially lethal type of pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta. It is characterized by the sudden onset of(More)
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