Alleviation of erythematous changes in systemic lupus erythematosus (Cutaneous lupus erythematosus) with the use of flavonoids – case study

Introduction: Systemic lupus erythematosus is a chronic, inflammatory, autoimmune disease of the connective tissue of unknown origin which affects both the internal organs and the skin. Skin symptoms are most often manifested as red spots of various nature and location.

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History and significance of phytotherapy in the human history 3. The development of phytotherapy from the Middle Ages to modern times

Thanks to the knowledge accumulated by successive generations over the centuries and advances in analytical techniques, phytotherapy has become one of the essential fields of medical sciences. Although herbal medicine was of lesser interest during some periods of development of

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Effect of Task Specific Training on Central Post-stroke Pain in a Sub-acute Stroke Patient: A Case Report

Background: Task specific training is a movement rehabilitation technique that involves repetitive practice of functional tasks with the affected limb. The aim of this case report is to report its effect on central post stoke pain (CPSP) in a sub-acute

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Anatomy education in physiotherapy training in Nigeria: perception of Nigeria trained physiotherapists

Background: Sound anatomy knowledge is prerequisite to effective physiotherapy education and practice. There is need for evaluation of physiotherapists’ perception of anatomy education (AE) in Nigerian physiotherapy training programmes in order to introduce appropriate modifications for improved learning and clinical

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Rehabilitation path for patients with spinal cord injury from critical condition to optimal independence in everyday life on the example of the activities of the Montecatone Rehabilitation Institute in Italy

The purpose of this study is to present the activity of the Montecatone Rehabilitation Institute in Imola, Italy. The organisation of the Institute and the scope of multi-directional and multi-stage specialised assistance for people with a spine fracture with coexisting

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Rehabilitation exoskeleton – the perspective of improving the quality of life for people with disabilities

The objective of the rehabilitation is to restore the patient’s lost physical fitness, undertake activities preventing this loss and accelerate the creation of substitute compensatory mechanisms in the event of permanent morphological damage. The effectiveness of rehabilitation of disabled people

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Dislocation of the head of the radial bone associated with the perinatal brachial plexus palsy

The dislocation of the head of the radial bone is sometimes connected to perinatal damage to the brachial plexus. Considering the different interpretation of the aetiology of the dislocation of the head of the radial bone and the different therapeutic

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Figurativeness as a feature of online linguistic behaviour: an example from BBC News Facebook comments

The article describes the results of a study investigating the behaviour of the users of one of the most popular social networking sites, namely Facebook. Specifically, it focuses on their treatment of Grice’s Conversational Maxims and Cooperative Principle – elements

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The effectiveness of selected physiotherapeutic procedures for the treatment of psoriasis

Abstract: Introduction. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of selected physiotherapeutic procedures used in the treatment of psoriasis on the basis of the patients’ subjective assessment. In this work, the following research questions were asked: 1.

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History and significance of phytotherapy in the human history. 2. Phytotherapy in ancient Greece and ancient Rome

The successors of great ancient civilisations of the Near East, Egypt, China or India, i.e. the communities of ancient Greece and ancient Rome, converted their ancestors` magical and often mythical knowledge of medicinal plants and their possible applications into well-ordered

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