Prof. Dr. med. Rainer Staudenmaier - Publikationen und Expertise

Um den vorherrschenden Anforderungen gerecht zu werden und jederzeit die beste Qualität zu erreichen ist es unabdingbar sich laufend weiter zu entwickeln. Daher ist die regelmäßige Teilnahme an Informationsveranstaltungen zum einen als Teilnehmer und zum anderen als Vortragender selbstverständlich. Die fachliche Expertise wird unter anderem von der Qualität und Quantität der Publikationen bestimmt. Im folgenden finden Sie die Historie der Publikationen:

  1. 10/2016

    Development of volume-stable adipose tissue constructs using polycaprolactone-based polyurethane scaffolds and fibrin hydrogels.

    Adipose tissue engineering aims at the restoration of soft tissue defects and the correction of contour deformities. It is therefore crucial to provide functional adipose tissue implants with appropriate volume stability. -> More

  2. 03/2016

    Prefabrication and free transfer of a tissue engineered composite flap - An experimental model in the rat.

    The technique of flap-prefabrication has been successfully established in tissue engineering: missing intrinsic vascularisation of engineered tissue can be generated in vivo by microsurgical vesselloop construction. It is possible to move engineered tissue into a defect with microsurgery. -> More

  3. 01/2016

    Management and prevention of acute bleedings in the head and neck area with interventional radiology.

    The Interventional Neuroradiology is becoming more important in the interdisciplinary treatment of acute haemorrhages due to vascular erosion and vascular tumors in the head and neck area. -> More

  4. 11/2015

    The Psychologic and Psychosocial Impact of Otoplasty on Children and Adults.

    In previous studies, our research group already evaluated the impact of aesthetic surgery on "quality of life" (QoL). This study evaluates QoL factors and perceptions of well-being after otoplasty as a single indication. -> More

  5. 11/2014

    Vascularization of engineered cartilage constructs in a mouse model.

    Tissue engineering of cartilage tissue offers a promising method for reconstructing ear, nose, larynx and trachea defects. However, a lack of sufficient nutrient supply to cartilage constructs limits this procedure. -> More

  6. 04/2014

    Total reconstruction of the auricle: our experiences on indications and recent techniques.

    Auricular reconstruction is a great challenge in facial plastic surgery. With the advances in surgical techniques and biotechnology, different options are available for consideration. -> More

  7. 12/2013

    Complications in 312 cases of nasal and auricular reconstruction via autologous rib cartilage.

    We present the results and complications with autologous rib cartilage in comparison to other materials in nasal and auricular reconstruction using a large patient collective from our clinic. -> More

  8. 08/2013

    Prefabrication of 3D cartilage contructs: towards a tissue engineered auricle--a model tested in rabbits.

    The reconstruction of an auricle for congenital deformity or following trauma remains one of the greatest challenges in reconstructive surgery. Tissue-engineered (TE) three-dimensional (3D) cartilage constructs have proven to be a promising option, but problems remain with regard to cell vitality in large cell constructs. -> More

  9. 12/2012

    Influence of different growth factors on chondrogenic differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells in polyurethane-fibrin composites.

    Chondrogenic differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells (ASCs) has proven to be feasible. To compensate for laryngeal palsy or cartilage defects after surgery or trauma using tissue engineering, a formable and stable scaffold material is mandatory. -> More

  10. 10/2012

    Management and prognosis of patients with squamous cell carcinomas of the nasal cavity and the paranasal sinuses

    Squamous cell carcinomas (SCC) of the nasal cavity and the paranasal sinuses are a very rare and poorly understood tumor entity. To date, no consistent management strategy exists. -> More

  11. 05/2012

    Chondrocytes suspended in modified fibrin glue for vocal fold augmentation: An in vitro study in a porcine larynx model.

    Injection laryngoplasty is an option for treatment of dysphonia following vocal fold paralysis. Modified fibrin glue with suspended chondrocytes might be a favorable cell-based material for permanent vocal fold medialization. -> More

  12. 03/2012

    Engineering of vascularized adipose constructs.

    Adipose tissue engineering offers a promising alternative to the current surgical techniques for the treatment of soft tissue defects. It is a challenge to find the appropriate scaffold that not only represents a suitable environment for cells but also allows fabrication of customized tissue constructs, particularly in breast surgery.-> More

  13. 02/2012

    Grisel's syndrome after otoplasty

    Grisel's syndrome is known as a very rare complication of ENT surgery. It is described as non-traumatic atlantoaxial rotatory subluxation, often seen after tonsillectomy or adenoidectomy in children. -> More

  14. 03/2011

    Neovascularisation and free microsurgical transfer of cartilage-engineered constructs

    Clinical imperatives for new cartilage to replace or restore the function of traumatized or missing tissue as a consequence of trauma, inherent malformations or disease has led to the need for therapies or procedures to generate cartilage for clinical applications. -> More

  15. 08/2010

    Reconstruction of the auricle. Preface.

    Reconstruction of the auricle. Preface.

  16. 05/2010

    Optimization of fibrinogen isolation for manufacturing autologous fibrin glue for use as scaffold in tissue engineering.

    Numerous manufacturing techniques for autogenous fibrin glue used as scaffold material have been described. As there is no consensus regarding the influence of chemical additives on cell biology, -> More

  17. 05/2010

    Combined aesthetic and functional reconstruction of ear malformations.

    urgery for major malformations of the outer and middle ear involves aesthetic as well as functional aspects. -> More

  18. 05/2010

    Customized tissue engineering for ear reconstruction.

    Tissue engineering (TE) of cartilage for reconstructive surgery has proven to be a promising option for obtaining tissue for 3D structures that results in minimal donor site morbidity. -> More

  19. 05/2010

    Treatment of infection of the ankle joint after subtotal talectomy using the free gracilis muscle: a case report from Hanoi, Vietnam.

    Treatment of infection of the ankle joint after subtotal talectomy using the free gracilis muscle: a case report from Hanoi, Vietnam. -> More

  20. 12/2009

    Microsurgical thumb replantation following traumatic amputation: preliminary results in Hanoi, Vietnam

    Replantation using microsurgical techniques is a fairly new procedure in Vietnam. We reviewed and evaluated our 7-year results of thumb replantation in Vietnamese patients following traumatic thumb amputation. -> More

  21. 12/2009

    Cartilage tissue engineering for auricular reconstruction: in vitro evaluation of potential genotoxic and cytotoxic effects of scaffold materials.

    Tissue engineering of autologous cartilage transplants is suggested as a new approach in reconstruction of external auricular deformities. -> More

  22. 10/2009

    Cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of matrices for cartilage tissue engineering.

    Customizing auricles with biodegradable polyurethane colonized with autologous chondrocytes as an approach for tissue engineering cartilage transplants has been suggested for the reconstruction of the external ear to repair auricular deformities. -> More

  23. 08/2009

    Comparison of effective use of implanted vascular pedicles for skin flap prefabrication: an experimental study

    Thin, large, well-vascularized, and axial-pattern flaps are often desired in the clinical practice of defect reconstruction to maximize esthetic and functional results. -> More

  24. 07/2009

    Successful re-construction of a large tissue defect using a free pre-fabricated flap with purely implanted arterialised venous loop.

    Flap pre-fabrication represents an interesting technique in tissue-defect reconstruction. -> More

  25. 06/2009

    Optimization of platelet isolation and extraction of autogenous TGF-beta in cartilage tissue engineering.

    Platelets are enriched with Transforming Growth Factor-beta (TGF-beta). However, information is limited concerning TGF-beta's effects at the molecular level. -> More

  26. 05/2009

    Effectiveness of free gracilis muscle flaps in the treatment of chronic osteomyelitis with purulent fistulas at the distal third of the tibia in children.

    Chronic purulent infection at the distal third of the tibia resulting from of a previous hematogenous osteomyelitis in children is a severe infection which is seldom reported in the literature and remains a difficult challenge for orthopaedic surgeons. -> More

  27. 04/2009

    Complete middle forearm amputations after avulsion injuries--microsurgical replantation results in Vietnamese patients.

    Replantation after complete avulsion amputations at the level of the middle forearm is rarely reported in the literature and remains one of the most difficult challenges for microsurgeons. -> More

  28. 03/2009

    Management of facial necrotizing fasciitis.

    Necrotizing fasciitis is a progressive, life-threatening, bacterial infection of the skin, the subcutaneous tissue and the underlying fascia, in most cases caused by ss-hemolytic group A streptococcus. -> More

  29. 01/2009

    Neovascularization and free microsurgical transfer of in vitro cartilage-engineered constructs.

    Cartilage tissue engineering shows to have tremendous potential for the reconstruction of three-dimensional cartilage defects. To ensure survival, shape, and function, in vitro cartilage-engineered constructs must be revascularized. -> More

  30. 10/2008

    Loss of olfaction with aging: a frequent disorder receiving little attention

    Loss of olfaction in old age is a frequent problem, which occurs at the same frequency as diabetes or severe sensorineural hearing loss. -> More

  31. 07/2008

    Influence of silicone sheets on microvascular anastomosis.

    The use of silicone products combined with free flap transfer is well established in reconstructive surgery. We determined the risk of thrombosis as a result of direct contact between the silicone sheet and the point of microanastomosis. -> More

  32. 05/2008

    Case reports: thumb reconstruction using amputated fingers.

    Reconstruction of an irreparably amputated thumb in multiple digit amputations using amputated fingers can considerably improve hand function and allows creation of a newly transplanted thumb with acceptable cosmetic and functional attributes. -> More

  33. 02/2008

    Performance of conventional oral brush biopsies

    This study evaluated the performance of oral brush biopsies using standard morphological analysis and haematoxylin and eosin (HE) staining for detecting oral squamous cell carcinomas and their respective precursor lesions. -> More

  34. 09/2007

    In vitro and in vivo cartilage engineering using a combination of chondrocyte-seeded long-term stable fibrin gels and polycaprolactone-based polyurethane scaffolds.

    The use of either a hydrogel or a solid polymeric scaffold alone is often associated with distinct drawbacks in many tissue engineering applications. -> More

  35. 07/2007

    Therapy of auricular keloids: review of different treatment modalities and proposal for a therapeutic algorithm.

    Keloids are abnormal wound reactions of connective tissue. Auricular keloids can develop as a result of, e.g., otoplasty, ear piercing, or skin trauma. A wide variety of therapeutic options exists, including surgery as primary treatment. -> More

  36. 05/2007

    Mercuric dichloride induces DNA damage in human salivary gland tissue cells and lymphocytes.

    Amalgam is still one of the most frequently used dental filling materials. However, the possible adverse effects especially that of the mercuric component have led to continued controversy. -> More

  37. 05/2007

    Condylar resection alone versus alloplastic reconstruction. Comparison of long-term functional and cosmetic results

    After condylar resection a decision on whether to proceed immediately to reconstruction has to be decided. In this paper, two patients who had undergone hemimandibulectomy including exarticulation, in one because of an expanded keratocystic odontogenic tumour and in the other because of oral squamous cell carcinoma, are presented. -> More

  38. 01/2007

    Long-term stable fibrin gels for cartilage engineering.

    It is essential that hydrogel scaffold systems maintain long-term shape stability and mechanical integrity for applications in cartilage tissue engineering. -> More

  39. 11/2006

    Optimized auricular reconstruction with autologous cartilage. Experience from 120 cases

    Auricular reconstruction with autologous cartilage has become well established in the last decade. By optimizing the technique, both the results and reliability have improved. -> More

  40. 11/2006

    Effects of nicotine with special consideration given to tumorigenesis in the head and neck region

    Tumorigenesis is based on initiation, promotion, and progression, whereas tobacco smoke is a decisive predisposing factor for squamous cell carcinomas of the upper aerodigestive tract. -> More

  41. 10/2006

    Round window stimulation with an implantable hearing aid (Soundbridge) combined with autogenous reconstruction of the auricle - a new approach.

    Congenital malformations of the auricle are often combined with atresia of the outer ear canal and malformations of the ossicles, representing aesthetic as well as functional deficits. -> More

  42. 09/2006

    Central giant cell granuloma of the mandible. Definition and differential diagnosis

    The synopsis of radiographic examination (uni- or multilocular radiolucency), histologic findings (giant cells throughout a benign fibroblastic matrix), blood chemistry analysis (normal serum parathyroid hormone) and clinical features provides the definitive diagnosis of giant cell granuloma, allowing the clearly defined surgical management of this lesion. -> More

  43. 07/2006

    Cellulose-based scaffold materials for cartilage tissue engineering.

    Non-woven cellulose II fabrics were used as scaffolds for in vitro cartilage tissue engineering. The scaffolds were activated in a saturated Ca(OH)(2) solution and subsequently coated with a calcium phosphate layer precipitated from a supersaturated physiological solution. -> More

  44. 05/2006

    Does nicotine add to the carcinogenic strain of tobacco smoke?

    It is accepted that nicotine in tobacco smoke causes addiction via nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in the central nervous system. For a long time, the tumorigenic potential of smoking was attributed to compounds other than nicotine. -> More

  45. 05/2006

    Correction of ear malformations with autologous rib cartilage

    Ear malformations are mainly isolated deformations but exist also in combination with various syndromes. A visible malformation in cases of microtia is a problem for the entire family. -> More

  46. 03/2006

    Cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of resin monomers in human salivary ...

    ...gland tissue and lymphocytes as assessed by the single cell microgel electrophoresis (Comet) assay. -> More

  47. 09/2005

    Dental injuries due to miniplate osteosynthesis. Classification, treatment management, complications, and prognosis

    In spite of a monocortical design, miniplate osteosynthesis can injure dental roots directly as well as damage dental substance indirectly by interrupting the apical blood stream. -> More

  48. 07/2005

    Prefabrication of large fasciocutaneous flaps using an isolated arterialised vein as implanted vascular pedicle.

    lap prefabrication represents a new trend in microsurgical tissue transfer. Based on the concept of neovascularisation, in Chinchilla Bastard rabbits (n=40), an isolated venous pedicle dissected from the femoral and saphena magna vein was arterialised by end-to-end anastomosis to the femoral artery at the inguinal ligament. -> More

  49. 07/2005

    Navigation-assisted construction of an external ear canal using an autogenous foreskin graft.

    Classic microtia is combined with external ear canal atresia and middle ear malformation. In order to evaluate whether an operation to improve hearing ability and the use of computer-assisted surgery are indicated, preoperative high-resolution navigation CT is mandatory. -> More

  50. 06/2005

    Proposed new method for angiographically quantifying neovascularization in prefabricated flaps.

    Prefabricated flaps have many potential applications in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Despite numerous experimental investigations and clinical applications, a standard quantification procedure for analyzing neovascularization in prefabricated flaps has not yet been established in the literature. -> More

  51. 05/2005

    Study of the neovascularisation of prefabrication of flaps using a silicone sheet and an isolated arterial pedicle: experimental study in rabbits.

    Use of an isolated artery as an implanted pedicle in prefabricated flaps has rarely been reported either clinically or experimentally. In Chinchilla Bastard rabbits (n = 36), we dissected an isolated arterial pedicle from the femoral and saphenous artery, anastomosed it end-to-end to the femoral vein at the inguinal ligament and created an isolated arterial loop pedicle. -> More

  52. 03/2005

    Neovascularization in prefabricated flaps using a tissue expander and an implanted arteriovenous pedicle.

    Creating prefabricated flaps using tissue expanders in combination with the implantation of maximal blood flow vascular pedicles into suitable tissue areas represents a new tendency in the reconstruction of large skin defects. -> More

  53. 12/2004

    Toxicological assessment of noxious inhalants.

    In the past centuries mankind has been exposed to various forms of air pollution not only at his occupational but also in his social environment. -> More

  54. 10/2004

    Flap prefabrication and prelamination with tissue-engineered cartilage.

    In reconstructive surgery, the integration of tissue-engineered cartilage in a prefabricated free flap may make it possible to generate flaps combining a variety of tissue components, to meet the special requirements of particular defects. -> More

  55. 08/2004

    Experimental investigation of neovascularisation in large prefabricated flaps after arteriovenous pedicle implantation

    The principle of prefabricated flaps is based on the transformation of a formerly random-pattern vascularized flap, through implantation of a vascular pedicle, into a newly neovascularized axial flap, which can be transferred after a period of neovascularisation from the prepared donor site to the recipient site by using microvascular techniques. -> More

  56. 06/2004

    Tissue-engineered cartilage in a prefabricated microvascularized flap

    In reconstructive surgery, the integration of tissue-engineered cartilage in a prefabricated free flap may make it possible to generate flaps combining a variety of tissue components to meet the special requirements of a particular defect. -> More

  57. 03/2004

    Mono(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate exhibits genotoxic effects in human lymphocytes

    Mono(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate exhibits genotoxic effects in human lymphocytes and mucosal cells of the upper aerodigestive tract in the comet assay. -> More

  58. 12/2003

    Genotoxic effects of vanadium pentoxide on human peripheral lymphocytes

    Genotoxic effects of vanadium pentoxide on human peripheral lymphocytes and mucosal cells of the upper aerodigestive tract. -> More

  59. 11/2003

    Clinical aspects and strategy for biomaterial engineering of an auricle based on three-dimensional stereolithography.

    At the present time, the partial and/or complete reconstruction of an auricle from autologous rib cartilage is one of most widely published techniques. -> More

  60. 04/2003

    Malformations of the auricle and their correction

    Owing to the stigma attached to auricular malformations, many patients request surgical correction. According to Weerda, such malformations can be classified into three grades of severity. -> More

  61. 07/2002

    Mesenchymal stem cells--a new pathway for tissue engineering in reconstructive surgery

    Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) have the capacity to differentiate into chondrocytes with the synthesis of cartilage. -> More

  62. 05/2002

    Dilated pneumosinus of the frontal sinus

    Pneumosinus dilatans is a rare disorder of the frontal sinus most commonly found in 20- to 40-year-old males. -> More

  63. 03/2002

    The characterisation of human respiratory epithelial cells

    The characterisation of human respiratory epithelial cells cultured on resorbable scaffolds: first steps towards a tissue engineered tracheal replacement. -> More

  64. 11/2001

    Local reconstruction of partial auricular defects

    Partial auricular defects are often caused by resection of skin tumors. These patients are mainly older and often in reduced general condition. Therefore very expenditure surgical approaches seem to be dangerous. -> More

  65. 05/2001

    Microtia: technique for external ear reconstruction with autologous rib cartilage.

    Various methods for treatment of classic microtia are known. Beside a prosthesis, the most common way of auricle reconstruction is the use of autogenous rib cartilage; -> More

  66. 08/2000

    Ear reconstruction supported by a stereolithographic model.

    Ear reconstruction supported by a stereolithographic model.

  67. 05/2000

    Color comparison of donor sites of free flaps and the face

    Microsurgical reconstructions of the face using free flaps from the body and the extremities often lead to imperfect aesthetic results. -> More

  68. 04/2000

    Subcutaneous preservation of an amputated auricle. Morphological changes

    Microsurgical replantation of an avulsed auricle remains a challenge in reconstructive surgery. -> More

  69. 04/2000

    Highly malignant T-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma (nasal type) of the hard palate

    The monomorphic clinical aspect of destructive mid-face lesions is characterised by inflammation, induration and granulomatous transformation. -> More

  70. 03/2000

    Autologous rib cartilage harvesting

    Operative procedure and postoperative pain reduction -> More

  71. 01/1999

    Free microvascular rectus abdominis muscle ...

    Free microvascular rectus abdominis muscle flap for soft tissue reconstruction of the lower leg and foot: results and donor site defect -> More

  72. 12/1998

    Donor-site morbidity of the segmental rectus abdominis muscle flap.

    The donor-site morbidity of the segmental rectus abdominis muscle flap was evaluated in 20 patients with an average follow-up time of 47 months. -> More

  73. 03/1997

    Results of surgical management of lunate malacia

    Results of surgical management of lunate malacia -> More