- Clinical and Functional Anatomy of the Organ Systems on the Pelvic Floor
- Development, Degeneration and Regeneration of connective and supporting tissue
- Visualizing Methods in Clinical and Functional Anatomy
- Lymphology – Phlebology
The appendages of the tendons and their adjacent structures (inserting organs) are of great importance in rheumatology and sports medicine. In addition to the morphological characterization of the inserting organs of different muscles we examine the possibilities of visualizing methods, especially of sonography. Sonography is gaining more and more importance not only in the areas of the motoric system and lymphology but also in regional anaesthetics and pain therapy. Our work group is at the moment working out the basis for new methods for the safe realization of nerve blocks. Here, besides sonography CT is being used. The detailed presentation and use of “intracranial cerebral nerve sections” is the object of working groups in international cooperation.
Yousri I, Moriggl B., Dieterich M, Naidich TP, Schmid DU, Yousry TA, (2002)
MR Anatomy of the Porximal Cisternal Segment of the Trochlear Nerve. Neurovascular Relationshops and Landmarks.
Radiology 223 : 31 – 38
Yousry I, Moriggl B, Holtmannspoetter M, Schmid U, Naidich T, Yousry T (2004)
Detailed MR anatomy of the motor and sensory roots of the trigeminal nerve and their neurovascular relationship: a magnetic resonance imaging study
J Neurosurg 101 : 427-434
Benjamin B., Moriggl B, Brenner E, Emery P, McGonagle D, Redman S (2004)
The enthesis organ concept – why enthesopathies may not be present as focal insertional disorders.
Arthritis & Rheumatism 50 : 3306 – 3313
Greher M, Kirchmair L, Enna B, Kovacs P, Kapral S, Moriggl B (2004)
Ultrasound-guided lumbar Facet Nerve Block: Accuracy of a New Technique Confirmed by Computed Tomography
Anesthesiology 101 : 1195 – 1200
Eichenberger U, Greher M, Kirchmair L, Curatolo M, Moriggl B (2006)
Ultrasound-guided blocks of the iloinguinal and iliohypogastric nerve: accuracy of a selective new technique conformed by anatomical dissection
British J Anaesthesia 97 : 238-243