Walter Jansen

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Diagnostic Encyclopaedia Workstation (DEW) is the name of a digital encyclopaedia constructed to contain reference knowledge with respect to the pathology of the ovary. Comparing DEW with the common sources of reference knowledge (i.e. books) leads to the following advantages of DEW: it contains more verbal knowledge, pictures and case histories, and it(More)
The in vivo carcinogenic risk of hyperthermia, alone or in combination with irradiation, and the anti-carcinogenic potential of vitamin A and N-acetylcysteine (AcCys) were investigated. Starting 1 month before treatment, 160 rats were divided into four diet groups: no additives, vitamin A-enriched diet, AcCys and the combination vitamin A + AcCys. In 10(More)
The skin of mouse legs was exposed to 44 degrees C hyperthermia using a thermostatically controlled waterbath. Treatment at 44 degrees C, for 15 or 30 min, led to oedema in the dermis immediately after treatment and to an infiltration by neutrophils within 7 h. The oedema disappeared in 2 days. Treatment for 60 min at 44 degrees C led to subepidermal(More)
To assess the course of recovery of gluten sensitive enteropathy in adults, histological and functional recovery was studied in 22 patients, aged 20-79 years. Biopsy specimens taken at the time of diagnosis were studied in 20; after adhering to a gluten free diet for nine to 19 (mean 14) months in 14; and after adhering to the same diet for 24-48 (mean 34)(More)
Because even after low doses of fructose and sorbitol, fructose-sorbitol malabsorption has been found in a high number of patients with the irritable bowel syndrome, an etiological role of fructose-sorbitol malabsorption in the irritable bowel syndrome has been suggested. However, these studies have been uncontrolled. Therefore, a controlled study of(More)
The right hind legs of mice wee heated in a waterbath at 44 degrees C. The animals were killed at various time intervals after exposure. Tissue damage was studied histologically. After 15 min exposure light and reversible changes were seen including oedema and some neutrophilic inflammatory infiltration immediately after treatment. After 30 min exposure an(More)
Two double-blind, placebo-controlled studies were performed successively to demonstrate the efficacy of Eburnamonine. In the first study, the efficacy of 12 weeks of administration of 3 X 60 mg Eburnamonine per day (n = 25) was investigated in 49 inpatients with cerebrovascular disorders. In the second, the effect of 12 weeks of therapy with 1 X 60 mg(More)