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Wiener klinische Wochenschrift

The Central European Journal of Medicine

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18.07.2019 | original article Open Access

The Austrian biodatabase for chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (ABCMML)

A representative and useful real-life data source for further biomedical research

In the Austrian biodatabase for chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (ABCMML) clinicolaboratory real-life data have been captured from 606 CMML patients from 14 different hospitals over the last 30 years. It is the only large biodatabase worldwide in …

16.07.2019 | original article

Does third trimester cervical length predict duration of first stage of labor?

Preterm birth is a major issue worldwide and is associated with a massive morbidity and mortality for mother and child [ 1 ]. Risk factors are multifactorial and predominantly include infections, smoking, vaginal bleeding, lower socioeconomic …

16.07.2019 | main topic Open Access

Challenges in rehabilitation of patients with nontraumatic spinal cord dysfunction due to tumors

A narrative review

The incidence of cancer-associated non-traumatic spinal cord dysfunction is rising due to population aging and better cancer treatment. The overall benefit of rehabilitation in specialized facilities for traumatic spinal cord dysfunction has been …

02.07.2019 | main topic Open Access

Typical aspects in the rehabilitation of cancer patients suffering from metastatic bone disease or multiple myeloma

Modern cancer and hemato-oncological treatment results in improvement of survival of patients suffering from metastatic cancer or multiple myeloma [ 1 – 6 ]. As patients survive longer, health-related quality of life (HRQOL), social and …

02.07.2019 | short report

Hereditary methemoglobinemia caused by Hb M-Hyde Park (Hb M-Akita) (HBB:c.277C > T; p.His93Tyr)

Healthy human blood contains only a trace amount of methemoglobin (Hb M), less than 1%. In Hb M iron is present in the oxidized ferric state (Fe3+) not in the reduced ferrous form (Fe2+) and this reduces the ability of hemoglobin to bind oxygen.

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The Wiener klinische Wochenschrift - The Central European Journal of Medicine - is an international scientific medical journal covering the entire spectrum of clinical medicine and related areas such as ethics in medicine, public health and the history of medicine. In addition to original articles, the Journal features editorials and leading articles on newly emerging topics, review articles, case reports and a broad range of special articles. Experimental material will be considered for publication if it is directly relevant to clinical medicine. The number of international contributions has been steadily increasing. Consequently, the international reputation of the journal has grown in the past several years.

Founded in 1888, the Wiener klinische Wochenschrift - The Central European Journal of Medicine - is certainly one of the most prestigious medical journals in the world and takes pride in having been the first publisher of landmarks in medicine.

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