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The Addition of Manual Lymph Drainage to Compression Therapy For Breast Cancer Related Lymphedema: a Randomized Controlled Trial
It is suggested that CB on its own should be considered as a primary treatment option in reducing arm lymphedema volume, as well as manual lymph drainage massage in combination with multi-layered compression bandaging. Expand
Dynamic Upper Limb Proprioception in Multidirectional Shoulder Instability
After movement initiation, dynamic proprioception was a factor in improving hand position accuracy in both groups, but to a lesser degree in subjects with multidirectional instability. Expand
The effects of melatonin therapy on the development of scoliosis after pinealectomy in the chicken.
It was determined that neither the prevalence nor the pattern of the scoliosis was affected by the therapy in any of the experimental groups, and it was thus concluded that melatonin therapy after pinealectomy in young chickens has no effect on the development or progression ofScoliosis. Expand
A radiographic study of the longitudinal growth of primary ossification centers in limb long bones of the human fetus
This paper describes an extensive study of the growth of ossification centers in limb long bones of the human fetus from 8 to 26 weeks of conceptual age. Longitudinal measurements were made of theExpand
Physiological adaptations to concurrent endurance training and low velocity resistance training.
Knee extension peak torque and total work as well as cross-sectional area of quadriceps femoris were significantly increased after 6 and 9 weeks of training in both groups and no significant differences in strength gains were observed. Expand
A radiographic study of variations of the human fetal spine
Variations of the vertebral column were considered to be those deviations from the norm which were still compatible with normal life and not pathological and seen radiographically in a group of normal human fetuses. Expand
[Molecular and genetic aspects of idiopathic scoliosis. Blood test for idiopathic scoliosis].
It is demonstrated that such a defect of signal transduction is caused by chemical alterations, which inactivate the function of the inhibitory G protein-coupled melatonin receptors, which has led to the development of the first blood test to detect children without symptoms who are at risk of developing scoliosis. Expand
The contribution made by a single somite to the vertebral column: experimental evidence in support of resegmentation using the chick-quail chimaera model.
Results give support to the controversial theory of resegmentation, in which it was suggested that there is an apparent realignment of segmentation between the somite stage and the subsequent vertebral stage of development. Expand
Atypical shoulder muscle activation in multidirectional instability
The results suggest that dysfunctional neuromuscular control of the rotator cuff is also a contributing factor to the pathoetiology of MDI. Expand
A radiographic study of the human fetal spine. 1. The development of the secondary cervical curvature.
The present study has shown that the secondary curvature in the cervical spine of the human fetus develops at a much earlier age than has been thought. It may, in fact, develop soon after the embryoExpand