Publications

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Edmundsson, David
Toolanen, Göran

Chronic exertional compartment syndrome in diabetes mellitus
Diabetic Medicine, 28(1): 81-85

2011

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Edmundsson, David
Toolanen, Göran
Thornell, Lars-Eric; et al.

Evidence for low muscle capillary supply as a pathogenic factor in chronic compartment syndrome
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 20(6): 805-813

2010

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Minde, Jan
Andersson, T
Fulford, M; et al.

A novel NGFB point mutation: a phenotype study of heterozygous patients
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 80(2): 188-195

2009

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Edmundsson, David
Svensson, Olle
Toolanen, Göran

Intermittent claudication in diabetes mellitus due to chronic exertinal compartment syndrome of the leg: an observation study of 17 patients
Acta Orthopaedica, 79(4): 534-539

2008

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Minde, Jan
Svensson, Olle
Holmberg, Monica; et al.

Orthopedic aspects of familial insensitivity to pain due to a novel nerve growth factor beta mutation.
Acta Orthopaedica, 77(2): 198-202

2006

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Sundström, Torbjörn
Guez, Michel
Hildingsson, Christer; et al.

Altered cerebral blood flow in chronic neck pain patients but not in whiplash patients: a 99mTc-HMPAO rCBF study
European spine journal, 15(8): 1189-1195

2006

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Guez, Michel
Brännström, Rigmor
Nyberg, Lars; et al.

Neuropsychological functioning and MMPI-2 profiles in chronic neck pain: a comparison of whiplash and non-traumatic groups.
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 27(2): 151-163

2005

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Minde, Jan
Toolanen, Göran
Andersson, Thomas; et al.

Familial insensitivity to pain (HSAN V) and a mutation in the NGFB gene. A neurophysiological and pathological study.
Muscle and Nerve, 30(6): 752-760

2004

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Pettersson, Kurt
Brändström, Sven
Toolanen, Göran; et al.

Temperament and character: prognostic factors in whiplash patients?
European spine journal, 13(5): 408-14

2004

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Einarsdottir, Elisabet
Carlsson, Anna
Minde, Jan; et al.

A mutation in the nerve growth factor beta gene (NGFB) causes loss of pain perception.
Human Molecular Genetics, 13(8): 799-805

2004

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