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Some aspects of morphological research are presented. Large series of overload experiments of the hind limb have clearly shown that changes in one limb always have consequences for the contralateral non-treated limb. Thus, in such experiments the non-operated limb should never be used as a 'normal' control. Investigations of the extraocular muscles of cats have demonstrated a peculiarity. There was neither utrophin immunoreactivity nor positive staining of the acetylcholine receptors with alpha-bungarotoxin. The studies of the erector trunci muscles in more than 300 low-back pain patients have shown that many conservative therapies are comparable in their outcome with respect to efficiency but not with respect to their costs. Selected historic and recent osseous samples showed a suggested microevolutionary increase for most of the spinal dimensions.
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Keywords: EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES; LOW-BACK PAIN; SPINAL MICROEVOLUTION; SURGICAL OVERLOAD

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2004

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  • International Journal for Chemistry and Official Membership Journal of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) and its Divisions

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