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The Chemokine CX3CL1 (Fractalkine) and its Receptor CX3CR1: Occurrence and Potential Role in Osteoarthritis
Current knowledge about CX3CL1/CX3CR1 in OA is summarized and possible interactions with a potential for therapeutic targeting are indicated.
Intraarticular fractures of calcaneus - current concepts of treatment.
This work presented the problem of intraarticular calcaneal fractures with particular consideration paid to methods of its treatment as well as methods of their prevention.
Dry needling as a method of tendinopathy treatment.
This review of English-language literature aims to present this noteworthy method of tendino- and enthesopathy treatment by describing the results of several trials, hypotheses explaining the underlying mechanism and the application of dry needling in other fields of medicine.
Potential value of contrast-enhanced gray-scale ultrasonography in diagnosis of acute muscle injury--preliminary results.
Preliminary results indicate that gray-scale contrast-enhanced US of muscle can be helpful in the assessment of the extent of muscular trauma in dubious cases during the early post-injury period.
Current Uses of Ultrasound Imaging in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation.
RUSI is a novel method with a high clinical potential to support physiotherapeutic therapies and shows good efficacy in lower back pain treatment.
Modeling and simulation of physical performance of a External Unilateral Mechatronic Orthopaedic Fixator - Bone system
The results show that stresses in the external fixator device are highest at the beginning of the fracture healing process, and are gradually decreasing with the time of the treatment, as well as in the simulation of the finite element model and the optimized mesh generation.
Genetic Predisposition for Osteoporosis and Fractures in Postmenopausal Women.
The main finding was that of significant differences in the polymorphisms of the WNT16 rs2908004 genetic variant, notably, the less frequent presence of TC allele in women with a greater risk of osteoporotic fractures.
[Post-traumatic lymphatic and venous drainage changes in persistent edema of lower extremities].
The obtained results indicate that the pathophysiology of chronic postraumatic edema is linked with an inflammatory and restorative reaction at the fracture site, and only in a limited number of cases deep vein thrombosis and damaged lymphatic vessels are responsible for postraventions.
[New concepts of monitoring and assessment of bone union stiffness in fractures treated by Dynastab DK external fixation].
This paper focuses on heuristic techniques based on artificial intelligence namely artificial non-linear and multilayer neurons employed for assessment of bone union in fractures treated by Dynastab