Category Archives: Ortopedics

Orthopaedics: A1 Once Again, Thanks To 3D

Three-dimensional printing techniques are revolutionising orthopaedics. All at once, entirely new pathways are opening up for colleagues in the treatment of complicated cases. Alongside artificial materials, biological materials are taking on a central role. more...

Misdiagnosis in Muscle Diseases

Having cared for both children and adults in six neuromuscular programs or clinics, I am continually amazed at the inaccurate diagnosis far too many patients receive. Several months ago a teenage youth sent me an e-mail saying he had been playing varsity basketball more...

Inadequate Treatment of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Patients

Having cared for many hundreds of boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, it was encouraging to see an article by Nicholas Wade in the New York Times. Three researchers are trying a new technique to insert "the correct gene into damaged cells." more...

Flexikon Write Club

The Flexikon is all about medical knowledge. Get ready for the battle: We show you all the important tips and tricks to win the fight against ignorance! The principle of the Flexikon Write Club is simple: Participate – share your medical knowledge. But there are some more...

Article by Alexandra Schritz

Paracetamol: an oldie repurposed

In recent years, there have been a lot of warnings against the use of paracetamol: the painkiller can cause all sorts of diseases. Recent studies no longer suggest using this old favourite for joint and back pain and instead have set their eye on new applications. more...

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Some of the DocCheck Services are now well known to everyone. But do you really know all of them? Or did you even know, that you can help shape the content actively? It’s quite simple – let’s try it out! more...

Article by Alexandra Schritz

Routine case ended as a new EDS type

A child accused of Malingering in the Ukraine, appeared to have a new type of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome at the end of the diagnostis. more...

Blog entry by Oksana Zhurbij

Paraplegia: Research with backbone

Spinal cord injury often means for those affected a life with severe disability. However quick and effective action can prevent things being worse – and could in the future perhaps even repair the cross sectional nerve tear. more...

Article by Erich Lederer
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Temporo-mandibular headache: a cracking case

Patients with undefined headaches often suffer from a temporo-mandibular dysfunction. If the jaw joint does not function properly, cervicogenic pain can be considerable. Researchers are in dispute over the forms of therapy. According to one study orofacial therapies more...

Article by Dunja Voos

Nurse, print me out another plaster cast!

Researchers agree: Three-dimensional printing technologies are revolutionising orthopaedics. In a few years tailor-made exoskeletons could already be replacing ancient plaster bandaging. In addition, many laboratories are working on bone made-to-measure. more...

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