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In early 1989, we sent a questionnaire to all 89 Departments of Gynaecology in Austria. Questions covered the number and type of gynaecological operations performed, perioperative management, and diagnosis and treatment of descent and urinary incontinence. 90% of questionnaires were returned. We found that currently 2/3 of all hysterectomies and 9/10… (More)
Eine optimale dreidimensionale Komponentenpositionierung und Wiederherstellung der mechanischen Beinachse sind vorrangige Ziele in der Knieendoprothetik. Die Verwendung von patientenspezifischen Instrumenten (PSI) ist eine neue Methode, um die Genauigkeit der Implantation von Knieendoprothesen zu verbessern. Bisherige Studien zeigten allerdings… (More)
368 urodynamically investigated women of the University Hospital of Innsbruck (Austria) were separated into four groups depending on their incontinence status (either stress incontinence or not) and depending on previous incontinence surgery. In this collective of patients, we compared the urethral length, the absolute and relative functional urethral… (More)
Our first 23 patients treated by this method were followed up by urodynamic assessment and urethrocystovaginography 13 months after the operation. Urodynamic assessment was performed according to the criteria of the International Continence Society. There was no statistically significant difference in the resting urethral closure pressure (UCP), neither at… (More)
Laparoscopic injection has become an important tool in tubal pregnancy. Intratubal injection of 5 mg of prostaglandin F2 alpha (PG F2 alpha) was successful at a serum human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) level of more than 2500 mlU/ml. Intrauterine pregnancy occurred 112 days after laparoscopic treatment, during earlier removal of the contralateral tube.
A 27 year old primipara up to the 22nd gestational week without serious complaints developed a huge choledochal cyst with classical signs of tumour in the right upper abdomen, pain, and icterus. Diagnosis, monitoring, and therapy, as well as causal relationship to pregnancy, are discussed.