Dear ICOSIM colleagues,
- I hope you have enjoyed and found interest in our new life surgery videos, in the undeniable documentation of the existence of FDOJ pathology. This ICOSIM-Weekly extends the topic “Jawbone Detox” with the link to the livestream lecture of Hans Lechner in ZWP-online titled: “Novel imaging in the jawbone with ultrasound”.
I wish you good entertainment and profound information about CaviTAU®
- Of course, the discussion about Resolution No. 32 is not letting up. I quote in excerpt:
“The treatment of so-called NICO (Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis), fatty degenerative osteolysis/osteonecrosis in the jawbone or similar diagnoses, are medically unnecessary measures, as the effectiveness has not been proven by scientific medically based study investigations. Furthermore, the alleged clinical picture of NICO is neither listed as a disease according to the ICD10 key nor in the WHO directories. Therefore, there is no medical necessity for the performance of diagnostics and treatments of this disease, such as Cavitat diagnostics….”
Obviously, the emeritus Prof. Staehle of the University of Heidelberg is behind No.32, because he had an article written:
“Neuralgia-inducing cavitational osteonecrosis – A systematic review”
Supported with tax money from the University of Heidelberg
(See Funding information: The work was supported by the Department of Conservative Dentistry and the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University Hospital Heidelberg. Caroline Sekundo is funded by the Physician Scientist Program of Heidelberg University, Faculty of Medicine).
We do not leave this article unchallenged, as an expression of a scientifically appropriate discussion.
If you want to participate in the discussion, you can read the reply of Prof. May (Uni Dresden) and Lechner:
The reply of the esteemed colleague Dr. Müller
I hope you enjoy reading and remain with best ICOSIM greetings
Yours, Hans Lechner