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In this chapter, currently known effects and side effects are presented. We first present a lecture held by Dr. Pia Steinbach at the First Shock Wave Symposium in Kassel in April 1996. It especially features the results she achieved with regard to a dosis-effect relationship at the endothelium of the blood vessels, as well as the influence of shock waves on the membrane potential of the neuron.

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Shock Wave Rotator Cuff Calcium Deposit Extracorporal Shock Wave Lithotripsy Constant Score 
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