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    Low Back Strain or Sprain
    (2018) ABD, O. H. El; AMADERA, J. E. D.
    Low back pain is a prevalent condition associated with work absenteeism, disability, and large health care costs. It is estimated that 50% to 80% of adults experience at least one episode of acute low back pain in their lives. The goals of the clinician evaluating patients with an episode of acute low back pain are to have a working differential diagnosis of the condition and its etiology, to rule out radiculopathy or other serious medical causes, to have a rehabilitation plan that aims to prevent recurrence of this episode, to educate the patient about the pathologic process, and to formulate a management plan if the condition does not improve promptly. Most patients will recover within 2 weeks. The cornerstone for a complete recovery and the prevention of a recurrence of lumbar strain or sprain or the transformation to chronic low back pain is participation in a regular spine stabilization program. Surgical intervention is not indicated in the management of acute low back pain without radiculopathy causing progressive neurologic deficits. However, if symptoms change from axial low back pain to radicular pain, weakness develops in one or both lower extremities, or pain persists, the clinician should promptly order imaging studies. Further management is required as soon as possible to prevent deterioration of the patient’s condition. © 2020 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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    Baker Cyst
    (2018) ROSENBERG, D. C.; AMADERA, J. E. D.
    Baker cyst, the most common cyst in the posterior knee, affects approximately 19% of asymptomatic adults and 6.3% of children. Three factors are key to the formation of Baker cyst: (1) communication between the knee joint and popliteal bursae, (2) one-way valve effect, and (3) unequal pressure between the joint and bursae during varying angles of knee movement. Anatomically, the lack of supporting structures in this area may predispose this region of the popliteal space to cyst formation. Typical symptoms, if present, include swelling, pain, and stiffness exacerbated by activity such as walking. Symptoms are most readily elicited when knee flexion compresses the fluid-filled cyst, although knee extension may also cause tension on the cyst by the extended gastrocnemius-soleus muscles. Intervention is needed only when a Baker cyst is symptomatic. The simplest treatment is to aspirate the fluid, because aspiration collapses the cyst and the symptoms consequently disappear. However, treatment of the cyst alone may not be adequate, and treatment of the underlying joint disease may be necessary. Surgical excision is attempted only after all other methods have failed and the cyst is sufficiently large and remains symptomatic. © 2020 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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    Bone Quality Assessment at the Atomic Scale
    (2020) ROLLO, J. M. D. A.; BOFFA, R. S.; CESAR, R.; ERBERELI, R.; SCHWAB, D. C.; LEIVAS, T. P.
    The assessment of osteoporosis regarding bone mass and microarchitecture “quality” contributes in determining fracture risk. Therefore, the crystalline structure of hydroxyapatite may indicate the quality of trabecular bones through the identification of crystallite sizes, microhardness and microdeformation values and calcium and phosphorous proportions in the three types of bones: normal, osteopenic, and osteoporotic. Nine L1 vertebrae-dried trabecular bones from human cadavers were used. The characterization of the three types of bones was made through scanning electron microscopy, EDS, microhardness, and X-ray diffractometry with the Rietveld refinement method. The results show that the microstructural characterization possibilities the identification of the three types of bones: normal, osteopenic, and osteoporotic, allowing the detection of osteoporosis based on bone quality. © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020.
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    Estimulação cerebral não invasiva na dor neuropática
    (2023) VALIENGO, Leandro; CHAO, Liaw Wen; COURA, Luiz Eduardo Faria
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    Importância do tratamento multimodal e abordagem multidisciplinar na dor neuropática
    (2023) HöHL, Adriano; TSAI, André Wan Wen; SOUZA, Luciano Ricardo Curuci de; PALLADINI, Mariana Camargo
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    Acupuntura na gestante com dor neuropática
    (2023) HöHL, Adriano; SOUZA, Luciano Ricardo Curuci de; MENDES, Mara Valéria Pereira; ZAKKA, Telma Regina Mariotto
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    Tratamento tópico da dor neuropática
    (2023) TSAI, André Wan Wen; KOBAYASHI, Ricardo
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    Acupuntura para dor neuropática em membros superiores
    (2023) PAI, Hong Jin; PAI, Marcus Yu Bin
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    Acupuntura na dor neuropática pélvica
    (2023) HöHL, Adriano; SOUZA, Luciano Ricardo Curuci de; MENDES, Mara Valéria Pereira; ZAKKA, Telma Regina Mariotto
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    Mecanismo de ação da acupuntura
    (2023) TSAI, André Wan Wen; FREITAS, Armando Oscar de; BARBOSA, Eline Rozária Ferreira
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    Acupuntura em dor neuropática
    (2023) TSAI, André Wan Wen; SAMPAIO, Luiz Carlos Souza; PAI, Marcus Yu Bin
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    Infecções de ossos e articulações
    (2021) LIMA, Ana Lúcia Lei Munhoz; UIP, David Everson
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    Exames complementares de imagem em dor
    (2022) PEREIRA, Renata Fernandes Batista; MARTINS, Raul de Omena; RODRIGUES, Marcelo Bordalo
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    Dor em atleta
    (2022) PEDRINELLI, André; LASMAR, Rodrigo Campos Pace; DORILêO, Carlos
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    Apresentação
    (2022) SILVA, Jorge dos Santos
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    Apresentação
    (2023) ALVES, Adriana Sabbatini da Silva; HöHL, Adriano; TSAI, André Wan Wen; BARBOSA, Eline Rozária Ferreira; SOUZA, Luciano Ricardo Curuci de; MAEDA, Lucilene Hiroko; PALLADINI, Mariana Camargo
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    Dietoterapia chinesa na síndrome pós-COVID-19
    (2022) UEDA, Marlene Yoko Hirano; HöHL, Adriano
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    Fisioterapia chinesa na COVID-19
    (2022) BRANQUINHO, Tazue Hara