Die amtliche Reihe der UK50 (Umgebungskarte 1:50000) bietet für zusammenhängenden bayerische Regionen gezielte Freizeitinformationen. Kartengrundlage ist die TK50 (Topographische Karte 1:50000) mit UTM-Gitter für GPS-Nutzer und Geländedarstellung. Die Inn-Salzach-Region ist genauso wie ihre südliche Nachbarschaft (Rupertiwinkel und Chiemgau) geprägt von eiszeitlichen Relikten: hügelige Moränenlandschaften, durchzogen von den Tälern der ehemaligen Gletscherabflüsse. Eine vielfältige Landschaft, ideal geeignet, um vom Rad aus erkundet zu werden - entweder gemütlich flussab entlang von Inn, Alz, Traun oder Salzach oder sportlicher querdurch, z.B. auf dem neuen Bayernnetzradweg ´´Panoramaweg Inn-Salzach´´. Weiter südlich ist die Landschaft durchsetzt mit Mooren und Seen (z.B. der als wärmster See Oberbayerns geltende Waginger See) - was Radlern und Wanderern auch nicht unangenehm sein dürfte. Dazwischen gibt es wahrhaft viel zu entdecken: Historische Städte wie Mühldorf (sehenswerter Stadtplatz), Altötting (Gnadenkapelle) und Burghausen (weltlängste Burg, über 1 km!) laden zum Besuch. Aber auch kleinere Orte wie Tittmoning, die ´´Papstgemeinde´´ Marktl oder das malerisch in einer Salzachschleife gelegene Laufen. Am Nordufer des Chiemsees kann man bei Seebruck in die Kelten-und Römerzeit abtauchen. Das neue Geflecht an Themenradwegen des Landkreises Traunstein erschließt diese und viele weitere Sehenswürdigkeiten der Region. Für Kinder (aber auch Väter :-)) ist ganz im Süden vielleicht die Lokwelt Freilassing oder das TraumWerk in Anger interessant.
Skitouren in den Bayerischen Alpen, zwischen Inn und Lech - in den heimischen Bergen lässt sich so manches Schmankerl entdecken: berauschende Abfahrten, stille Anstiege, Touren für jede Schneelage und jeden Geschmack.
Inn-Salzach-Region, Rupertiwinkel, Östlicher Chiemgau 1 : 50 000 (UK50-44):Mühldorf a. Inn, Töging a. Inn, Trostberg, Tittmoning, Laufen, Traunreut, Freilassing, Waginger See. Neuauflage Breitband und Vermessung, Bayern Landesamt für Digitalisierung
Aktivieren des Stadtzentrums von Kleinstädten durch die verknüpfte Anwendung erfolgreicher Modelle aus Großstädten und ländlichen Regionen wie innovatives Leerstandsmanagement, installieren multipler Häuser und Förderung alternativer Wohnformen für die Generation Plus: Jana Reichenbach-Behnisch, Antje Flämig, Jürgen Kasek, Jens Kröckel, Eugenia Freund
This Atlas depicts in a clear manner the use of regional skin, muscle and musculocutaneous flaps as well as donor sites from distant regions of the body where vascularized skin, muscle, bone, and nerves can be harvested and transferred to the head and neck. Otolaryngologists, plastic surgeons and general surgeons use both regional and free flaps to reconstruct damage to the head and neck caused by cancer and trauma. This Atlas provides the surgeon with techniques for mastering different donor sites needed to find solutions to virtually every reconstruction problem. It provides detailed descriptions of the anatomy and harvesting techniques of the major regional and free-flap donor sites currently employed in head and neck reconstruction.
Vascular Medicine, Second Edition presents the current methods of diagnosis and treatment across the entire specialty of angiology, providing clear guidance on vascular medicine from well-known specialists. Updates include coverage of recent advances in endovascular therapy, an introductory anatomy section in each chapter, and a detailed duplex ultrasonography section for every vascular region. This new edition also contains chapters on the increasingly important areas of acute stroke treatment and renal sympathectomy, each written by leading experts in those treatment methods. Key Features: Focuses on the medical as well as the surgical aspects of angiology Complete coverage of all three treatment options: conservative treatment, endovascular therapy, and surgery Interdisciplinary approach that includes outpatient medicine, vascular medicine, cardiology, and radiology All medical specialists involved in vascular medicine, as well as interventional specialists and vascular surgeons, will find this book to be an invaluable reference throughout their careers.
MRI of the Musculoskeletal System, Sixth Edition, comprehensively presents all aspects of MR musculoskeletal imaging, including basic principles of interpretation, physics, and terminology before moving through a systematic presentation of disease states in each anatomic region of the body. Its well-deserved reputation can be attributed to its clarity, simplicity, and comprehensiveness.The Sixth Edition features many updates, including: ·New pulse sequences and artifacts in the basics chapters ·Over 3,000 high-quality images including new anatomy drawings and images ·FREE access to a companion web site featuring full text as well as an interactive anatomy quiz with matching labels of over 300 images.
For courses in orthopedics, physical therapy, athletic training, and physical examination, in programs for healthcare providers including physicians, nurses, athletic trainers, physician´s assistants, physical therapists, and occupational therapists. This is the field´s most comprehensive evidence-based guide to clinical tests for orthopedic physical examination. It presents complete explanations and photography visualizing all commonly used physical exam tests for all body regions, including both neurological screening tools and conventional tests. The quality of research supporting each test is assessed using the QUADAS quality instrument, which analyzes the extent to which bias may have influenced diagnostic values. Diagnostic values are reported wherever they exist, and summary ´´Utility? scores are provided for each test based on the authors´ interpretation of the research and their use of the tests in clinical practice. This edition adds 200 new tests, presents valuable clusters of tests, and contains two entirely new chapters: one on visceral assessment and medical screening, and another on temporomandibular examination.
Extensively revised with new illustrations, new clinical photos, and bonus videos from Dr. Blumgart´s own collection, this two-volume classic text remains the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource on surgery of the hepatobiliary and pancreatic region . Dr. William Jarnagin and his team of internationally recognized surgeons continue the Blumgart´s tradition of excellence, bringing you the latest advances in diagnostic and surgical techniques. You´ll find updates on the newest minimally invasive surgeries, new interventional diagnostic techniques, and complete coverage of all relevant diseases, including those seen in the tropics.
A valuable reference for repairing soft-tissue defects Returning in a second edition, this book is a beautifully illustrated guide to facial soft-tissue reconstruction, written by leading clinicians who share insights into the most effective techniques for managing a range of problems in this area of surgery. It opens with a review of soft-tissue biomechanics and physiology and then covers the fundamentals of wound closure, wound healing, grafts, flaps, and dermabrasion. The chapters that follow address defects in specific anatomic regions. Each chapter presents a brief overview of the anatomy of the region and then goes on to provide succinct descriptions of surgical approaches for the relevant subunits in that region. New in this edition is a final chapter that provides detailed discussion of the latest graft harvesting techniques. Features of the second edition: - Algorithms that guide the clinician through treatment options to the selection of the appropriate flap or graft for each situation - Over 300 high-quality illustrations, full-color clinical photographs, and diagrams precisely depicting key surgical concepts - Up-to-date coverage of the newest flaps in facial reconstructive surgery This book is ideal for clinicians and residents in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and trauma management, as well as being a useful reference for dermatologists and ophthalmologists.
The first two sections of this text address endoscopic and keyhole surgical procedures for cranial base and deep brain structures. These sections provide a comprehensive, state-of-the art review of this minimally invasive field and will serve as a valuable resource for clinicians, surgeons and researchers with an interest in cranial base surgery. The philosophy, techniques, indications and limitations of endoscopic and keyhole cranial base surgery are covered in detail. This reference includes a discussion of the basic principles of these approaches as well as the preoperative planning, intraoperative pearls, and reconstruction techniques. The thorough descriptions of the practical and technical aspects are accompanied by extensive illustrations, figures and operative images. Extending beyond the technical details of these procedures, this text provides a third section that focuses on a thorough analysis and comparison of the endoscopic, keyhole and traditional open approaches to specific intracranial regions. Utilizing a ´´target-based´´ approach, the utility of each surgical technique is evaluated in regard to accessing pathology of the anterior, middle and posterior fossa cranial base as well as the deep central regions of the brain. All chapters are written by experts in their fields and include the most up to date scientific and clinical information. Endoscopic and Keyhole Cranial Base Surgery will be a valuable resource to specialists in optimizing surgical results and improving patient outcomes.