H P Simmen

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OBJECTIVE Little is known about the effects of reduced sensory input and motor output in the human brain. Therefore, we conducted a longitudinal study to investigate whether limb immobilization after unilateral arm injury is reflected in structural plastic changes in gray matter (cortical thickness) and white matter (fractional anisotropy [FA]). METHODS(More)
Fractures can occur during violent muscular violence such as occur in the course of epileptic seizures, though this is rare (0.3%). The proximal part of the humerus is most frequently affected. The typical lesion is bilateral posterior dislocation or fracture-dislocation. We present a rare case of bilateral anterior fracture-dislocation of the shoulder(More)
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