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  • Non-surgical adjunctive interventions for accelerating tooth movement in patients undergoing fixed orthodontic treatment. [Review]
  • CDCochrane Database Syst Rev 2015 Nov 18; (11):CD010887
  • El-Angbawi A, McIntyre GT, … Bearn DR
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is very little clinical research concerning the effectiveness of non-surgical interventions to accelerate orthodontic treatment. The available evidence is of very low quality and so it is not possible to determine if there is a positive effect of non-surgical adjunctive interventions to accelerate tooth movement. Although there have been claims that there may be a positive effect of light vibrational forces, results of the current studies do not reach either statistical or clinical significance. Further well-designed and rigorous RCTs with longer follow-up periods are required to determine whether non-surgical interventions may result in a clinically important reduction in the duration of orthodontic treatment, without any adverse effects.
  • [Development of Cushing's syndrome during phytotherapy]. [Journal Article]
  • DMDtsch Med Wochenschr 2013; 138(33):1659-63
  • Bernecker C, Hartung B, … Willenberg HS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Symptoms of Cushing's syndrome develop during chronic exposure to glucocorticoids. The development of Cushing's syndrome depends on the patient's sensitivity and on the duration and dose of the glucocorticoid application. Clinical and laboratory studies precede imaging.
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