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Rous sarcoma virus-induced tumors in marmosets: characteristics of tumor cells and host cell-virus interrelationships.
Improved coronary artery contrast enhancement using noise-optimised virtual monoenergetic imaging from dual-source dual-energy computed tomography.
DE-CCTA image reconstruction with 40-keV VMI + allows for significant improvement of both objective and subjective image quality. Expand
Development and persistence of immunity to Epstein-Barr virus in man.
- P. Tischendorf, G. Shramek, +4 authors J. Maynard
- The Journal of infectious diseases
- 1 November 1970
EBV antibodies were shown to differ from lymphocytes from IM patients, and these results were confirmed by several laboratories but the interpretation has also been disputed. Expand
[Quality of roentgenological visualization and tolerance of various intravenous cholegraphic contrast media (author's transl)].
- P. Tischendorf
- Rontgen-Blatter; Zeitschrift fur Rontgen-Technik…
- 1 November 1980
The recently introduced intravenous cholegraphic contrast media produce a greater diagnostic yield in radiological routine thanks to improved roentgenological contrasting and are also superior in respect of tolerance, since they produce fewer side effects. Expand
Indication of whole body computed tomography in pediatric polytrauma patients-Diagnostic potential of the Glasgow Coma Scale, the mechanism of injury and clinical examination.
There is no clinical variable, which can be used as sole indication for WBCT in pediatric polytrauma patients, and GCS had a significant predictive value for craniocerbral injuries and CCT is recommended at GCS’s optimum discrimination threshold. Expand
Gadolinium-enhanced imaging of pediatric thoracic lymphoma: is intravenous contrast really necessary?
MRI in young patients with thoracic lymphoma can safely be done without the use of contrast agent, as shown in this monocentric, retrospective study. Expand
Extramedullary hematopoiesis in Marmosets following blood loss.
Comparison of thick- and thin-slice images in thoracoabdominal trauma CT: a retrospective analysis
- L. Guchlerner, J. Wichmann, +6 authors C. Frellesen
- European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery
- 28 September 2018
Thin-slice images do not bring any significant benefit in thoracoabdominal trauma CT of soft-tissue and lung injuries, but they can be helpful for the diagnosis of bone fractures and incidental findings. Expand
[Clinical picture of the amebic liver abscess].
- P. Tischendorf
- Medizinische Klinik
- 5 November 1971
High-pitch dual-source paranasal sinus CT in agitated patients with maxillofacial trauma: analysis of image quality, motion artifacts, and dose aspects
Third-generation DSCT yields faster acquisition times and substantial dose reduction with AEC and if AEC is used, latest IR ensures that diagnostic image quality is guaranteed. Expand