Linda Deichert

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Today, no proven significant association was detected between sun-exposed vitiliginous patches and non-melanotic skin cancers. In fact, the occurrence of a basal cell carcinoma (BCC) in vitiliginous patches seems to be extremely rare. We present a case of a 33-year-old female patient suffering from BCC in a vitiliginous patch on the cheek. This is the first(More)
The mortality risk in rupture of an aneurysm of the splenic artery is 69.4% for pregnant women and 90.8% for the foetus. 95% of all patients are asymptomatic up to this stage. If the aneurysm is diagnosed earlier, the maternal mortality rate can be reduced to 0.5% by prophylactic surgery. 25% of patients with symptoms display prodromes which, with accurate(More)
In a series of 59 consecutive renal cell carcinomas (pT3) cross sections were performed and grading was reevaluated on a cytological basis as described by Thoenes. Follow-up was at least 4 years. Only 20.3% of all tumors revealed monoform grading (92 resp. 93), while 79.9% consisted of more than one grading (G1+G2, G2+G3: 45.8%; G1+G2+G3: 33.9%). Prognosis(More)
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