Erkki J. Valtonen

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  • E J Valtonen
  • Scandinavian journal of rheumatology. Supplement
  • 1981
42 patients with osteoarthrosis with inflammation were included in the study. After randomization and with single-blind technique, they were given intra-articularly in the knee joint either 20 mg of triamcinolonehexacetonide (TH) or 6 mg of the combination betamethasone acetate and betamethasone disodiumphosphate (BM). The patients were studied up to six(More)
A questionnaire which allowed anonymous answering and which also included many other questions besides those dealing with sexual life was sent to 302 patients suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS). Sexual life had changed for 91% of males and 72% of females. About half of the patients replied that their sexual life was unsatisfactory or had ceased(More)
  • E J Valtonen
  • Scandinavian journal of rheumatology. Supplement
  • 1976
This statistical report describes a clinical trial on 60 patients with supraspinal tendinitis for the comparison of triamcinolone hexacetonide (in a 20 mg/cc suspension in 1 cc ampoules) with methylprednisolone acetate (in a 40 mg/cc suspension in 1 cc ampoules). The objective of the study was to determine the therapeutic activity, including onset and(More)
A double-blind trial was carried out to study the effect of roentgen radiation treatment in 104 patients presenting 127 painful disorders of the joints and muscles. 64 disorders received genuine treatment and 63 had sham treatment. Improvement occurred in 59% of the genuinely treated group and in 65% of the placebo group. The results were about the same 2(More)
Sixty hospital out-patients between 18 and 67 years of age entered this double-blind parallel study set up to compare ibuprofen 1200 mg daily with indomethacin 75 mg daily. Both groups of patients received one capsule three times daily. Ten patients withdrew from the trial because of side effects and a further 3 were excluded--one because of an incorrect(More)