Hannes Gruber

Helga Fritsch2
Klaus Galiano2
Alois Albert Obwegeser2
Gerd Bodner2
2Helga Fritsch
2Klaus Galiano
2Alois Albert Obwegeser
2Gerd Bodner
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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The objective of this study was to show the efficacy of ultrasound in facilitating the performance of a simulated cervical periradicular injection in cadavers. METHODS A total of 40 ultrasound-guided examinations at 4 levels (C3 to C7) were performed on 4 embalmed cadavers. The cervical spinal nerves were located with ultrasound.(More)
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a common site of complaint. Clicking sounds and pain are indicators of a frequent condition called internal derangement, most often affecting females. As a general term, internal derangement describes a structural abnormality within an articulation. The internal derangement of the TMJ is a specific term defined as an(More)
In most individuals, plantar to the first metatarsal head, a more or less well developed crest separates the two furrows for the medial and the lateral sesamoid bones. In some instances, the absence of this crest has been observed in a previous study. This observation may be related to a pathological and/or an ontogenetic development. For the present(More)
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