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Labordiagnostik der juvenilen chronischen Arthritis

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Part of the Praktische Orthopädie book series (PRAKORTHO, volume 40)

Zusammenfassung

Die chronische Arthritis verursacht Bewegungseinschräund Gelenkfehlstellungen. Ihre Entstehung wird häufig ausschließ aus der Sicht der Bio-und Pathomechanik beurteilt. Nach unserer Überzeugung stehen neurophysiologische Vorgänge im Vordergrund. Die entscheidende Rolle spielt dabei der Schmerz. Da Kinder mit chronischer Arthritis im Gegensatz zu Erwachsenen kaum Über Schmerzen klagen, wird ihre Bedeutung häufig unterschätzt. Die Kenntnis der kindßen Schmerzreaktion mit ihren neurophysiologischen und neuropathologischen Folgen bildet jedoch die Grundlage fÜr die krankengymnastische Behandlung

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