What is mild inferior hypokinesia

Summary

The deepening of the knowledge of the formation, development and metabolism of the tissue parts of the skeletal and musculoskeletal system within the entire organism, the modern research on the pathogenesis and therapy of rheumatism, the differentiation of primary and secondary hyperparathyroidism by Albright based on extensive investigations force to a uniform, but very broad representation of the diseases of the bones, joints and muscles as a complex connected by close interrelationships within the entire internal medicine. For the sake of a uniform presentation, it goes without saying that not only disease syndromes, but also anatomical, physiological and pathophysiological findings as a basis for understanding must precede the clinical considerations. Many syndromes of diseases of the skeletal and musculoskeletal system, which appeared years ago unexplained and independently without any internal relationship to major illnesses, are now recognized as a partial symptom or only as a secondary symptom of higher-level diseases. It will therefore not be possible to avoid briefly touching on the influence of internal secretion and metabolic disorders (as a consequence and as a cause thereof), the effects of deficiencies of all kinds and inherently linked disorders of general understanding, and occasionally touching on areas that border on surgery .

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