Martin Memminger

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The neuropeptide Y (NPY) Y(1) receptor (Y(1)R) has been suggested as a tumor marker for in vivo imaging and as a therapeutic target. In view of the assumed link between estrogen receptor (ER) and Y(1)R in mammary carcinoma and with respect to the development of new diagnostic tools, we investigated the Y(1)R protein expression in human MCF-7 cell variants(More)
The single-incision minimally invasive anterior approach to the hip with complete preservation of the musculotendinous structures offers excellent surgical exposure of both the acetabulum and the femur for the purpose of total hip replacement. Acetabular exposure corresponds to a modified and limited Smith-Petersen approach with intrinsic peculiarities.(More)
Introduction The bioresorbable osteosynthesis avoids the implant removal and give advantages (perhaps) in fracture healing. An interesting application is in the tibio-fibular syndesmosis injury because it avoids the hospitalization for screw removal. Materials and methods 19 patients with type C fracture of Danis– Weber classification. We used a 3.5 mm(More)
A modified and limited Smith Petersen approach was used for prosthetic hip replacement. The exposure of the proximal femur required the use of a traction table. We operated on 49 patients: 15 of them underwent cemented bipolar hemiarthroplasty, and 34 had a total hip arthroplasty. Skin incision ranged from 6 to 11 cm (average 7.8 cm). Patients subjective(More)
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