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Patient registries are databases essential for identifying and tracking individuals with a particular disease and for collecting epidemiological information. The data obtained are necessary for quality control and quality assurance in treatment and for studying the impact of new developments on prevention, diagnosis and treatment. The Austrian Hemophilia(More)
In this multicentric study the anamnestic data and parents questionaires of 2-29 children were evaluated, whose appendix vermiformis at the time of operation showed no signs of inflammation. 31,1% macroscopically showed cicatrisation or fasciation, in 13,7% other enteral or gynaecological (1%) findings were present. In 1194 of the cases of(More)
An inquiry of Austrian paediatric and thoracic surgeons revealed six children aged 4 months to 5 years who had undergone circumferential resection of the trachea for congenital or acquired tracheal stenoses. Clinical data relating to these six Austrian cases are briefly presented. Experience shows that circumferential resection of localized tracheal(More)
A report is given on a case of intralobar pulmonary sequestration (I. L. S), which was hospitalized with the suspect diagnosis of a cavernous tuberculous infection. The 3 6/12-year-old boy was suffering of recurrent respiratory infections. These led finally to a thoracic X-ray control. X-rays showed a cystic malformation of the left lower lobe. This(More)