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Intermittent claudication - studies on clinical evaluation strategies and invasive treatment efficacy
Peripheral arterial disease is a common health problem that globally affects over 200 million individuals, and intermittent claudication (IC) is the most common symptomatic presentation. The leg symptoms in IC are provoked ...
Finding ways forward with pain as a fellow traveler. Older women’s experience of living with osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures and back pain
In a globally aging population, the number of older people living with physical disabilities due to persisting conditions will increase. Within the population of older women, two common conditions leading to long-term back ...
Breast reconstructive surgery: Risk factors for complications and health-related quality of life - Clinical studies
Background: Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women worldwide. Although the incidence is increasing, the mortality rate is not. This results in a growing number of breast cancer survivors, and thereby in ...
Long-term outcomes of epilepsy surgery - prospective studies regarding seizures, employment and quality of life
Epilepsy surgery is a treatment option for selected patients with drug-resistant epilepsy. Patients need individual pre-surgical counselling on chances of seizure freedom and other outcomes in a long-term perspective. The ...