Gianpaolo Ronconi
The Catholic University of America
Quality of lifeSurgeryVisual analogue scalePsychologyDermatologyRetrospective cohort studyBalance (ability)Randomized controlled trialIntensive care medicinePhysical therapyOsteoarthritisCochrane LibraryRehabilitationMEDLINEDrugMesotherapyPopulationLocalized painPoison controlNarrative reviewAnesthesiaMedicinePhysical medicine and rehabilitation
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Last. Gianpaolo Ronconi (CUA: The Catholic University of America)H-Index: 6
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Drugs injected intradermally spread slowly into the underlying tissues and produce a drug-saving effect. The Italian society of mesotherapy suggested that intradermal therapy obtains analgesic effect on localized pain, with a lower risk of systemic drug interactions. We report a case of post-herpetic pain successfully treated by this technique. This case confirms that the intradermal administration technique (mesotherapy), which is based on the pathophysiology of the disorder, according to the r...
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#1Massimo MammucariH-Index: 10
#2Domenico RussoH-Index: 31
Last. Silvia Natoli (University of Rome Tor Vergata)H-Index: 19
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IntroductionMesotherapy, also known as local intradermal therapy, widely used all over the world, is a technique used to inject substances into the surface layer of the skin. There are no international guidelines for the correct use of this technique and in many countries, it is still applied empirically without valid patient consent. The Italian society of mesotherapy has planned a study to assess the rationale and clinical applications based on current evidence. MethodsAn independent steering ...
#1Massimo MammucariH-Index: 10
#2Domenico RussoH-Index: 31
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INTRODUCTION Mesotherapy, also known as local intradermal therapy, widely used all over the world, is a technique used to inject substances into the surface layer of the skin. There are no international guidelines for the correct use of this technique and in many countries, it is still applied empirically without valid patient consent. The Italian society of mesotherapy has planned a study to assess the rationale and clinical applications based on current evidence. METHODS An independent steerin...
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Last. Giorgio FerrieroH-Index: 24
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Capacitive and resistive electric transfer (CRET) therapy is a physical treatment modality commonly used to treat musculoskeletal pain. It normally uses a longwave radiofrequency of ~0.5 MHz. The system consists of a neutral plate and two different electrodes that can transfer energy in two modalities: capacitive and resistive. The aim of this systematic review was to identify and summarize the available data in the literature on this physical modality. From a search of articles published before...
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ABSTRACT Objectives: The management of wrist and hand's tenosynovitis remains challenging and needs to be individualized. Physical modalities are accepted among conservative treatments, but there is currently no systematic assessment of their role and efficacy. The aim of this review is to analyze the literature including studies dealing with the use of physical modalities in De Quervain disease, Dupuytren disease and trigger finger, in order to obtain indications for everyday clinical practice....
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