Isabel Hörnig-Franz

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We present three cases of Raine syndrome occurring in siblings of consanguineous parents. Raine syndrome is characterised by generalised osteosclerosis with craniofacial anomalies and intracranial calcifications. So far, only nine cases have been reported, and no evaluation of the distribution and extent of the cerebral mineralisations, as well as their(More)
Six hundred sixty-seven children under age 16 were enrolled in 4 consecutive studies in West Germany between 1978 and 1990. These trials were mainly designed to reduce the long-term sequelae of high dose extended-field irradiation as well as the late effects of chemotherapy, in the context of combined modality treatment for all stages. Treatment concepts(More)
UNLABELLED The main objective of the multicenter study DAL-HD-87 was to evaluate for the involved-field irradiation a dose reduction by 5 Gy compared with the precursor studies HD-82 and HD-85. Moreover, the decisional strategy for selective laparotomy developed on the basis of retrospective analyses in study HD-82 was to be tested in a prospective design.(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE A systematic procedure for up-front centralized data review and the set-up of individualized treatment proposals was integrated prospectively into the German-Austrian multicenter trial DAL-HD-90 for pediatric Hodgkin's disease (HD) in order to introduce local radiotherapy according to the individual patient's spread of disease within(More)
UNLABELLED 356 children below 16 yrs of age with CS/PS IA, IB, and IIA were treated in the studies HD-78, HD-82, HD-85, HD-87, and OEPA-pilot 87 between June 1978 and Sept 1990. All patients received combined modality treatment (CMT) with 2 courses of chemotherapy (CT). In HD-78 and HD-82, the MOPP-derived drug combination OPPA (ADR instead of(More)
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