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The medical treatment of endometriosis needs to be optimized. Therapeutic management strategies of endometriosis-associated pain or recurrent disease is primarily aimed at downregulating the ovarian function or at antagonizing the effect of estrogen in ectopic endometrial implants. In this context, basic research is delivering powerful tools for the(More)
(2015) Development of a new running gear for the Spectrum intermodal vehicle. Users may access full items free of charge; copies of full text items generally can be reproduced, displayed or performed and given to third parties in any format or medium for personal research or study, educational or not-for-profit purposes without prior permission or charge,(More)
115 years ago the society of gynaecology and obstetrics in Berlin was found. Already in 1844 the Berlin physician and obstetrician Carl Wilhelm Mayer (1795-1868) has initiated the foundation of a society of obstetrics. This was the first medical-scientific society of the world. We want to demonstrate the biography of C. W. Mayer and also his importance in(More)
This year (1993) we want to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the death of the Berlin gynecologist Prof. Paul Ferdinand Strassmann. In the first half of the 20th century, Strassmann was one of the leading specialists of plastic surgery of the female genital tract. Famous gynecologists and surgeons, e.g. the Mayo brothers, visited the Strassmann clinic in(More)
Dr. Joachim Friedrich Henckel, surgeon at the Charité in Berlin reported in "De sectione caesarea" on probably the first operation of a caesarean section along the linea alba on a living woman. He performed this operation in Berlin in 1769. The child survived. Although the mother's health was good at first, she died probably due to Peritonitis. This(More)
In 1844 the society of obstetrics in Berlin was founded by Carl Mayer (1795-1868). In 1873 this society splits in the society of obstetrics and the society of gynaecology. The present paper demonstrate the biography of Eduard Arnold Martin (1809-1875), the founder of the gynaecological society in Berlin (1873) and also his importance in the creation of an(More)
The maternal birthing position is not only influenced by physical factors but also culture civilization. Nowadays more women prefer to give birth in an upright position (sit, squat, kneel) which is highly supported by some family practitioners. In this retrospective investigation we compared 3 different groups of maternal birthing positions (upright,(More)
The incidence of umbilical cord entanglements is about 30-35%. Their role for the fetal outcome and the obstetrical management (in case the entanglement has been detected antenatally) has been assessed differently. In this retrospective study we compared maternal and neonatal parameters of all monozygotic deliveries in 1990 with newborns with twisted fetal(More)
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