Henrik Schachner

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The purpose of this study was the mathematical analysis of IMRT with many non-coplanar fields for planning target volumes (PTV) surrounding nearly spherical organs at risk (OAR). Our approach is partially analogous to the well known inverse planning for a cylindrically symmetric (CS) case (Brahme et al 1982 Phys. Med. Biol. 27 1221-9) and leads to a(More)
The original version of this article unfortunately contained mistakes: Fig. 1e was missing. The correct version of Fig. 1a–e is given on the right. Reference 14 was listed incorrectly. The corrected reference called: 14. Kamolz L-P, Lumenta DB, Kitzinger HB, Frey M. Tissue engineering for cutaneous wounds: an overview of current standards and possibilities.(More)
Deep excision down to the muscle fascia and split-thickness skin grafting is a necessary part in modern surgical care of adult burn patients presenting with full-thickness wounds. We evaluated a new surgical approach combining a dermal matrix, autologous fat-transfer, and split-thickness skin grafting. Full thickness burn wounds of five consecutive patients(More)
To characterize MRI features of the intraarticular disk of the acromioclavicular joint. We studied the appearance of 11 acromioclavicular joints of six cadavers (subjects aged 57–89 years at the time of death) and six healthy shoulders on T1-weighted, T2 (TSE)-weighted, STIR and PD (fat saturated) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and compared the findings(More)
Understanding early stage renal malfunctions with regard to the glomerular filtration processes is essential for nephropathological prescreening strategies and intervention at an early stage. Mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) in combination with histopathology can provide an universal analytical approach. Proteomic and lipidomic aspects of glomerular(More)
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