R Sternitzky

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23 patients were examined who in the ultrasound-Doppler-pressure measurement were evident by too large peripheral systolic measuring values. On the X-ray pictures of the soft tissues of these patients more or less expressed linear and longitudinal calcifications of the vascular wall in the sense of a Mönckeberg sclerosis of the media were to be proved.(More)
New knowledge about the physiology and pathophysiology of the flowing properties of blood, particularly in the area of microcirculation, led to a better understanding of the pathogenesis of the arterial obstructive disease. When the vasomotor reserve is kept, the blood fluidity authoritatively determines the flow-time-volume depending on the conditions of(More)
In indirect measurements of the blood pressure with the help of the ultrasound-Doppler-method important influence factors and sources of errors are to be taken into consideration. In order to estimate the importance of restricted vascular compressibility, changed tissue conditions and different position of the body, pressure measurements in patients with(More)
Diseases of the terminal vascular system are of particular diagnostic and differential-diagnostic importance in clinical angiology. While in the functional microangiopathies of the skin as a rule disturbances of the vasomotor function without an essential value of the disease are concerned, secondary organic changes of the wall of the vessel not(More)
Detection of complete inferior vena cava thrombosis is relatively simple because of the clinical symptoms and the pathological results of cw Doppler sonography in the region of the common femoral vein. Drainage volume detectable by means of venous occlusion plethysmography is considerably reduced during the acute phase, but normalizes with increasing degree(More)
Microcirculatory disturbances are important complications in hypertension, arterial occlusive disease (PAVK) and diabetic angiopathies. The special haemorrheological diagnostics for the judgment of the terminal vascular bed tended to the comprehension of the haemorheological risk. Due to the increase of the aggregation of erythrocytes and viscosity of the(More)
The clarification of non-arteriosclerotic inflammatory vascular diseases is based on angiological, angiographical, immunological and immunohistological methods and parameters. As causes of the arterial occlusive disease of younger patients are taken into consideration the obliterating endangiitis and Takayasu's aortoarteriitis. To the clinical(More)
On 29 test persons after clinical angiological and cw-Doppler-sonographic exclusion of an obstruction of the deep veins and an arterial occlusive disease on the upper extremities the capacity of the veins and the drainage volume were determined by means of the venous-occlusion plethysmography. The angiological measuring places Compactus 540 and Periquant(More)