P B Hahnloser

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We reviewed in a retrospective study all our 616 electively operated colons over 15 years from 1976 to 1990 for morbidity and mortality depending the antibiotic prophylaxis. Interventions were performed on 578 patients with a mean age of 65.5 + 13.7 years; in 38 cases there was an earlier elective colic operation. The sex ratio was 1.26 men to 1 woman.(More)
Leiomyoblastoma is a rare, smooth muscle tumor of the stomach that occurs chiefly in the antrum. We present the case of a 51 year old man suffering from asthenia and mild upper abdominal pain. Investigations showed a big exculcerated tumor of the lesser gastric curvature. He underwent a subtotal gastrectomy for a non-metastasizing leiomyoblastoma, grade 1.(More)
Seven out of 16 patients with malignant mesothelioma of the pleura underwent radical pleuropneumonectomy with resection of the whole diaphragm. Diaphragmatic replacement on theright side was achieved by fixation of the coronary ligament of the liver to the anterior thoracic wall and to the mobilized peritoneum of the retroperitoneal space. On theleft side(More)
Pleuropneunomectomy with resection of the diaphragm only offers acceptable therapeutic results in patients with multifocal malignant mesothelioma of the pleura. Diaphragmatic replacement on the right side can be satisfactorily achieved by fixation of the liver to the thoracic wall. On the left side many homologous and heterologous tissues and prosthetic(More)
Of 209 unselected patients treated for bronchial carcinoma between 1976 and 1980, only 67 underwent surgery: 34 lobectomy (1 death), 19 pneumonectomy (5 deaths) and 14 exploratory thoracotomy without fatal outcome. Average survival time in lobectomy patients who died during the control period was 10 months and in those still alive 19.8 months. The(More)
Of 112 000 patients undergoing surgery between 1952 and 1973, 67 had a primary tumor of the small intestine. 22 patients had a benign tumor, 8 a carcinoid, 21 carcinoma and 15 sarcoma. Benign tumors were more frequent in the duodenum and ileum, carcinoids in the terminal ileum and carcinomas in the duodenum and jejunum. Sarcomas were found equally in all(More)