Heribert Fleischmann

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Microcystic adnexal carcinoma (MAC) is a locally aggressive neoplasm that has recently been recognized as a clinicopathologic entity. Its histologic appearance includes both pilar and eccrine differentiation. We initially treated two patients with MAC of the cheek and of the nasolabial fold, respectively; by microscopically controlled excision because of(More)
Microcystic adnexal carcinoma is a distinct clinicopathologic entity with combined pilar and eccrine differentiation. Clinically it resembles other adnexal neoplasms, but it tends to be deeply invasive and locally aggressive. A 47-year-old man with microcystic adnexal carcinoma of the left cheek with deep dermal and subcutaneous invasion was successfully(More)
In several European countries, doctors and staff in hospitals, practices, and addiction treatment centers are faced with rapidly increasing numbers of subjects who suffer from acute complications of the use of methamphetamine (crystal). Although epidemiological data on methamphetamine use are still limited, the rate of (meth) amphetamine-induced mortality(More)
OBJECTIVE The effects of mental illness on the quality of life of relatives were assessed with the SF-36 (Short Form-36 Health Survey). METHODS 304 relatives of 360 patients answered the SF-36 at hospital admission. The participant's data (age and gender) were randomizedly paired to data records of the German standard population. RESULTS Relatives of(More)
To improve reliability of diagnosis of a specific subgroup of chronic alcoholics with multiple impairments (CMA), operational criteria have been proposed. To evaluate usability and sensitivity vs. specificity, all in-patients fulfilling ICD-10 criteria of alcohol dependence were screened on two randomly chosen dates. Two clinically "extreme" groups were(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the prevalence of malaria parasitemia in north-east Nigeria and to evaluate the measures for the prevention of malaria. METHODS A village in north-eastern Nigeria was selected for the cross sectional study at the height of the rainy season in October 2011. A total of 550 inhabitants of a hamlet were recruited for this study. After(More)
In Germany, the economic situation of psychiatric hospitals has markedly changed during the last years. Whilst the number of patients has steadily increased, many clinics considerably reduced the number of therapeutic staff due to an increasing lack of financial support. The German psychiatry personnel regulations act defines the number of therapeutic staff(More)