1975
DOI: 10.1055/s-0028-1096920 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Complications in diagnostic mediastinoscopy are between 0, 7 percent and 1,8 per cent. Lesions of the great vessels end letal in most cases. A possibility is reported how to treat lesions of the tracheobronchial system in emergency cases with lyophilised dura and a histoacryl-adhesive for tissue.

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“…However, other complications such as bronchial (17,20), or oesophageal (11,(17)(18)(19) lesions, mediastinitis, or any incident caused by anaesthesia were not seen, although these complications have been described in literature. There was also no sign of any implantation of metastases.…”
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“…However, other complications such as bronchial (17,20), or oesophageal (11,(17)(18)(19) lesions, mediastinitis, or any incident caused by anaesthesia were not seen, although these complications have been described in literature. There was also no sign of any implantation of metastases.…”
Section: Elevation Of the Diaphragmmentioning
“…Indications, technique and efficiency of this method are well known in literature (6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16). Less attention has been paid to its side effects and complications (17)(18)(19)(20) which form the basis of our report.…”
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