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COVID-19 und die Risikogruppen

Atherosklerose (=AS – Gefäßschäden), Hypertonie (=HT – Bluthochdruck) und Diabetes Mellitus (=DM – Zuckerkrankheit) gehören zu den häufigsten Krankheiten Österreichs, Europas, ja der ganzen Welt. Bei der überwiegenden Zahl der Betroffenen nehmen diese Erkrankungen einen chronischen Verlauf. Dies umso mehr, wenn die Möglichkeiten der Behandlungen vernachlässigt oder gänzlich unterlassen werden. WHO Berichten zufolge waren 2014 […]

SPECT-CT for topographic mapping of sentinel lymph nodes prior to gamma probe-guided biopsy in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.

J Craniomaxillofac Surg. 2004 Dec;32(6):343-9. SPECT-CT for topographic mapping of sentinel lymph nodes prior to gamma probe-guided biopsy in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma. Wagner A1, Schicho K, Glaser C, Zettinig G, Yerit K, Lang S, Klug C, Leitha T. Author information Abstract INTRODUCTION: Lymphoscintigraphic planar imaging is a common procedure for sentinel lymph […]

Is early sestamibi imaging in head and neck cancer affected by MDR status, p53 expression, or cell proliferation?

Nucl Med Biol. 1998 Aug;25(6):539-41. Is early sestamibi imaging in head and neck cancer affected by MDR status, p53 expression, or cell proliferation? Leitha T1, Glaser C, Lang S. Abstract A consensus has emerged that early imaging (within 20 min post-injection [p.i.] of sestamibi) has the highest diagnostic yield. Tc-99m-sestamibi uptake has been associated with P-glycoprotein-mediated multi-drug resistance […]

Technetium-99m-MIBI in primary and recurrent head and neck tumors: contribution of bone SPECT image fusion.

J Nucl Med. 1998 Jul;39(7):1166-71. Technetium-99m-MIBI in primary and recurrent head and neck tumors: contribution of bone SPECT image fusion. Leitha T1, Glaser C, Pruckmayer M, Rasse M, Millesi W, Lang S, Nasel C, Backfrieder W, Kainberger F. Abstract We prospectively investigated 200 patients with the clinical suspicion for head and neck tumors. The final diagnoses were 94 primary and 56 (37 confirmed, 19 […]

Mandibular pain as the leading clinical symptom for metastatic disease: nine cases and review of the literature.

Ann Oncol. 1998 May;9(5):559-64. Mandibular pain as the leading clinical symptom for metastatic disease: nine cases and review of the literature. Pruckmayer M1, Glaser C, Marosi C, Leitha T. University Clinics of Nuclear Medicine, University Vienna, Austria. Abstract BACKGROUND: Metastases to the jaws are a rare phenomenon. Nevertheless, the appearance of non-specific symptoms such as toothache can signal the […]

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Clinical manifestations and diagnostic approach to metastatic cancer of the mandible.

Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 1997 Oct;26(5):365-8. Clinical manifestations and diagnostic approach to metastatic cancer of the mandible. Glaser C1, Lang S, Pruckmayer M, Millesi W, Rasse M, Marosi C, Leitha T. Author information Abstract In a 12-month period, metastatic cancer was diagnosed in eight patients. Six of them presented with pain mimicking toothache, temporomandibular […]