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Publikationen

Publikationen 2021

Peer Review Artikel

  1. Filser, B., Uslar, V., Weyhe, D., & Tabriz, N. (2021). Predictors of adenoma size and location in primary hyperparathyroidism. Langenbeck's Archives of Surgery, 1-8.
  2. Gloy, K., Weyhe, P., Nerenz, E., Kaluschke, M., Uslar, V., Zachmann, G., & Weyhe, D. (2021). Immersive Anatomy Atlas: Learning Factual Medical Knowledge in a Virtual Reality Environment. Anatomical Sciences Education.
  3. Hoffmann, H., Köckerling, F., Adolf, D., Mayer, F., Weyhe, D., Reinpold, W., Fortelny, R., & Kirchhoff, P. (2021). Analysis of 4,015 recurrent incisional hernia repairs from the Herniamed registry: risk factors and outcomes. Hernia, 25(1), 61-75.
  4. Köckerling, F., Heine, T., Adolf, D., Zarras, K., Weyhe, D., Lammers, B., Mayer, F., Reinpold, W., Jacob, D. (2019). Trends in Emergent Groin Hernia Repair-An Analysis From the Herniamed Registry. Frontiers in Surgery 30;8:655755.
  5. Köckerling, F., Hoffmann, H., Adolf, D., Reinpold, W., Kirchhoff, P., Mayer, F., Weyhe, D., Lammers, B., & Emmanuel, K. (2021). Potential influencing factors on the outcome in incisional hernia repair: a registry-based multivariable analysis of 22,895 patients. Hernia, 25(1), 33-49.
  6. Köckerling, F., Adolf, D., Lorenz, R., Stechemesser, B., Kuthe, A., Conze, J., Lammers, B., Fortelny, R., Mayer, F., Zarras, K., Reinpold, W., Hoffmann, H., & Weyhe, D. (2021). Perioperative outcome in groin hernia repair: what are the most important influencing factors?. Hernia, 1-15.
  7. Köckerling, F., Lammers, B., Weyhe, D., Reinpold, W., Zarras, K., Adolf, D., Riediger, H., & Krüger, C. M. (2021). What is the outcome of the open IPOM versus sublay technique in the treatment of larger incisional hernias?: A propensity score-matched comparison of 9091 patients from the Herniamed Registry. Hernia, 25(1), 23-31.
  8. Köckerling, F., Adolf, D., Zarras, K., Fortelny, R., Lorenz, R., Lammers, B., Reinpold, W., Stechemesser, B.,  Schug-Pass, C., & Weyhe, D. (2021). What is the reality in epigastric hernia repair? – a trend analysis from the Herniamed Registry. Hernia, 1-12.
  9. Köckerling, F., Lorenz, R., Stechemesser, B., Conze, J., Kuthe, A., Reinpold, W., Niebuhr, H., Lammers, B., Zarras, K., Fortelny, R., Mayer, F., Hoffmann, H., Kukleta, J.F. & Weyhe, D. (2021). Comparison of outcomes in rectus abdominis diastasis repair—which data do we need in a hernia registry?. Hernia, 1-13.
  10. Köckerling, F., Hoffmann, H., Mayer, F., Zarras, K., Reinpold, W., Fortelny, R., Weyhe, D., Lammers, D., Adolf, D. & Schug-Pass, C. (2021). What are the trends in incisional hernia repair? Real-world data over 10 years from the Herniamed registry. Hernia, 25(2), 255-265.
  11. Köckerling, F., Brunner, W., Mayer, F., Fortelny, R., Adolf, D., Niebuhr, H., Lorenz, R., Reinpold, W., Zarras, K. & Weyhe, D. (2021). Assessment of potential influencing factors on the outcome in small (< 2 cm) umbilical hernia repair: a registry-based multivariable analysis of 31,965 patients. Hernia, 25(3), 587-603.
  12. Köckerling, F., Brunner, W., Fortelny, R., Mayer, F., Adolf, D., Niebuhr, H., Lorenz, R., Reinpold, W., Zarras, K., & Weyhe, D. (2021). Treatment of small (< 2 cm) umbilical hernias: guidelines and current trends from the Herniamed Registry. Hernia, 25(3):605-617. 
  13. Kraft, V., Schumann, C., Salzmann, D., Nopper, H., Lück, T., Weyhe, D., & Schenk, A. (2021). Towards realistic organ models for 3D printing and visualization. Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering, 7(1): 166-170. https://doi.org/10.1515/cdbme-2021-1036
  14. Nopper, H., Schendel, O., Karayagiz, F., Freitas, U., Lück, T., Stadie, T., Lampe, L., Reinschlüssel, A., Döring, T., Salzmann, D., & Weyhe, D. (2021). Advanced training scenarios for liver surgery with realistic interactive 3D-printed phantoms. Transactions on Additive Manufacturing Meets Medicine, 3(1), 502-502.
  15. Seipp, A., Uslar, V., Weyhe, D., Timmer, A., & Otto‐Sobotka, F. (2021). Weighted expectile regression for right‐censored data. Statistics in Medicine. DOI: 10.1002/sim.9137
  16. Tabriz, N., Gruben, A., Uslar, V., & Weyhe, D. (2021). Risk factors for Graves' Orbitopathy in surgical patients—Results of a 10‐year retrospective study with review of the literature. Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, 4(1), e00210.
  17. Tabriz, N., Gloy, K., Schantzen, A., Fried, D., Weyhe, D., & Uslar, V. (2021). Validity and reliability of the German version of the shortened thyroid-specific quality of life questionnaire (ThyPRO-39de). Endocrine Connections, 10(9), 1065-1072.
  18. Tabriz, N., Uslar, V.N., Obonyo, D. & Weyhe, D. (2021). Micronutritional status after pylorus preserving duodenopancreatectomy: analysis of data from a randomized controlled trial. Scientific Reports 11, 18475 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-97438-6
  19. Weyhe, D., Obonyo, D., Uslar, V.N., Stricker, I., Tannapfel, A. (2021). Predictive factors for long-term survival after surgery for pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma: Making a case for standardized reporting of the resection margin using certified cancer center data. PLoS One, 16(3):e0248633.
  20. Weyhe, D., Salzmann, D., & Gloy, K. (2021). Prophylaxe von parastomalen, perinealen und Narbenhernien in der kolorektalen Chirurgie. Der Chirurg, 1-9.

Peer Review Konferenzbeiträge

  1. Reinschluessel, A. V., Muender, T., Döring, T., Uslar, V. N., Lück, T., Weyhe, D., Schenk, A. & Malaka, R. (2021). A Study on the Size of Tangible Organ-shaped Controllers for Exploring Medical Data in VR. In Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. Article 261): Association for Computing Machinery.

Buchbeiträge

  1. Weyhe, D. (2021). Patientensicherheit in der Chirurgie. In Viszeralchirurgische Operationen und technische Varianten (pp. 1-12). Viszeralchirurgische Operationen und technische Varianten. Hrsg: Michael Korenkov, Christoph-Thomas Germer & Hauke Lang. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Publikationen 2020

Peer Review Artikel

  1. Hoffmann, H., Köckerling, F., Adolf, D., Mayer, F., Weyhe, D., Reinpold, W., ... & Kirchhoff, P. (2020). Analysis of 4,015 recurrent incisional hernia repairs from the Herniamed registry: risk factors and outcomes. Hernia, 1-15.
  2. Köckerling, F., Lammers, B., Weyhe, D., Reinpold, W., Zarras, K., Adolf, D., ... & Krüger, C. M. (2020). What is the outcome of the open IPOM versus sublay technique in the treatment of larger incisional hernias?: A propensity score-matched comparison of 9091 patients from the Herniamed Registry. Hernia, 1-9.
  3. Köckerling, F., Hoffmann, H., Adolf, D., Reinpold, W., Kirchhoff, P., Mayer, F., Weyhe, D., Lammers, B. & Emmanuel, K. (2020). Potential influencing factors on the outcome in incisional hernia repair: a registry-based multivariable analysis of 22,895 patients. Hernia, 1-17.
  4. Köckerling, F., Brunner, W., Mayer, F., Fortelny, R., Adolf, D., Niebuhr, H., ... & Weyhe, D. (2020). Assessment of potential influencing factors on the outcome in small (< 2 cm) umbilical hernia repair: a registry-based multivariable analysis of 31,965 patients. Hernia, 1-17.
  5. Köckerling, F., Zarras, K., Adolf, D., Kraft, B., Jacob, D., Weyhe, D., & Schug-Pass, C. (2020). What Is the Reality of Hiatal Hernia Management?—A Registry Analysis. Frontiers in Surgery, 7, 84.
  6. Köckerling, F., Hoffmann, H., Adolf, D., Weyhe, D., Reinpold, W., Koch, A., & Kirchhoff, P. (2020). Female sex as independent risk factor for chronic pain following elective incisional hernia repair: registry-based, propensity score-matched comparison. Hernia, 24(3), 567-576.
  7. Köckerling, F., Hoffmann, H., Mayer, F., Zarras, K., Reinpold, W., Fortelny, R., Weyhe, D., Lammers, B., Adolf, D. & Schug-Pass, C. (2020). What are the trends in incisional hernia repair? Real-world data over 10 years from the Herniamed registry. Hernia, 1-11.
  8. Köckerling, F., Brunner, W., Fortelny, R., Mayer, F., Adolf, D., Niebuhr, H., ... & Weyhe, D. (2020). Treatment of small (< 2 cm) umbilical hernias: guidelines and current trends from the Herniamed Registry. Hernia, 1-13.
  9. Lück, T., Nopper, H., Schendel, O., Weyhe, D., Salzmann, D., Uslar, V., ... & Schumann, C. (2020). Exploring realistic haptics for 3D-printed organ phantoms in surgery training in VR and AR. Transactions on Additive Manufacturing Meets Medicine, 2(1). doi.org/10.18416/AMMM.2020.2009026
  10. Seelig, M.H., Winkels, R., Wiese, M., Weyhe, D. (2020). Spermatic cord liposarcomas incidentally found during hernia surgery: is histology of any lipoma mandatory? A review of the literature. Acta Chir Belg., 120(2):79-84. doi: 10.1080/00015458.2019.1689645.
  11. Tabriz, N., Grone, J., Uslar, V., Tannapfel, A., & Weyhe, D. (2020). BRAF V600E mutation correlates with aggressive clinico-pathological features but does not influence tumor recurrence in papillary thyroid carcinoma—10-year single-center results. Gland Surgery, 9(6):1902.
  12. Tabriz, N., Gruben, A., Uslar, V., Weyhe, D. (2020). Risk factors for Graves' Orbitopathy in surgical patients-Results of a 10-year retrospective study with review of the literature. Endocrinol Diabetes Metab. 4(1):e00210. doi: 10.1002/edm2.210.
  13. Tabriz, N., Uslar, V. N., Tabriz, I., & Weyhe, D. (2020). Quality of life is not affected by thyroid surgery in nontoxic benign goitre in longterm surveillance—A prospective observational study. Endocrinology, diabetes & metabolism, 3(2), e00115.
  14. Templin, R., Tabriz, N., Hoffmann, M., Uslar, V. N., Lück, T., Schenk, A., ... & Weyhe, D. (2020). Case Report: Virtual and interactive 3D vascular reconstruction before planned pancreatic head resection and complex vascular anatomy: a bench-to-bedside transfer of new visualization techniques in pancreatic surgery. Frontiers in Surgery, 7.

Peer Review Konferenzbeiträge

  1. Lück, T.; Salzmann, D., Uslar, V., Weyhe, D. (2020). Beurteilung der Druckfestigkeit von Lebermodellen zur Entwicklung von 3D-Organmodellen in VR/AR Umgebungen. DGCH- Rapid Communication, digital
  2. Lubasch, J.S.; Voigt-Barbarowicz, M.; de Wilde, R.L.; Griesinger, F.; Lazovic, D.; Ocampo Villegas, P.C.; Roeper, J.; Salzmann, D.; Seeber, G.H.; Torres-de la Roche, A.; Weyhe, D., Lippke, S., Ansmann, L.; Brütt, A.L. (2020): Partizipativ angelegte Implementierung eines Kommunikationskonzeptes zur Verbesserung der professionellen Gesundheitskompetenz – PIKOG-Studie. Deutscher Kongress für Versorgungsforschung, digital. doi: 10.3205/20dkvf313
  3. Templin, R., & Weyhe, D. (2020). Virtual and interactive 3D-vascular-reconstruction before planned pancreatic head resection and complex vascular anatomy: A bench-to-bedside transfer of virtual reality. Abstracts DGCH. Innovative Surgical Sciences. 2020;5(s1): s218-s266. https://doi.org/10.1515/iss-2020-2002

Buchbeiträge

  1. Weyhe D. Hernien. In: Lorenz DF, Helmut; Germer, Christoph-Thomas, editor. DGAV Chirurgie Update 2020 Handbuch Allgemein-/Viszeralchirurgie. Wiesbaden: MED PUBLICO 2020.

Publikationen 2019

Peer Review Artikel

  1. Bittner, R., Bain, K., Bansal, V. K., Berrevoet, F., Bingener-Casey, J., Chen, D., ... & Yao, Q. (2019). Update of Guidelines for laparoscopic treatment of ventral and incisional abdominal wall hernias (International Endohernia Society (IEHS))—Part A. Surgical endoscopy, 33(10), 3069-3139.
  2. Köckerling, F., Bittner, R., Kofler, M., Mayer, F., Adolf, D., Kuthe, A., & Weyhe, D. (2019). Lichtenstein versus total extraperitoneal patch plasty versus transabdominal patch plasty technique for primary unilateral inguinal hernia repair: a registry-based, propensity score-matched comparison of 57,906 patients. Annals of surgery, 269(2), 351-357.
  3. Köckerling, F., Simon, T., Adolf, D., Köckerling, D., Mayer, F., Reinpold, W., ... & Bittner, R. (2019). Laparoscopic IPOM versus open sublay technique for elective incisional hernia repair: a registry-based, propensity score-matched comparison of 9907 patients. Surgical endoscopy, 33(10), 3361-3369.
  4. Köckerling, F., Sheen, A. J., Berrevoet, F., Campanelli, G., Cuccurullo, D., Fortelny, R., ... , Weyhe, D. & Simons, M. P. (2019). Accreditation and certification requirements for hernia centers and surgeons: the ACCESS project. Hernia, 23(2), 185-203.
  5. Köckerling, F., Hoffmann, H., Adolf, D., Weyhe, D., Reinpold, W., Koch, A., Kirchhoff, P. (2019). Female sex as independent risk factor for chronic pain following elective incisional hernia repair: registrybased,
    propensity score-matched comparison. Hernia, 24(3):567-576.
  6. Köckerling, F., Bittner, R., Kofler, M., Mayer, F., Adolf, D., Kuthe, A., Weyhe, D. (2019. )Lichtenstein Versus Total Extraperitoneal Patch Plasty Versus Transabdominal Patch Plasty Technique for Primary Unilateral Inguinal Hernia Repair: A Registry-based, Propensity Score-matched Comparison of 57,906 Patients. Annals of Surgery, 269(2):351-357.
  7. Köckerling, F., Sheen, A. J., Berrevoet, F., Campanelli, G., Cuccurullo, D., Fortelny, R., ..., Weyhe, D. & Simons, M. P. (2019). The reality of general surgery training and increased complexity of abdominal wall hernia surgery. Hernia, 23(6), 1081-1091.
  8. Seelig, M., Winkels, R., Wiese, M., Weyhe, D. (2019). Spermatic cord liposarcomas
    incidentally found during hernia surgery: is histology of any lipoma mandatory?: a review of the literature.
    Acta chirurgica Belgica, 120(2019), 2, Seite 79-84.
  9. Weyhe, D., Klinge, U., Uslar, V. N., Tabriz, N., & Kluge, A. (2019). Follow Up Data of MRI-Visible Synthetic Meshes for Reinforcement in Large Hiatal Hernia in Comparison to None-Mesh Repair—A Prospective Cohort Study. Frontiers in surgery, 6, 17.
  10. Weyhe, D., Uslar, V., Kühne, J., & Kluge, A. (2019). Hiatushernie. Der Chirurg, 90(4), 331-348.
  11. Vajsbaher, T., Schultheis, H., Uslar, V. N., Weyhe, D., Bektas, H., & Francis, N. (2019). Exploring the role of visuospatial processes in surgical skill acquisition: A longitudinal study. In CogSci (p. 3595).

Peer Review Konferenzbeiträge

  1. Aumann-Münch, T., Uslar, V., Janssen, S., Sahlmann, B., & Weyhe, D. (2019). Evaluation der operativen Lehre im Rahmen einer randomisiert-kontrollierten Studie aus Sicht der Studierenden. Zeitschrift für Gastroenterologie, 57(09), KV-458.
  2. Muender, T., Reinschluessel, A., Zargham, N., Döring, T., Wenig, D., Malaka, R., ... & Lück, T. (2019). Application Scenarios for 3D-Printed Organ Models for Collaboration in VR & AR. Mensch und Computer 2019-Workshopband.
  3. Reinschluessel, A. V., Muender, T., Uslar, V., Weyhe, D., Schenk, A., & Malaka, R. (2019, May). Tangible organs: introducing 3D printed organ models with VR to interact with medical 3D models. In Extended Abstracts of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 1-6).
  4. Vajsbaher, T., Uslar, V., Schultheis, H., & Weyhe, D. (2019). Paradigmenwechsel in der Ausbildungserwartung in der Viszeralchirurgie. Zeitschrift für Gastroenterologie, 57(09), KV-524.
  5. Weyhe, D., Seipp, A., Uslar, V., Timmer, A., & Otto-Sobotka, F. (2019). Outcome-Analyse mithilfe von Quantilregression bei 1028 Patienten mit kolorektalem Karzinom. Zeitschrift für Gastroenterologie, 57(09), KV-310.

Buchbeiträge

  1. Koch, A., Köckerling, F., Weyhe, D., Conze, J., Schlein, U., & Löber, N. (2019). 4. Leitlinien, Qualitäts-und Fehlermanagement. In Hernienschule (pp. 307-328). De Gruyter.
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