Erroneous theory of the transverse arch of the foot and its negative consequences

Based on our own research and the literature overview we verified the concept of the transverse arch of the foot and the use of this concept in the aetiology of acquired female foot changes. The results of podological studies carried

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A study to compare forward functional reach between normal and obese subjects

Objective: The aim of the study was to determine the influence of body mass index (BMI) in obese individuals on functional reach. Methods: Obese subjects whose BMI was ≥30 kg/m2 and normal subjects with BMI 18.5-24.9 kg /m2 were considered

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Concurrent validity and reliability of the Microsoft kinect™ device in cervical spine range of motion assessment

This study assessed the cervical spine range of motion in asymptomatic individuals using the universal goniometer and the Microsoft Kinect™ device, respectively and also determined the validity and test-retest reliability of the Microsoft Kinect™ device with a view to establishing

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Lipofilling – restoration of balance of the facial adipose tissue

Aesthetic medicine offers a very wide range of beauty treatments. However, most of the filling substances (e.g. hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxyapatite, polylactic acid) are absorbed with time and thus require replenishment. Treatments should be repeated at different time intervals. Moreover,

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Medical equipment-based procedures in cosmetic technologies

In modern world, procedures associated with beauty maintenance or restoration are one of the most profitable services. Many cosmetic procedures are based on the action of active substances, natural or produced by pharmaceutical companies (like medicines). The results of such

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Chemical diversity of mint essential oils and their aromatherapy significance

Plants of the mint genus (Mentha L.) are the sources of essential oils of various chemotypes, classified according to the content of the main component. Essential oils vary in chemical composition, which affects their fragrance and therapeutic properties. The present

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