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Inflamatory myopathies

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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/19205358/-types-of-diagnosis-in-the-outpatient-practice-during-the-years-2006-2007
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Bogusława Zelwiańska, Grazyna Gucwa-Piotrowska, Anna Lis-Hille, Stawomir Kroczka
INTRODUCTION: In recent years significant increase of children reffered to neurological consultations has been observed. Also structure of diagnosis has changed fundamentally. AIM: The aim of the study was to reveal differentiated structure of diagnosis in children reffered to neurology outpatient clinics during 2 years of their work. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Analysis included medical documentation of 18127 children aged 1-18 years, patients of Neurology Outpatient Clinic, Headache Outpatient Clinic and Neuromuscular Diseases Outpatient Clinic...
2008: Przegla̧d Lekarski
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/18415608/-diagnostic-considerations-in-muscle-pain
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W Müller-Felber, D Pongratz
Although the greatest part of the human body is composed of muscle, diseases of the muscle, such as muscular dystrophies and inflamatory or metabolic myopathies, occur invery few patients. On the other hand, myalgia is one of the most common symptoms in routine clinical medicine. This is problematic, because muscular pain can be caused by many different physical and psychiatric diseases. In order to avoid unecessary and expensive laboratory tests a careful examination of clinical symptoms and signs is necessary...
September 1992: Der Schmerz
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