Sebastian Zobel

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It is widely assumed that the thalamus is not involved in olfaction. The ventrolateral thalamus is, however, closely connected to the contralateral cerebellum, which is involved in the sense of smell based on findings from functional imaging studies and findings of olfactory deficits in patients with cerebellar disease. We hypothesized that olfactory(More)
Objectives This study evaluates reinterventions for degenerated stentless aortic xenografts. Methods Between 2010 and 2015, 52 consecutive patients (age 72.3 ± 9.7 years, EuroSCORE II 11.1 ± 8.9%) underwent reintervention for failed stentless aortic valves (60% porcine, 40% pericardial, 87% sub-coronary, 81% isolated/combined regurgitation). Results(More)
The cerebellum and the motor thalamus, connected by cerebellothalamic pathways, are traditionally considered part of the motor-control system. Yet, functional imaging studies and clinical studies including patients with cerebellar disease suggest an involvement of the cerebellum in olfaction. Additionally, there are anecdotal clinical reports of olfactory(More)
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