S Heymann-Schramm

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UNLABELLED Intraocular surgery is performed under local or general anesthesia. The indications for these procedures are often dependent on local circumstances. On the one hand, the optimal conditions for operations under general anesthesia, on the other, the negligible stress of local anesthesia, especially for the elderly, are emphasized. To clarify this(More)
Opacification of the bile ducts was found to be optimal 30-60 minutes after drip infusion for 20-60 minutes. The radiographs were taken at times between 15 and 120 minutes after the infusion. Opacification was assessed subjectively by the radiologists and objectively by transmission densitometry. The concentration of the contrast material in the blood shows(More)
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