Kerstin Mahlstedt

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Cervicogenic vertigo is caused by functional disorders of the craniovertebral joints. Improvement of vertigonous symptoms by chiropractic treatment was often described. The therapeutic effect of chiropractic treatment in 28 patients with vertigo and purely functional disorders of the upper cervical spine or with a combination of functional disorders of the(More)
The optical properties of human laryngeal tissue have been examined over the whole wavelength range from 400 to 2,200 nm to facilitate the development of new laser applications. Tissue samples were taken from healthy vocal fold and from vocal fold of patients with papillomatosis and with chronic, nonspecific laryngitis. The transmission and scattering(More)
Sphingomyelins were characterized using a combination of a novel isocratic reversed-phase HPLC method with electrospray time-of-flight mass spectrometric detection and optional online MS/MS. The constitution of the sphingomyelins is determined by MS/MS experiments. Baseline separation of 17 compounds of a bovine brain extract (2 main compounds and 15 minor(More)
Under the influence of an external electrical field, every biological tissue displays characteristic parelectric properties that can be recorded by radiofrequency spectroscopy in a noninvasive contact mode. Parelectric spectroscopy was investigated for its utility as a complementary noninvasive diagnostic procedure in examinations of the larynx, in(More)
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