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[Esophageal atresia].
  • W. Hasse
  • Medicine
  • Thoraxchirurgie, vaskulare Chirurgie
  • 1968
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Associated malformation with anal and rectal atresiae.
  • W. Hasse
  • Medicine
  • Progress in pediatric surgery
  • 1976
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 skeletonExpand
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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. TheExpand
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[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
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[Malformations and diseases of the bile ducts in childhood].
  • W. Hasse
  • Medicine
  • Der Landarzt
  • 10 February 1968
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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 particleExpand
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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 theExpand
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[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 AspergillusExpand
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Prevention of Thromboembolism with Low-Molecular-Weight Heparin in Orthopedic Surgery: A 5-Year Experience
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 haveExpand
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[Ovarian torsion cysts in newborn infants].
  • W. Hasse
  • Medicine
  • Der Chirurg; Zeitschrift fur alle Gebiete der…
  • 1 October 1962
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