Magdalena Gutknecht

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BACKGROUND Movement control impairment is a clinical subgroup of non-specific low back pain which can be assessed reliably. There is a strong correlation between tactile acuity and movement control suggesting these two treatments might have additive effects. The first research aim was to determine if patients with a motor control impairment demonstrated(More)
The infiltrative growth behaviour of squamous cell of the skin carcinomas is characterized by subclinical outgrowths, very frequently extending horizontally and sometimes over long distances. They are presented in the form of a negative exponential function. These outgrowths have an irregular pattern. It is much more extensive in the case of tumours with a(More)
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