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A total of 92 patients underwent continent urinary diversion with an extended, detubularized right colonic segment as the urinary reservoir and the distal ileum as a continent catheterizable efferent system. In this series 65 patients were followed for 6 to 46 months (average 17 months). Our reservoir allows the accommodation of a large volume of urine;(More)
Bei zwölf Fällen von akuten Leukosen, bei fünf Patienten mit chronischer Myelose und zwei Patienten mit Osteomyelosklerose im Myeloblastenschub wurden folgende cytochemische Reaktionen durchgeführt: PAS-Reaktion nachHotchkiss, Fettfärbung nachLison, Peroxydase-Reaktion nachGraham-Knoll, alkalische Phosphatase, saure Phosphatase und unspezifische Esterase.(More)
  • P Kahn
  • 1973
A clinical review and histopathological study of three cases of Anderson-Fabry disease is presented and pathological changes in the central and peripheral nervous systems are reported, in some sites for the first time. These are telangiectatic changes in vessels of the sympathetic ganglia in the vertebral trunk; storage of glycolipid in pigmented cells of(More)
Factor XIII (FXIII) deficiency is a rare autosomal recessive congenital disorder of haemostasis, associated with a high risk of intracranial haemorrhage. Intracranial haemorrhage can result in neurological sequelae including seizure disorders. In some cases, medically intractable epilepsy led to epilepsy surgery. Little has been reported on the management(More)
OBJECTIVE A depressed skull fracture is an inward buckling of the calvarial bones and is referred to as a "ping-pong" fracture. This study aimed to look at differences between "spontaneous" and "instrument-associated" depressed skull fractures. STUDY DESIGN This retrospective, case-control analysis included every neonate who was admitted with a depressed(More)
  • P Kahn
  • 1972
A case is described in which the clinical and pathological features of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) occurred in a patient with cysticercosis of the central nervous system and associated pachymeningitis of the cervical spinal cord. This is an extremely rare finding. The patient also presented the two symptom complexes more commonly encountered in this(More)