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Pleural Mesothelioma
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Pleural Mesothelioma

Pleural mesothelioma is a rare type of cancer which causes the development of a pleural (pulmonary and costal pleura) tumour.

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Sarcoidosis
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Sarcoidosis

Sarcoidosis is a general systemic disease, that is, a disease of the entire body, and not a lung disease, as is still often maintained wrongly today. It can occur at any age, but the incidence is increased between the ages of 20 and 40. Women are affected more often than men. Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory...

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A needle in a haystack …
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A needle in a haystack …

A call comes in to the CVUA in Stuttgart from a veterinary office: an old gentleman is lying in the local hospital with severe diarrhoea. Asked about his eating habits, he stated that a few days previously, as usual, he had collected unpasteurised milk directly from the milk vending machine and had drunk it...

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Allergology (Part 7)
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Allergology (Part 7)

Allergic contact eczema

Allergic contact eczema is a Coombs and Gell type IV hypersensitivity reaction (after previous sensitisation). Intact skin prevents penetration of allergens, whereas macerations (softening) of the skin due to sweating, an occlusive milieu or moisture facilitate penetration of...

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Tsutsugamushi fever (scrub typhus)
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Tsutsugamushi fever (scrub typhus)

Tsutsugamushi fever (scrub typhus) is an infectious disease that is endemic in South, East and Southeast Asia, Oceania and Northern Australia – the Tsutsugamushi Triangle.

 

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Frontotemporal Dementia
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Frontotemporal Dementia

In contrast to Alzheimer‘s dementia, frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a rare form of dementia. Only about 30,000 people in Germany suffer from FTD. However, the disease is often confused with psychological disorders, so that the number of people affected could be higher.

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Radiotherapy of left-sided breast cancer in deep inspiration breath hold (DIBH)

Breast cancer is the most common malignancy in women worldwide, accounting for 32 % of cases. In Germany, about 71,000 new cases are diagnosed annually. This means that roughly one woman in eight will develop breast cancer in her lifetime [1].

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Plummer-Vinson syndrome
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Plummer-Vinson syndrome

As a result of an iron deficiency, a typical complex of symptoms develops with Plummer-Vinson syndrome: difficulty swallowing due to the changes in the oesophageal mucous membrane, angular cheilitis, a burning sensation on the tongue and nail changes along with the symptoms of the iron deficiency itself.

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Immuno-PCR
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Immuno-PCR

The development of a reliable, rapid, sensitive and specific laboratory test for the diagnosis of disease is an important goal of medical research. To the traditional techniques such as culture and microscopy, which are linked to the limited growth rate of the micro-organisms, was added the achievement of PCR...

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Gender medicine in cardiology
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Gender medicine in cardiology

Gender medicine investigates gender-specific differences in the symptoms, diagnosis and therapy of diseases in multiple disciplines. The chromosomes and sex hormones have an individual controlling function, but social behaviour and a person’s role in society also influence disease. This is also apparent in...

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Radiologie (MTRA)

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Klinik

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Praxis

Radiologie (MTRA)

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Labor | Teilzeit

Laboratoriumsmedizin (MTLA)

11.09.2020