Henning Schindler

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Elevations in the lateral and dorsal neck region are known to be highly correlated with chromosomal aberrations in human fetuses. However, the morphology of the elevations is poorly described. Only in the case of Turner's syndrome has lymphatic vessel formation been shown to be deficient leading to swellings in the nuchal area. In Down's syndrome,(More)
This study compares the effect of epinephrine (11 dogs) with that of the combination of epinephrine with calcium (10 dogs) in CPR after anoxial cardiac arrest. In the epinephrine group resuscitation was successful in all 11 dogs within 4 minutes. In the calcium group only 7 out of 10 dogs could be resuscitated: 3 dogs died during CPR in cause of(More)
Factors which positively or adversely affect the response of cow groups to different planned conception periods were analyzed and quantified. Cows were randomly assigned to groups for breeding at postpartum intervals of 35 to 59, 60 to 90 and 120 to 150 days in a research herd, or 60 to 90 and 120 to 150 days in a cooperating commercial herd, with a planned(More)
Beim isolierten Sinusknotensyndrom wird die alleinige Vorhofstimulation empfohlen. Diese schließt jedoch das Risiko einer sich im Verlauf entwickelnden AV-Leitungsstörung mit bedrohlichen ventrikulären Bradykardien mit ein. Diese Möglichkeit führt häufig dazu, dass von vornherein eine zusätzliche Ventrikelelektrode implantiert wird. In dieser(More)
In cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) of dogs after anoxic cardiac arrest the effect was compared of epinephrine (E) alone (50 micrograms/kg, n = 11) to that of epinephrine plus calcium chloride (20 mg/kg) and of diltiazem (150 micrograms/kg 30 sec after E and 25-50 micrograms/kg/min after restoration of spontaneous circulation). The success of(More)
The lethal operative risk in gallbladder and bile duct operations decreased from 2.16% in the period 1964-1976 to 1.32% in the period 1979-1987.--Main operative risk factors are gallbladder and bile duct complications and the age beyond the 6th decade of life.--The lethality of choledocholithiasis actually amounts to the 37-fold of uncomplicated(More)
The biphenyl-degrading Gram-negative bacterium Cupriavidus basilensis (formerly Ralstonia sp.) SBUG 290 uses various aromatic compounds as carbon and energy sources and has a high capacity to transform bisphenol A (BPA), which is a hormonally active substance structurally related to biphenyl. Biphenyl-grown cells initially hydroxylated BPA and converted it(More)