Suzanne Albrecht

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Basing on electrophysiological data measured by us we studied the course of the radial nerve or its motoric branches with regard to anatomically conditioned bony contractions and their possible significance for pain experienced at the radial epicondyle of humerus, the pain being known under several synonymous designations. To differentiate between the(More)
The application of crushed ice or hydrogenated silicate, a micro-crystalline substitute has been used as a method to treat posttraumatic and postoperative irritations of the locomotor system for a long time. Closed systems using pumps can be viewed as further development as they enable continuous, water-free cooling of operating areas. The analgetic effect(More)
Transient or persistent alterations in the L5 lumbar nerve root have been described as a complication after the reduction of spondylolistheses. In a retrospective analysis of our own patients, we observed a higher incidence of transient motor and sensomotor deficits after single-sitting anatomic correction of Mayerding grade IV anterolistheses and(More)
The application of molecular biology to the study of human malignancies has led to tremendous gains in our understanding of their pathogenesis. Although their practical applications are still somewhat limited at this point, the use of molecular diagnostic tools is likely to grow at a very rapid rate as newer and more accurate prognostic markers are(More)
A number of authors assumed a compression syndrome of the radial nerve or its branches to be responsible for the heterogenous classified picture of radiohumeral epicondylopathy. Various structural and functional stenoses have been discussed as possible causes. We performed electromyographies on the extensor muscles, subdividing from the radial epicondyle(More)
Es handelt sich um einen weiteren Beitrag zur Problematik der Erkennung einer Inlayluxation bei zementfreien Hüftendoprothesen. Das Anschlagen des Keramikkopfs an den Metallpfannenrand bei Inlayluxation wird mit Hilfe eines CTG-Schreibers als akustisches Phänomen dokumentiert. Weiterhin werden Vorschläge zur Vermeidung von späteren Inlayluxationen durch(More)
Several authors believe that a compression syndrome of the radial nerve or its muscle branches is responsible for the clinical picture of radiohumeral epicondylopathy. Various structural and functional stenoses have been discussed as possible causes. We performed systematic electromyographies (EMGs) on the extensors subdividing from the radial epicondyle(More)