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Wiener klinische Wochenschrift

The Central European Journal of Medicine

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14.11.2018 | original article

Burden of disease in patients with chronic hepatitis C in the Austrian REAL study

Remarkable progress has been made in the treatment of patients with chronic hepatitis C (CHC) during the last few years, enhancing the vision of the eradication of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) worldwide over the next decade [ 1 ]. One of the …

12.11.2018 | review article

Tenotomy of the middle ear muscles

An unknown surgical approach in Meniere’s disease

Tenotomy of the tendon of the stapedius and tensor tympani muscles is a relatively unknown therapeutic procedure in Menière’s disease. Widespread approaches include medicinal treatment with betahistine or diuretics as well as interventional …

12.11.2018 | original article

Assessment of children with pectus excavatum without surgical correction

Pectus excavatum (PE) is the most common abnormality of the anterior chest wall in children [ 1 ]. Idiopathic PE may be associated with a variety of lung function abnormalities even in the absence of obvious clinical symptoms [ 2 ]; however, PE …

12.11.2018 | original article

Alprostadil treatment of critical limb ischemia in hemodialysis patients

A retrospective single-center analysis

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a widely underestimated and neglected condition with a prevalence of 4% in the general adult population [ 1 ]. The frequency of PAD is even higher in individuals suffering from chronic kidney disease, with the …

12.11.2018 | images in clinical medicine

Coronary artery fistula between the left circumflex artery and right atrium

Multimodal imaging

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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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