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  1. Telemedicin til monitorering af inflammatoriske tarmsygdomme og colon irritabile

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  2. Androgent insensitivitetssyndrom opdaget pga. diskordans mellem prænatale vurderinger af fosterkøn.

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  3. Behandling af tymom og thymuskarcinom

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  4. Kønsmodificerende kirurgi i Danmark

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  5. Osmotisk demyeliniseringssyndrom

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  1. Infographic. Therapeutic exercise relieves pain and does not harm knee cartilage nor trigger inflammation

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  2. Criterion validity for step counting in four consumer-grade physical activity monitors among older adults with and without rollators

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  3. Knee osteoarthritis risk is increased 4-6 fold after knee injury - a systematic review and meta-analysis

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  4. When enough is enough - How to determine when the evidence for the effectiveness of a treatment is sufficient?

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  5. Interrater reliability of the standardized Timed Up and Go Test when used in hospitalized and community-dwelling older individuals

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The prevalence of positional plagiocephaly is increasing. A systematic database search (Cochrane, MEDLINE, Embase, Cinahl and PEDro), critical appraisal and systematic evaluation of the quality of 14 selected studies show that the following are certain risk factors for the development of positional plagiocephaly: supine sleeping position, positional preference, one-sided handling of the child, male sex, delayed motor development, reduced neck mobility, too little "tummy time", firstborn, multiple births and premature children. Recommendations for prevention are provided.
Translated title of the contribution[Positional plagiocephaly in infants can be prevented]
Original languageDanish
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume173
Issue number9
Pages (from-to)644-8
Number of pages5
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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