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16.01.2019 | main topic

Clinical melanoma characteristics and survival—a single-center retrospective study between 2000 and 2010

The aim of this study was to characterize clinical, histological, and outcome features of primary melanoma in 1329 patients managed at a single-center institution between 2000 and 2010. Parameters included age at diagnosis, sex, tumor location …

16.01.2019 | Endokrinologie | themenschwerpunkt Open Access

Schilddrüse und Schwangerschaft: Schein und Sein

Ein Streifzug durch die aktuelle Literatur im Licht der neuen Leitlinien

Potentielle Funktionsstörungen der Schilddrüse treten bei bis zu 15 % aller Schwangeren auf und gehören damit zu den häufigsten Fragestellungen.

08.01.2019 | main topic Open Access

Control of hospital acquired infections and antimicrobial resistance in Europe: the way to go

One of the major challenges for modern medicine is our ageing society and an increased level of immunocompromised hosts. More invasive and intensive medical interventions will increase the number of healthcare-associated infections (HCAI), which …

13.12.2018 | review Open Access

Nerve grafting for peripheral nerve injuries with extended defect sizes

Artificial and non-artificial nerve grafts are the gold standard in peripheral nerve reconstruction in cases with extensive loss of nerve tissue, particularly where a direct end-to-end suture or an autologous nerve graft is inauspicious. Different …

11.12.2018 | main topic

My best case: homeopathic management of adverse effects of tamoxifen

Tamoxifen is the most widely used hormone therapy for adjuvant or curative treatment of hormone-sensitive breast cancers. The efficacy vs. adverse effect ratio is favorable [ 1 ] and the actual medical benefit is considered important by the French …

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"From the microscope to clinical application!", Scientists from all European countries make available their recent research results and practical experience through Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift, the renowned English- and German-language forum. Both original articles and reviews on a broad spectrum of clinical and preclinical medicine are presented within the successful framework of thematic issues compiled by guest editors. Selected cutting-edge topics, such as dementia, geriatric oncology, Helicobacter pylori and phytomedicine make the journal a mandatory source of information.

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