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Osteopathy in internal diseases
Guanabens, N. (1989), Med Clin (Barc) 92(7): 254-7.

Osteopathy in long-term dialysis. Diagnostic parameters and pathogenetic factors
Ritz, E., N. Krempien, et al. (1972), Verh Dtsch Ges Inn Med 78: 1456-9.

Osteopathy in long-term dialysis. II. Radiological skeletal changes
Ritz, E., B. Krempien, et al. (1971), Verh Dtsch Ges Inn Med 77: 247-9.

Osteopathy in long-term hemodialysis (morphometric, physical-chemical and electron microscopic studies
Delling, G., C. Azimi, et al. (1974), Verh Dtsch Ges Rheumatol 3(0): 176-7.

Osteopathy in maintenance hemodialysis (author's transl)
Krempien, B., E. Ritz, et al. (1972), Verh Dtsch Ges Pathol 56: 439-42.

Osteopathy in malabsorption syndromes
Kotova, S. M., V. Z. Alesov, et al. (1989), Klin Med (Mosk) 67(10): 74-8.
Abstract: Electrolytic imbalance is a frequent finding in malabsorption syndrome. Derangement of calcium metabolism present clinically in different variants is most serious. Some patients develop hypocalcemia manifesting clinically with specific myasthenia, paresthesias, convulsions, hemorrhages, etc. In other variants severe skeletal lesions are seen which may become dominating in the clinical picture though hypocalcemia was absent. Investigation of calcium metabolism, hormonal profile (parathormone, in particular) in malabsorption syndrome can prognosticate and prevent the onset of osteomalacia.

Osteopathy in neonatology
Colli, R., I. Biagiotti, et al. (2003), Pediatr Med Chir 25(2): 101-5.
Abstract: Osteopathy offers a variety of non invasive healing treatments for birth trauma and pediatric problems and it is a choice in Neonatology. It is the osteopaths' highly developed sense of touch that allows the physician to palpate (feel) the patient living anatomy. The osteopathic's job is to set the body up to heal itself, to restore this normal function. The osteopath gently applies a precise amount of force to promote movement of body fluids, eliminate dysfunction in the motion of the tissues and release compressed bones and joints. We report a study to determine the safety and efficacy of osteopathic treatments. The gentle nature of this treatment makes it particularly effective for babies. It can be used to reduce distress and trauma in babies delivered by forceps or after a protracted and difficult delivery (whose prolonged crying may be misdiagnosed as colic), and can be used to treat infants who become hyperactive. Among 4558 babies observed between 1999 and 2001 in our Neonatology Unit, 488 cases were observed by an osteopath and 155 cases have been selected for osteopathic treatment. The outcome measure was symptom relief. There were no adverse effects.

Osteopathy in tennis elbow?
Ernst, E. (2004), MMW Fortschr Med 146(35-36): 24.

Osteopathy in the premature infant (proceedings)
Coppi, M. and E. Moretti (1978), Radiol Med (Torino) 64(7-8): 911-2.

Osteopathy in the service of the dental art
Glaenzer, P. (1984), Chir Dent Fr 54(272): 45-7.

Osteopathy of renal tubular origin in children & its treatment.
Swoboda, W. (1959), Wien Klin Wochenschr 71(16): 273-7.

Osteopathy through anticonvulsants: pathogenesis, clinic and therapy (author's transl)
Sonnenberg, A. and G. E. Sonnenberg (1978), Fortschr Neurol Psychiatr Grenzgeb 46(5): 248-59.

Osteopathy treatment
Mach, J. (1997), Dtsch Med Wochenschr 122(43): 1332-3.

Osteopathy, arthropathy and myopathy of pregnancy.
Duverges, C. A., Jr. (1960), Sem Med 116: 943-53.

Osteopathy, Chiropractic And Manipulative Medicine.
Oger, J. (1963), Scalpel (Brux) 116: 1121-30.

Thierry-Mieg, J. (1951), Vie Med 32(3): 85-9.

Beck, M. (1993), Dtsch Krankenpflegez 46(3): 173-6.

Osteopenia as a late complication of renal osteopathy--incidence, course and therapeutic methods
Delling, G., A. Schulz, et al. (1976), Verh Dtsch Ges Inn Med 82 Pt 2: 1549-51.

Osteoporotic-osteomalacial osteopathy in two sisters.
Hellbrugge, T. (1954), Monatsschr Kinderheilkd 102(2): 171-3.

Paraplegia caused by the manoeuvres of an osteopath.
Lievre, J. A. (1953), Rev Rhum Mal Osteoartic 20(10): 707.

Parathyroid osteopathy
Bisso Zollner, A. (1965), Rev Soc Peru Endocrinol 2(2): 52-7.

Pathogenesis of diabetic osteopathy
Balabolkin, M. I., E. R. Khasanova, et al. (1988), Klin Med (Mosk) 66(3): 86-8.

Pathogenesis of osteopathy caused by anticonvulsives (author's transl)
Berger, G., G. Korth, et al. (1976), Padiatr Padol 11(3): 528-38.
Abstract: After a short survey of the recent suggestions of the pathogenesis of osteopathy caused by therapy with anticonvulsives it is demonstrated in the light of 3 case reports that 1. A vitamin D-sensible rickets, which is only due to abnormal living conditions, can develop in severely cerebral-damaged persons if there is no specific vitamin D administration. 2. An "antiepileptic rickets" is spontaneously reversible if the anticonvulsive therapy is stopped. 3. An enzymatic induction due to anticonvulsives is also detectable in the light of morphologic hepatic changes (biopsy, electron microscopy). Hence it follows that there are demands for a specific control of all patients treated with anticonvulsives. It is recommended to carry out a rickets prevention for a selected patient group.

Pathogenesis of osteopathy in chronic renal insufficiency
Vel'tishchev Iu, E. (1974), Pediatriia(2): 66-70.

Pathogenesis of post-transplantation osteopathy
Hofbauer, L. C. and A. E. Heufelder (1996), Wien Med Wochenschr 146(12): 253-7.
Abstract: Osteoporosis following allogenic organ transplantation represents an increasingly common medical and socioeconomic problem. Contributing factors include hospitalization, long-term immobilization, and usage of immunosuppressive drugs (glucocorticoids, cyclosporine A) in patients who undergo transplantation. In addition, complications of underlying diseases and adverse effects of drugs used in their management such as glucocorticoids, laxatives, loop diuretics, and heparin may promote the development of posttransplant osteoporosis. Consideration of individual risk factors involved in the pathogenesis of posttransplant osteoporosis is mandatory for appropriate prevention and treatment.

Pathogenesis, etiology and treatment of renal osteopathy
Raszeja-Wanic, B. and M. Kontek (1972), Pol Tyg Lek 27(37): 1457-9.

Pathogenic aspects and critical study of six cases of Paget's osteopathy.
Bussolati, C. and A. Doria (1959), Presse Med 67(8): 293-5.

Pathology of osteopathy following heparin therapy
Schuster, J., W. Meier-Ruge, et al. (1969), Dtsch Med Wochenschr 94(45): 2334-8.

Paw necrosis (neurotrophic, hereditary osteopathy), A new disease in young pointers
Sova, Z. (1974), Tierarztl Prax 2(2): 225-30.

Periostal hypertrophic osteopathy of bones (long bones) in colitis ulcerosa in adolescents (author's transl)
Bargon, G. and I. Arlart (1982), Rontgenblatter 35(3): 112-5.
Abstract: The article reports on a 14-year old girl with periostal new formation of bones at the long bones of the lower arms, the femora and the lower legs the individual phalanges and metacarpalia after colitis ulcerosa which had lasted for several years and had progressed stagewise. After a clinically recorded new attack the periostal new formations of bone progressed. Some time after the last attack of colitis the periostal changes in the bones partially receded. The article discusses the hypothetic explanations aiming at interpreting the pathogenesis of hypertrophic osteoarthropathies and periostoses, as given in the literature.

Physiopathological problems of osteopathy in long term hemodialysis
Ritz, E., K. Andrassy, et al. (1973), Med Welt 24(14): 517-22.

Physiopathology and therapy of senile osteopathy.
Lichtwitz, A., S. De Seze, et al. (1959), Sem Hop 35(32-33): 2247-54.

Pluriglandular adenomatosis in cases of renal osteopathy.
Rutishauser, E. and C. Rouiller (1951), J Urol Medicale Chir 57(5): 304-10.

Post-traumatic gastric ulcers; cure by osteopathy.
Lavezzari (1951), Homeopath Fr 27(2): 90-3.

Post-Traumatic Localized Fibrous Osteopathy Of The Tibia (Post-Traumatic Localized Pagetoid Change Ja Li'evre).
Delahaye, R. P., A. Weber, et al. (1965), J Radiol Electrol Med Nucl 46: 1-10.

Postvariolar osteopathy.
Politzer, G. (1952), Wien Med Wochenschr 102(1): 18-9.

Preclinical diagnosis of metabolic osteopathy in feedlot bulls
Doubek, J., J. Illek, et al. (1994), Vet Med (Praha) 39(5): 231-43.
Abstract: Diagnostic significance of some clinico-biochemical parameters was investigated in 221 fattened bulls. An evaluation of the results has shown that the determination of concentrations of calcium, inorganic phosphorus and alkaline phosphatase activity in blood plasma was not of essential importance for diagnostics. The values of these parameters were within the reference range (Tab. I). The parameters determined by chemical analyses of bioptates from the tuber coxae of the fattened bulls with various forms of alimentary osteopathy showed characteristics, statistically significant differences in comparison with the control animals (Tabs. II, III, IV). In the bulls of group B/1 (clinically healthy, phosphorus deficit in the feed ration, acidogenic nutrition in part of the animals, lowered performance, occurrence of clinical cases of osteopathy in fattening facilities), a significant decrease in the values of ash per 1 g fat-free dry matter and per 1 cm3 spongy substance of the t. coxae and a significantly wider index Ca/P were determined. In the bulls of group B/2 (clinically healthy, deficit of phosphorus, calcium, proteins and energy in the feed ration, decreased performance, occurrence of clinical osteopathy), a significant decrease of ash per 1 g fat-free dry matter and per 1 cm3 of spongy substance of the t. coxae was determined, the Ca/P index was significantly narrower. In the bulls of group C/1 (bulls with clinical symptoms of skeleton disorder, phosphorus deficit in the feed ration, acidogenic nutrition in part of the animals), a significant decrease of ash per 1 g far-free dry matter and per 1 cm3 spongy substance of the t. coxae was found out, the Ca/P index was wider.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)

Preliminary study on metabolic osteopathy from prolonged use of antiepileptic drugs
Song, F. S. (1986), Zhonghua Shen Jing Jing Shen Ke Za Zhi 19(4): 214-6.

Presentation of the 3-dimensional spongiosa structure of the spine in renal osteopathy after chronic hemodialysis
Delling, G. and M. Amling (1994), Pathologe 15(1): 15-21.
Abstract: Characteristic skeletal changes occur in patients with chronic renal insufficiency. The aim of this study was comprehensively to record bone volume changes in the spine, from C2 to L5, after a long history of hemodialysis. The spinal columns of nine autopsy cases who had undergone 4 to 15 years of dialysis were thoroughly examined. The age-related control group consisted of 26 autopsy cases with intact skeletons. A iliac crest biopsy facilitated a direct comparison of the diagnostic biopsy location and the spinal column. A newly developed preparation technique enables a combined two- and three-dimensional analysis to be made, so that in addition to the histologic image, the directly underlying three-dimensional structure can be analyzed. The spine deformity index (SDI), the bone volume (BV/TV), and the trabecular interconnection (TBPf) was quantitatively evaluated. The SDI shows vertebral fractures in renal osteodystrophy (ROD) types I and II in spite of a trabecular bone volume within normal limits. The trabecular bone volume shows a distribution throughout the spinal column familiar from the skeletally intact control group. The plateau-like curve line, decreasing from the cervical spine to the lumbar spine is, however, 5% lower in ROD. BV/TV values of 51.2% and 74.1% in the 2nd lumbar vertebra are clearly lower than in the corresponding iliac crest biopsy. Cases with a longer history of hemodialysis show higher BV/TV values irrespective of age and sex. Normal BV/TV does not mean physiological linking. Three-dimensional analysis in ROD shows, in comparison to the controls, a much stronger restructuring of the architecture than can be assumed from the two-dimensional histological sections.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)

Problem of osteopathy in leukemia.
Mikulowski, W. (1956), Pol Tyg Lek (Wars) 11(30): 1328-31.

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