Otto Staindl

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Light microscopy of hematoxylin-eosin stained tissue sections and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) of vascular corrosion casts were used to study the blood vascular system of human basal cell tumors. Concerning the gross angioarchitecture there is a very close correlation between the histological appearance and the findings obtained from vascular(More)
  • O Staindl
  • 1983
Three types of saddle-nose deformities can be distinguished: 1. the pseudo-saddle nose, 2. the slight saddle nose, 3. the extensive saddle nose. The pseudo-saddle nose may show a depression of the cartilaginous dorsum due to a hump, frequently accompanied by widening of the bony bridge and a prominent nasal tip. Satisfactory correction of this type of(More)
53 Lewis lung carcinomas implanted subcutaneously into C57BL/6-mice were examined. The animals were killed at various stages of tumor growth (TG) and prepared for histology and for scanning electron microscopy (critical-point-dried tissue; vascular corrosion casts). Prior to casting animals were rinsed using different perfusion pressures. Casting was done(More)
  • O Staindl
  • 1979
This paper summarizes a tissue adhesive system consisting of highly concentrated human fibrinogen and thrombin. The addition of blood-clotting factor XIII stabilizes the adhesive system against fibrinolysis. Although the adhesion system cannot and should not replace surgical suture, it provides valuable assistance in tissue synthesis and in local(More)
  • O Staindl
  • 1979
The present paper reports the central role of fibrin (and specifically its pre-stage, fibrinogen), thrombin and coagulation factor XIII in wound healing and scar formation. The significance of these three factors had led to the development of a tissue adhesion system on a physiological basis, which can be applied in widely varying areas of surgery. The(More)
  • O Staindl
  • 1986
Success of failure of otoplasties can be assured by individual aesthetic and objective evaluation. Objective complications after correction of prominent ears are discussed in the present paper: Complications following wrong operation techniques. Early complications such as haematoma, infection, fistuli and granuloma, allergic reactions, ulceration and(More)
Three keloids harvested during surgery were prepared for histology and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) of vascular corrosion casts. One well-filled keloid (12 cm x 7 cm) was examined by SEM. This specimen revealed a conspicuous increase in subepidermal venous vessels as well as prominent luminal bulging of the endothelial lining in arterial and venous(More)
The risk of complications of auricular correction is underestimated. There is around a 5% risk of early complications (haematoma, infection, fistulae caused by stitches and granulomae, allergic reactions, pressure ulcers, feelings of pain and asymmetry in side comparison) and a 20% risk of late complications (recurrences, telehone ear, excessive edge(More)
  • O Staindl
  • 1986
Three different operating techniques can be used for scar-correction: Linear Revision-techniques as simple excisions, W-plasties, broken-line-technique. Regional flaps as Z-plasty, VY-plasty, rhomboid flaps. Both are suitable for correcting the size and direction of scars. They are mainly used for cosmetically (e. g. relatively) indicated corrections. Free(More)