Brett Hartmann

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AIM The expert committee of the German Ministry for Labour and Social Affairs suggested carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) as an "occupational disease". This systematic literature review and metaanalysis was aimed at identifying associated and risk factors for CTS. Part II addresses the occupational factors of CTS. MATERIAL AND METHOD A systematic literature(More)
OBJECTIVE Poor adherence to complex multimodal therapies is a widely recognized problem in the daily care of dialysis patients, contributing to excess morbidity and mortality of this population. While a few studies have been devoted to understanding patient nonadherence, their results were somewhat controversial. The goals of this review are to quantify(More)
As the proportion of persons in the United States older than 65 years increases, the prevalence of dementia will increase as well. Risk factors for dementia include age, family history of dementia, apolipoprotein E4 genotype, cardiovascular comorbidities, chronic anticholinergic use, and lower educational level. Patient history, physical examination,(More)
AIM The expert committee of the German Ministry for Labour and Social Affairs suggested carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) as an "occupational disease". This systematic literature review and metaanalysis was aimed at identifying associated and risk factors for CTS. Part I addresses the general factors and possible concurrent factors of CTS. These results may be(More)
Individuals involved in sports are at risk for sustaining various injuries. In addition to musculoskeletal complaints, male athletes are at risk of incurring testicular injuries. These issues can range from an acute emergency such as testicular torsion to indolent testicular tumors. In contrast, epididymitis can present in stages. Presentation and(More)
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