J. H. Abicht

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The aim of our study was to examine the cavernous smooth-muscle electric activity in normal and impotent patients as well as in those with (presumably) well-defined neurologic lesions. Single potential analysis of cavernous electric activity (SPACE) was done in 12 consecutive impotent patients, 34 normal patients, and 19 patients referred especially for(More)
A 24-year-old woman with a left-sided cerebral infarction presented with hemiplegia and aphasia. Five months earlier she had had a closed head injury. Angiography revealed bilateral extracranial post-traumatic aneurysms of the internal carotid artery at the atlanto-axial level. There was full recovery without operative treatment within a week.
BACKGROUND Cell damage, tissue and vascular injury are associated with the exposure and release of intracellular components such as RNA, which promote inflammatory reactions and thrombosis. Based on the counteracting anti-inflammatory and cardioprotective functions of ribonuclease A (RNase A) in this context, its role in an experimental model of heart(More)
Skin microcirculation was investigated in 45 patients with long term diabetes and with severe, moderate or no neuropathy, and in 15 controls. Transcutaneous oxygen pressure (tcPO2) measurements on the forefoot were performed at 37 degrees C to assess local capillary flow at rest, during leg dependency and reactive hyperaemia, and also at 44 degrees C,(More)
Genetically engineered pigs are a promising source for islet cell transplantation in type 1 diabetes, but the strong human anti-pig immune response prevents its successful clinical application. Here we studied the efficacy of neonatal porcine islet-like cell clusters (NPICCs) overexpressing LEA29Y, a high-affinity variant of the T cell co-stimulation(More)
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