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Comparison of two occlusive bandages in the treatment of venous leg ulcers
  • G. Eriksson
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of dermatology
  • 1 February 1986
A randomized controlled study was performed in 34 patients with venous leg ulcers. No difference was found in the healing rate between a new hydrocolloid dressing plus compression, and a double layerExpand
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Arithmetical thinking in children attending special schools for the intellectually disabled
Abstract This article focuses on spontaneous and progressive knowledge building in “the arithmetic of the child.” The aim is to investigate variations in the behavior patterns of eight pupilsExpand
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Supervision of Teachers Based on Adjusted Arithmetic Learning in Special Education.
Abstract This article reports on 20 children's learning in arithmetic after teaching was adjusted to their conceptual development. The report covers periods from three months up to three terms in anExpand
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Evaluation of leg ulcer treatment with stereophotogrammetry
This report describes stereophotogrammetric measurements of leg ulcers. A basic technical description of the method and its application in a pilot study are presented. The clinical evaluation of theExpand
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Summary.— Successful results are reported with hyperbaric oxygen treatment of 6 dermatological cases in which previous methods of therapy have been unsatisfactory. In one case of advanced generalizedExpand
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Topical prostaglandin E2 in the treatment of chronic leg ulcers—a pilot study
The results of treatment with topical PGE2 dispersed in hydrocolloid granules, in nine patients with chronic leg ulcers is reported. The healing process was evaluated by stereophotogrammetry, whichExpand
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Local treatment of venous leg ulcers.
  • G. Eriksson
  • Medicine
  • Acta chirurgica Scandinavica. Supplementum
  • 1988
At present the following guidelines for treatment of venous leg ulcers from our department are: Check the patients' general health--special attention to heart incompensation with oedema of the legsExpand
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Frequency of N. gonorrhoeae, T. vaginalis, and C. albicans in female venereological patients. A one-year study.
The frequency of Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Trichomonas vaginalis, and Candida albicans has been studied over a period of one year in women attending a venereal diseases clinic. A total of 1,347 womenExpand
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Neisseria gonorrhoeae identified by the direct fluorescent antibody technique in male contacts.
A high frequency of increased resistance of N. gonorrhoeae to antibiotics has been reported from several countries (Willcox, 1970). This is not the case in Sweden, but the number of asymptomaticExpand
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