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13.03.2020 | case report

Reflectance confocal microscopic findings in a case of huge dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans

Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans is a slowly progressive, locally aggressive fibroblastic tumor which can be misdiagnosed in the early stage. Reflectance confocal microscopic features of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans has been scarcely described …

Autoren:
MD Ayda Acar, MD Isil Karaarslan, MD Gunseli Ozturk, MD Banu Yaman, MD Fezal Ozdemir

12.03.2020 | wmw history

Briefsammlung Wittelshöfer

Brief von Johann Jacob von Tschudi vom 16.02.1865
Autor:
Andreas Hummel

12.03.2020 | main topic

Mutual influences in the development of pathology and medicine in Austria and Turkey

The Imperial Medical School (Mektebi Tibbiye‑i Şahane), established in Istanbul in 1839 as the first medical school, in the Western sense, took the Josephinum Military Medical Academy in Vienna as an example, and this led to a period of …

Autor:
MD, MIAC Prof. Nadir Paksoy

06.03.2020 | wmw history

Briefsammlung Wittelshöfer

Autor:
Andreas Hummel

04.03.2020 | main topic Open Access

Ignaz Semmelweis: a victim of harassment?

Ignaz Semmelweis’ (1818–1865) discovery of the endemic causes of febris puerperalis is a striking example of the role of pathology in medicine. Transdisciplinarity encounters Semmelweis’ biography, which is neither linear nor totally focused on …

Autor:
Sonja Schreiner

28.02.2020 | original article

Psychiatric comorbidities in cancer patients: acute interventions by the psychiatric consultation liaison service

A cancer diagnosis is a life-changing and often even life-threatening matter for many patients. And considering the implications, it should come as no surprise that comorbid psychiatric disorders are common in cancer patients [ 1 , 2 ]. Prevalence …

Autoren:
PD Dr. med. Arnim Quante, Kristina Schulz, Maria Fissler

28.02.2020 | originalarbeit Open Access

Ethische Entscheidungen in zunehmend ökonomisierten Krankenhäusern

Eine Untersuchung zum ethischen Misstrauen in Verweildauerentscheidungen bei Studierenden und ÄrztInnen unterschiedlicher Positionen

Werden durch die Ökonomisierung des deutschen Gesundheitssystems medizinische Werte in den Hintergrund gedrängt? Im Rahmen einer Vignettenstudie wurde der Fall einer Verlängerung der Verweildauer einer älteren, noch nicht gänzlich genesenen …

Autoren:
M.A. MaHM Prof. Dr. med. Ibrahim Alkatout, PD Dr. rer-nat. Micha Strack, Prof. Dr. med. Nicolai Maass, Prof. Dr. phil. Margarete Boos, Dipl.-Kfm. Norbert Hopf

03.02.2020 | wmw history

Briefsammlung Wittelshöfer

Autor:
Andreas Hummel

29.01.2020 | main topic

The influence of neighbouring countries and sciences and the international spread of Viennese medicine: Carl Freiherr von Rokitansky’s international relations

The science-based Viennese School of Medicine arose from the collaboration between pathological anatomy and clinical medicine. The recognition of the clinical–pathological correlation enabled the Bohemian pathological anatomist Carl Rokitansky to …

Autor:
Dr. med. Ursula Rokitansky-Tilscher

28.01.2020 | original article

Clonal dissemination of high-level gentamicin-resistant isolates of Enterococcus faecalis within a university hospital in southeastern Iran

Although enterococci are intrinsically resistant to low-level concentrations of aminoglycosides (MICs < 500 µg/ml), combination of a cell wall-active antibiotic with an aminoglycoside confers a synergistic effect in the treatment of some severe …

Autoren:
Fereshteh Saffari, Hosein Darehkordi, Roya Ahmadrajabi

19.12.2019 | main topic

From Tuscany to Vienna: Paolo Mascagni’s anatomic models in the Josephinum

Paolo Mascagni (Pisa 1755–Siena 1815) was one of the major members of the cultural and scientific community in Tuscany in the XIX century. After initial interest in geological investigations, he successfully turned his attention to medical …

Autoren:
MD, PhD Dr. Cristian Scatena, MD Antonio Giuseppe Naccarato

19.12.2019 | main topic

Czech medical personalities in Vienna during the 19th century

During the entire 19th century, Czech lands (Bohemia and Moravia) were part of the Austrian Empire (from 1867, Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy). Obviously, there used to be quite frequent migration of Czechs of all social groups towards Austria …

Autor:
CSc. Prof. MUDr. Ivo Šteiner

24.08.2010 | Themenschwerpunkt

Grundlagen und Wirkungsweise von zielgerichteten Therapien

Während die konventionelle zytostatische Krebstherapie durch eine geringe Spezifität und relativ ausgeprägte Nebenwirkungen charakterisiert ist, erlaubt die spezifische Inhibierung des Tumorwachstums eine zielgerichtete Therapie bei zumeist …

Autor:
Christian F. Singer