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   Volume 16 - 1998
   Volume 15 - 1997
   Volume 14 - 1996
   Volume 13 - 1995
   Volume 12 - 1994
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   Volume 10 - 1992
   Volume 9 - 1991
   Volume 8 - 1990
   Volume 7 - 1990
   Volume 6 - 1989
   Volume 5 - 1988
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Acupuncture in Medicine

Volume 24 - 2006
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Osteoarthritis of the knee — an introduction
Adrian White
Pages S1-6
[Abstract][PDF - 110KB](Free access)

Clinical trials

Acupuncture for knee osteoarthritis — a randomised trial using a novel sham
Eric Manheimer, Byungmook Lim, Lixing Lao, Brian Berman
Pages S7-14
[Abstract][PDF - 161KB](Free access)

Acupuncture vs Streitberger needle in knee osteoarthritis – an RCT
Jorge Vas, Camila Méndez, Emilio Perea-Milla
Pages S15-24
[Abstract][PDF - 158KB](Free access)

The programme for the evaluation of patient care with acupuncture (PEP-Ac) — a project sponsored by ten German social health insurance funds
Klaus Linde, Andrea Streng, Andrea Hoppe, Susanne Jürgens, Wolfgang Weidenhammer, Dieter Melchart
Pages S25-32
[Abstract][PDF - 173KB](Free access)

Efficacy, effectiveness, safety and costs of acupuncture for chronic pain — results of a large research initiative
Claudia M Witt, Benno Brinkhaus, Thomas Reinhold, Stefan N Willich
Pages S33-39
[Abstract][PDF - 121KB](Free access)

Systematic review

The effectiveness of acupuncture for osteoarthritis of the knee — a systematic review
Adrian White, Nadine Foster, Mike Cummings, Panos Barlas
Pages S40-48
[Abstract][PDF - 215KB](Free access)


Safety of acupuncture for osteoarthritis of the knee — a review of randomised controlled trials, focusing on specific reactions to acupuncture
Hitoshi Yamashita, Shoko Masuyama, Kuniharu Otsuki, Hiroshi Tsukayama
Pages S49-52
[Abstract][PDF - 66KB](Free access)

The safety of acupuncture — evidence from the UK
Adrian White
Pages S53-57
[Abstract][PDF - 70KB](Free access)


Mechanisms of action of acupuncture for chronic pain relief — polymodal receptors are the key candidates
Kenji Kawakita, Kaoru Okada
Pages S58-66
[Abstract][PDF - 324KB](Free access)

Some of the effects of acupuncture in knee pain may be due to activation of the reward system
Thomas Lundeberg
Pages S67-70
[Abstract][PDF - 64KB](Free access)


The evidence on acupuncture for knee osteoarthritis — editorial summary on the implications for health policy
Adrian White, Kenji Kawakita
Pages S71-76
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