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Kinesiotaping reduces knee diameter but has no effect on differences pain and edema following knee artroscopy
(Galen S.R.O., 2018)
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY Investigating the efficacy of kinesiotaping for the reduction of postoperative pain and swelling after invasive knee arthroscopy, which tend to develop in almost every patient undergoing this procedure. ...
Letter to the editor regarding the cover editorial: "Sanizade Mehmed Ataullah Efendi (1771? - 1826), who is the author of the first modern anatomy book Mir'atu'l-Ebdan fi Terihi azau'l-nsan in the Ottoman Empire"
I have read the manuscript titled BŞânîzâde Mehmed Atâullah Efendi (1771? – 1826), who is the author of the first modern anatomy book Mir’âtü’l-Ebdân fî Teşrîhi Âzâü’lİnsân in the Ottoman Empire^ which was recently published ...
The effects of exercise on pain and depression in mothers of disabled children who suffer from back pain
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2019)
Background:The rate of back pain prevalence and its subsequent nega-tive psychological effects is quite high in mothers of disabled children.Family caregivers of children with a disability demonstrate higher degreesof ...
Preliminary findings on the role of high-frequency (5Hz) rTMS stimulation on M1 and pre-SMA regions in Parkinson's disease
(Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2020)
It has been already shown that the motor symptoms of the Parkinson's Disease (PD) have been improved with high frequency rTMS although there is no consensus on the most suitable target brain localization for a maximal ...