Jian Ping He

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INTRODUCTION In the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), pain and movement restrictions are considered as the result of a blocking of the "Jing-Luo-system" or of a disordered flow of the Jing-Qis in the "Jing-Luo-system". PATIENTS AND METHODOLOGY In this study 48 patients with mammary cancer after ablation and axillary lymphadenectomy were treated with(More)
Patients with Common Variable Immunodeficiency (CVID) are subject to the development of a liver disease syndrome known as nodular regenerative hyperplasia (NRH). The purpose of this study was to define the characteristics and course of this complication of CVID. CVID patients were evaluated by retrospective and prospective clinical course review. Liver(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine the differences of perinatal outcome in fetuses with absent and reversed enddiastolic flow velocity waveforms of the umbilical artery or fetal descending aorta. DESIGN In a retrospective study, 30 pregnant women with reversed enddiastolic flow in the umbilical artery or fetal aorta (group I) were compared with 30 cases of absent(More)
UNLABELLED BACKGROUND/PATIENTS: A reverse flow in the umbilical artery and/or fetal aorta is associated with a higher perinatal and neonatal mortality. 30 fetuses showed a reverse flow using pulsed wave Doppler sonography (group I). A matched-pair control group including 30 fetuses with the same gestational age as well as a normal Doppler flow pattern in(More)
OBJECTIVE There is a raised morbidity and mortality in fetuses with pathological waveforms in the umbilical arteries. Less differentiation of the placental villi could (partly) explain this finding. MATERIALS AND METHODS We examined a total of 51 placentas (28th to 35th week of gestation) as to a correlation between dopplersonographical findings in the(More)
BACKGROUND Fetuses with a reversed enddiastolic flow in the umbilical artery and/or aorta are at risk pregnancies and show a higher incidence of perinatal morbidity and mortality. The aim of this study was to evaluate the pathological changes in the terminal villous tree in fetuses with a reverse flow in the fetal aorta or umbilical artery. MATERIALS AND(More)
We investigated immunohistochemically localization and expression of transglutaminase K (TGK) in normal breast tissue (n = 10) and in breast carcinomas (n = 30). Transglutaminase K was compared with the staining patterns of cytokeratin 10, Ki-67, p53, estrogen and progesterone receptors in these tumors. Weak to strong membrane bound immunoreactivity to TGK(More)
  • J P He
  • Zhonghua fu chan ke za zhi
  • 1990
Early detection of infection is of utmost importance during the conservative management of premature rupture of the membranes (PROM). Sensitivities of C-reactive protein (CRP) and acute-phase proteins (APP) in predicting the infection induced by PROM were studied. The results showed that CRP could demonstrate clinical or subclinical infection with a(More)
  • J P He
  • Zhonghua fu chan ke za zhi
  • 1990
Modified Vintzileos monitoring skill and scoring criteria of fetal biophysical profile (FBP), were used in assaying 48 patients with premature rupture of the membranes (PROM). The last determination before delivery was compared with the outcome of pregnancy. The results showed: (1) The infection rate in patients with low biophysical score (less than or(More)
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