Gabriela Petereit-Haack

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BACKGROUND The to date evidence for a dose-response relationship between physical workload and the development of lumbar disc diseases is limited. We therefore investigated the possible etiologic relevance of cumulative occupational lumbar load to lumbar disc diseases in a multi-center case-control study. METHODS In four study regions in Germany(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine the dose-response relationship between cumulative duration of work with highly elevated arms (work above shoulder level) as well as of manual material handling and ruptures of the supraspinatus tendon in a population-based case-control study. METHODS In 14 radiologic practices, we recruited 483 male patients aged 25-65 with(More)
STUDY DESIGN A multicenter, population based, case-control study. OBJECTIVE The aim of the present analysis is to clarify potential differences in the "occupational risk profiles" of structural lumbar disc diseases on the one hand, and low back pain (LBP) on the other hand. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Physical workplace factors seem to play an important(More)
DOI 10.1007/s00132-014-2254-x Online publiziert: 9. Februar 2014 © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2014 O. Linhardt5 · U. Bolm-Audorff1 · A. Bergmann2 · K.G. Hering4 · J. Haerting2 · G. Petereit-Haack1 · A. Seidler6 · T. Vaitl3 · J. Grifka3 1 Abteilung Arbeitsschutz und Sicherheitstechnik, Regierungspräsidium Darmstadt, Wiesbaden 2 Institut für(More)
Die Autoren haben sich entschieden, den Beitrag „Arbeitsspezifische Befunde bei bandscheibenbedingten Erkrankungen der LWS“ (Der Orthopäde 2013, doi:10.1007/s00132-013-2169-y) aufgrund ungeklärter Rechte am geistigen Eigentum zurückzuziehen. The authors have decided to retract their article entitled „Arbeitsspezifische Befunde bei bandscheibenbedingten(More)
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