Viola Büsing

Learn More
BACKGROUND The pathogenesis of diverticular disease (DD) is attributed to several aetiological factors (e.g. age, diet, connective tissue disorders) but also includes distinct intestinal motor abnormalities. Although the enteric nervous system (ENS) is the key-regulator of intestinal motility, data on neuropathological alterations are limited. The study(More)
Pemphigus vulgaris (PV) is an auto-immune blistering skin disease characterized by flaccid blisters and painful erosions of mucous membranes and skin. Suprabasal blister formation results from a loss of epidermal cohesion induced by auto-antibodies against the desmosomal protein desmoglein 3. Treatment of PV currently consists of systemic(More)
Portal hypertension with hemorrhage from esophageal varices is a rare complication of osteomyelosclerosis; therapy is controversial. Hemostasis could be achieved in two patients by sclerozising the esophageal wall. In one of these cases hemorrhage could not be stopped on several occasions in the past by medical means; in the other patient the spleen had(More)
  • 1