• Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in Adolescents
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    Review article

    Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in Adolescents

    With a lifetime prevalence of 25–35% of at least one incident of nonsuicidal self-injury in adolescents, Germany is one of the countries with the highest rates in Europe (1, 2). For this reason, this topic is of great relevance to physicians in various specialties. In recent years, three guidelines ...
  • The Treatment of Incisional Hernia

    Review article

    The Treatment of Incisional Hernia

    The exact global incidence of incisional hernia is unknown. Presumably, the wide variation in abdominal approaches, comorbidities among patients and techniques for surgical closure of the abdominal wall leads to a broad range of incidence rates, significantly differing between the various patient ...
  • Indications for the Surgical Management of Benign Goiter in Adults
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    Review article

    Indications for the Surgical Management of Benign Goiter in Adults

    The number of thyroid surgeries performed to treat benign goiter declined in Germany between 2005 and 2013 from 89 000 to 79 000 per year (1). However, it was still about 3 to 6 times higher compared to the numbers in the USA, England, and Scandinavian countries (2–4). A population-based ...
  • Current Approaches to Epistaxis Treatment in Primary and Secondary Care
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    Current Approaches to Epistaxis Treat­ment in Primary and Secondary Care

    Mild episodes of epistaxis stop spontaneously or are treated, often successfully, by the primary care physician or by the emergency physician. Only when nosebleeds are recurrent or severe are patients referred to an otorhinolaryngologist or to an accident and emergency department for further ...
Current Issue

Dtsch Arztebl Int 2018; 115(3)

Review article

Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in Adolescents

Plener, P L; Kaess, M; Schmahl, C; Pollak, S; Fegert, J M; Brown, R C

Clinical Snapshot

Multiple Chronic Gouty Tophi

Jud, P; Verheyen, N; Fruhwald, F

Review article

The Treatment of Incisional Hernia

Dietz, U A; Menzel, S; Lock, J; Wiegering, A

Correspondence

The Cause is Cesarean Section

Otto, G

Correspondence

Osteopathy as an Aid to Treatment

Riedel, M

Correspondence

Caused by Spinal Block

Höne, R

Correspondence

In Reply

Linz, C; Schweitzer, T

Clinical Snapshot

Secondary Syphilis Without Any History of Primary Infection

Grade, M; Bronnert, J

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