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Massive pelvic osteolysis in the Gorham-Stout syndrome
SummaryMassive osteolysis is a very rare tumour-like lesion usually affecting young adults. There are 132 reported cases which we have reviewed, including 31 single cases of pelvic involvement. The… Expand
Associated malformation with anal and rectal atresiae.
- W. Hasse
- Progress in pediatric surgery
A survey of the frequency of associated malformations occurring with anorectal anomalies reviewing a large number of cases has been carried out. The urogenital tract, the extremities and the skeleton… Expand
[Thoracopulmonary complications of fresh fractures of the thoracic spine with neurologic damage].
The number of thoracic injuries associated to traumatic fractures of the spine is increasing. The multiple trauma rate in this retrospective study of 253 spinal injuries with neurological damage,… Expand
[Malformations and diseases of the bile ducts in childhood].
- W. Hasse
- Der Landarzt
- 10 February 1968
Inertial forces and photon surfaces in arbitrary spacetimes
Given, in an arbitrary spacetime (M, g), a two-dimensional timelike submanifold Σ and an observer field n on Σ, we assign gravitational, centrifugal, Coriolis and Euler forces to every particle… Expand
Quantitative aspects of ouabain binding to human erythrocyte and cardiac membranes.
1. [3H]ouabain binding to human erythrocyte membranes is a time‐ and temperature‐dependent process. The association of ouabain to the membrane‐bound receptor follows second‐order kinetics, while the… Expand
[Aspergillus infection in skin transplantation and its therapy].
In a 10 years old girl sustaining a corrosive injury of the lower leg from sulphuric acid, in the region of a skin transplantation colonization with Aspergillus fumigatus (Fresenium) and Aspergillus… Expand
Prevention of Thromboembolism with Low-Molecular-Weight Heparin in Orthopedic Surgery: A 5-Year Experience
- M. Wenzl, W. Hasse, K. Seide, D. Wolter
- Clinical and applied thrombosis/hemostasis…
- 1 January 2004
A regimen of prophylaxis of thromboembolism with low molecular weight heparin (LMWH) and unfractionated heparin (UFH) in orthopedic surgery is presented. Over a 5-year period, 11,905 patients have… Expand