• Publications
  • Influence
Hyperlordosis as a possible factor in the development of spinal cord infarction.
A patient developed persistent symptoms and signs suggestive of partial spinal cord infarction after an operation involving the use of the hyperlordotic position, where this position is adopted for a prolonged surgical procedure. Expand
Positioning device for an adjusting means, in particular a shoe
The invention relates to a positioning device (1) for releasably securing at least one position of a relative, approximately linearly, to one with a structure (45), z. As a shoe fixed to theExpand
Pregabalin ( Lyrica ) : A New Treatment Option for Neuropathic Pain and Partial Seizures
INTRODUCTION Pregabalin (L yrica, Parke-Davis/ Pfizer) has been approved by the FDA for the management of neuropathic pain associated with diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) and post-herpeticExpand
Sport shoe with an outer shell of plastic formgespritztem
The invention relates to a sports shoe (1) with an outer shell (2) made formgespritztem plastic, comprising a Vorderfusschale (4) for receiving the forefoot and a subsequent shoe collar (5) forExpand
How balanced is the knee when we start a total knee replacement?
The corrected, neutral (“pre-disease”) HKAA of end stage osteoarthritic knees prior to TKA was defined and from this point measure the medial and lateral laxity of varus and valgus knees in maximum extension, 20 and 90° of flexion before TKA. Expand
A sports shoe, particularly a ski boot with a clamping means.
The invention relates to a sports shoe (1) comprising a hull (2) Outdoor based plastic injected molded, which comprises a shell forefoot (4) and a boot sleeve (5) adjacent thereto. In the shell (2)Expand
An indirect approach for closing the space between a pontic and the alveolar ridge on an existing prosthesis.
This article describes an alternative method for closing the area between a pontic and the alveolar ridge by resin-bonding an onlay to the intaglio surface of the pontic. Expand