Benkhadra, M; Faust, A; Ladoire, S; Trost, O; Trouilloud, P; Girard, C; Anderhuber, F; Feigl, G
Comparison of fresh and Thiel's embalmed cadavers according to the suitability for ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia of the cervical region. Surg Radiol Anat. 2009; 31(7): 531-535
Benkhadra, M; Bouchot, A; Gérard, J; Genelot, D; Trouilloud, P; Martin, L; Girard, C; Danino, A; Anderhuber, F; Feigl, G
Flexibility of Thiel's embalmed cadavers: the explanation is probably in the muscles. Surg Radiol Anat. 2011; 33(4): 365-368.
Anderhuber, F.: Thiel´s embalming procedure - the cutting edge for Clinical Anatomy
Abstractband des EACA-Kongresses 2013. 2013; -European Joint Congress of Clinical Anatomy 2013 XII Congress of the European Association of Clinical Anatomy (EACA); JUN 26-29, 2013; Lissabon, Portugal. [Keynote lecture]
Abstract: Thiel´s Embalming Procedure – the cutting edge for Clinical Anatomy With the commonly formalin preserved cadavers surgical procedures and trainings for new surgical methods are not adequate. Today operations on fresh frozen cadavers and soft embalmed cadavers are available. Fresh frozen cadavers have the disadvantage that procedures must be carried out quickly and special hygienic facilities are required. Soft preserved cadavers are sterile and there is no putrefication. Therefore they can be worked on much longer without any concerns. One of the best soft preserving methods is the Thiel method. The method was developed in Graz and is in use now for more than 20 years. Initial deficits of the method have been eliminated and it has been simplified. The Thiel method is now being adapted to the respective surgical requirements.