Robert Mangold

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A circumscribed natural outbreak of a highly fatal disease of deer, which we have designated epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD), has been studied. The disease has proven readily transmissible in deer but not in other experimental or domestic animals tested, nor in embryonating eggs or deer kidney cell cultures. The causative agent is a virus which is(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe possible differences between male and female patients with fibromyalgia syndrome (FM) in their clinical manifestations. METHODS Five hundred thirty-six consecutive patients with FM (469 women, 67 men) seen in a university rheumatology clinic and 36 healthy men without significant pain seen in the same clinic were included in the(More)
BACKGROUND Surgical therapy for paragangliomas (PG) of the head and neck is, due to the alternatives of radiation therapy and wait-and-scan strategy and because of postoperative morbidity, under ongoing discussion. MATERIAL AND METHODS Between 1981 and 2004, 79 patients with 94 PG of the head and neck were treated at our department. These patients had(More)
A naturally occurring cutaneous fibroma of deer has proven to be experimentally transmissible in deer. The causative agent is a virus that is readily alterable through Berkefeld N candles and that survives in fibroma tissue for at least as long as 27 months in glycerol-saline at -20 degrees C. The experimentally produced deer fibroma has an incubation(More)
The ENZIAN-Score is presented as a new instrument to classify the deep infiltrating endometriosis. Especially the retroperitoneal part of the severe endometriosis is focussed on. In analogy to an oncological staging four different stages are pronounced. The localisation and the expansion of the endometriosis nodule was indicated to different subgroups. The(More)
The cerebral representation of emotions has previously been investigated by the study of patients with local brain damage, experiments with selective stimulation of only one hemisphere, and more recently by imaging techniques such as positron-emission tomography or magnetic resonance imaging measuring local cerebral blood flow. We investigated the mean flow(More)