Henrich C. Sommerschild

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Long-term intermittent venous access was established in 26 children by means of a central venous catheter (CVC) with a subcutaneous injection port (Port-A-Cath) (PAC). As of December, 1985, PACs had been in place for 20-750 days (cumulative 10,890 days) with 647 entries into the system. The PACs were used for blood sampling and administration of(More)
Total extirpation of an ectopic ureter may sometimes be necessary, but may be hazardous to the sphincter apparatus and urinary continence. By preparing the ureter from above, cutting it a few centimeters from the orifice, and extroverting it through its orifice, total removal is possible without risk to the sphincter muscle or other involved organs. The(More)