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Neurinoma of the recurrent nerve represent a rare differential diagnosis of solid scintigraphic cold nodules of the thyroideal region. The authors report one case of recurrent nerve neurinoma with the clinical findings and surgical procedure.
The role of CT and MRI in the evaluation of patients for possible insertion of a multichannel intracochlear hearing device was appraised. The study included 52 patients who underwent both CT and MRI examinations, 40 of whom were later operated on. Coronal and axial T2-weighted spin-echo sequences were performed in 25 volunteers with normal hearing and in 47… (More)
The effects of torasemide on renal glomerular and tubular functions were studied in rats using clearance and micropuncture techniques. A dose-response relationship of torasemide in the range of 0.2-20 mg/kg b.w. on the increase of urine volume, urinary sodium and potassium excretion was established. The effect of a dose of 0.2 mg/kg b.w. torasemide was… (More)
A bacterial lysate (OM-85 BV), a preparation of purified bacterial ribosomes (D53) and a placebo were tested for ability to induce the local appearance of specific antibody-containing cells. The three compounds were given orally to 90 children who required tonsillectomy. Surgery was carried out after 1 month of therapy. Frozen-cut sections of each tonsil… (More)
Treatment of patients with severe bilateral hearing loss by cochlear implants usually requires normal temporal bone anatomy. The authors report one case in which the electrophysiological criteria for cochlear implant were fulfilled. However, the patient showed unfavourable anatomy because of a radical mastoid cavity on the suitable side and a congenital… (More)
The authors report on possibilities and borderlines of reconstructive microsurgery of the recurrent laryngeal nerve. When paralysis of the vocal cord is proved after thyreoidectomy exploration and control of the nerve should be done immediately. This must be done as fast as possible, latest at the 7th day after thyreoidectomy. If there is found nerve injury… (More)
We recorded 45 sialograms on digital screens and discuss the use of a digital recording, processing and screening system for the diagnosis of inflammation, tumours and stones of the major salivary glands. Thirty-three investigations of a total of 33 parotid sialograms and 12 submandibular sialograms were analysed. A ductal examination with small volumes of… (More)
The etiology of internal jugular vein thrombosis has changed over to non-inflammatory causes. The advancement in non-invasive diagnostic methods often allows a very early diagnosis. The usual operative therapy is completed by new conservative methods. The authors report about the changed etiology, newer diagnostic methods and actual therapies of the disease.