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Chondrosarcoma is the second most frequent mesenchymal malignant tumour of the bone. Classification of this kind of tumour is made by clinical, radiological und pathological means. A case of an intracortical chondrosarcoma was first reported by Babinet et al. 2003 [2]. During the staging examination of a 59-year-old patient referred to our clinic because of(More)
SUMMARY Skin cancer formation is on the rise. Only a few case reports, which focus on skin cancer being caused by tattoos, have been published so far. Our aim is to determine whether skin cancer occurrence can be triggered by tattoos. In our presented case, a squamous-cell carcinoma developed inside of the red areas of a multicolored tattoo within months.(More)
We report on a 31-year-old woman with an iron-deficiency anemia and positive Guaiac test, existing for more than 2 years. Despite an extensive gastrointestinal examination a bleeding source could not be found. Also angiography of the abdominal arteries with injection of heparin as provocative protocol was normal. Enteroclysis showed a remarkable finding(More)
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