DÄ International

DEUTSCHES ÄRZTEBLATT INTERNATIONAL

Editorial

The Burden of Cancer in Germany

Katalinic, A

Clinical Snapshot

Difficult Removal of a Central Venous Port Catheter

Christ, M; Grett, M; Trappe, H

Original article

Cancers Due to Smoking and High Alcohol Consumption

Estimation of the attributable cancer burden in Germany
Mons, U; Gredner, T; Behrens, G; Stock, C; Brenner, H

Cancers Due to Excess Weight, Low Physical Activity, and Unhealthy Diet

Estimation of the attributable cancer burden in Germany
Behrens, G; Gredner, T; Stock, C; Leitzmann, M F; Brenner, H; Mons, U

Clinical Snapshot

The Differential Diagnosis of Light-Red Livor Mortis

Schäffer, B; Peschel, O

Original article

Cancers Due to Infection and Selected Environmental Factors

Estimation of the attributable cancer burden in Germany
Gredner, T; Behrens, G; Stock, C; Brenner, H; Mons, U

In Reply

Stingl, J C

Clinical Snapshot

Tendon Swelling After Kidney Transplantation

Backhaus, P; Becker, H

Correspondence

Radiotherapy

Pinkawa, M

Autologous Fat Transplantation

Herold, C; Rennekampff, H; Allert, S

In Reply

Spies, C K

Centrifugal Surgery

Gaiser, M; Utikal, J

In Reply

Kupilas, F J; Kleinheinz, J

Original article

Medical treatment of COPD

An analysis of guideline-adherent prescribing in a large national cohort (COSYCONET)
Graf, J; Jörres, R A; Lucke, T; Nowak, D; Vogelmeier, C F; Ficker, J H

Clinical Snapshot

Massive mucoid impactions in a 73-year-old woman

Kelterborn, J; Ghopreal, T; Harsch, I A

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The diagnosis and treatment of anxiety disorders

Ströhle, A; Gensichen, J; Domschke, K

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