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R Tanner, M Mueller, H Ostermann
Symptomatic involutional osteoporosis is a significant clinical problem. The prevalence of radiographic vertebral compression fractures (VCF) reached 26% in a rigorous population study of men and women more than 50 years old.1 However, only an estimated 8% of the total affected population actually seek medical attention.2-4 Investigations of effective medical therapy have been extensive, while sound studies of the physical therapeutic measures have been relatively few.5-10Pain and loss of functional mobility result from this disorder...
January 1, 1993: Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
Sea Rogers Williams, Sophie Dennison, Bridget Dunnigan, Brian Moore, Joanne Nicholson, Kathy Zagzebski, Darlene Ketten, Scott Cramer, Julie Arruda
A loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) was suspected of ingesting rubber suction cups during rehabilitation following a cold-stun event. Survey radiographs were inconclusive. Computed tomography (CT) was performed to determine whether the objects had been ingested after traditional radiographs failed to resolve the material. The items were identified, and a partial obstruction was diagnosed. The case was managed with medical therapy using white petrolatum and light mineral oil administered to the turtle in fish for 3 wk...
June 2013: Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine: Official Publication of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians
Beckie Kelly Schuerenberg
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
August 2007: Health Data Management
H Siebens
BACKGROUND: In the health care system in the United States, the management of chronic health conditions and their functional consequences challenge and frustrate patients, caregivers/families, health care providers, and physicians. Contributing factors include a lack of physician and health care provider training and a health system that emphasizes diagnosis and management of acute illnesses. A broader patient care model is required for patients with chronic disease(s). USING THE DOMAIN MANAGEMENT MODEL (DMM) TO CLASSIFY PATIENTS' CLINICAL PROBLEMS: The DMM is a synthesis of approaches used in internal medicine, geriatric medicine, and physical medicine and rehabilitation...
June 2001: Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement
A Johnson
'Timing' of treatment in breast cancer may refer to intervals within a single management or between different managements. Rates of shrinkage of breast cancers in response to treatment are related to histological grade and may be used as surrogates for growth rates. Histological grade should predict appropriate timing of treatment. Four cases of locally advanced breast cancer that illustrate a number of different types of interval are presented. Two tumours of differing histological grade (II and III) had been managed by historical 'split-course' radiotherapy and two similar grade III tumours were managed by primary medical treatment, followed at different intervals by radiotherapy...
April 2000: Breast Cancer Research and Treatment
L Grillo, D Grillo
At the Sexual Dysfunction Clinic at Keesler USAF Medical Center, 17 women complaining of dyspareunia with painful hymen and demonstrable vaginismus were managed by surgical removal of hymenal remnants followed by directive sexual therapy and progressive vaginal dilatation. All patients were pain free within 8 weeks of the surgical procedures. It is believed that a combined approach is best to break the cycle of pain, fear, vaginismus, and more pain that these women have established.
October 1980: Obstetrics and Gynecology
K Hawton
Personnel from a variety of professional backgrounds meeting in a weekly group have been trained to carry out effective treatment of patients with psychosexual problems. The skills necessary in this type of work and the training method are described. Assessment of outcome for forty consecutive couples treated by trainees revealed significant improvement in 70%. The advantages and disadvantages of this type of training are discussed.
May 1980: Medical Education
A W Schmitt
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
June 1976: Journal of Reproductive Medicine
J L Preel, C Eugene, M Mignon, A Weissman, J P Hardouin, C Debray
Medical management of Crohn's disease is above all symptomatic. According to the severeness of the case, treatment varies and may be simple (regimen, antidiarrheic agents and sulfamid drugs) or more sophisticated (continous parenteral alimentation). Sulfamids and antibiotics have a definite although temporary action. Pathogenic medication includes: 1) steroid therapy who is active, but its effects are not long stand; 2) immunosuppressors who allow for the reduction of steroid therapy dosages; 3) immunostimulants as proposed by Geffroy...
March 18, 1979: La Semaine des Hôpitaux: Organe Fondé Par L'Association D'enseignement Médical des Hôpitaux de Paris
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