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BACKGROUND The diabetic foot mainly depends on painless pressure lesions, which are based on diabetic polyneuropathy and microangiopathy. In these cases the regenerative potential of adult autologous mononuclear stem cells could serve as causal therapy. HISTORY AND CLINICAL FINDINGS A 63-year-old patient with long-lasting type 2 diabetes mellitus suffers(More)
BACKGROUND For many patients with severe peripheral arterial occlusion disease (PAOD) an interventional or surgical treatment is not feasible. The regenerative potential of adult autologous mononuclear stem cells could contribute to neoangiogenesis. PATIENTS AND METHODS Ten patients with severe PAOD were included. The walking distance was < 200 m and no(More)
HISTORY AND CLINICAL FINDINGS A 62-year-old man had limb ischemia in stage IIb (Fontaine's classification). After surgical and interventional measures the right superficial femoral artery had remained occluded for more than one year. The patient's walking distance was only 100 meters. It was therefore decided to do a combined intraarterial and intramuscular(More)
Der diabetische Fuß entsteht meist durch schmerzlose Druckläsionen, wozu die diabetische Polyneuropathie und Mikroangiopathie wesentlich beitragen. Das regenerative Potential adulter, autologer mononukleärer Knochenmarkstammzellen könnte zur Therapie beitragen. Ein 63-jähriger Patient mit langjährigem Diabetes mellitus Typ 2 leidet unter einer(More)
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