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Functional movement disorders of the temporomandibular joint in women of working age
Nulíčková, Denisa ; Benešová, Lucie (advisor) ; Málková, Magdaléna (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Author: Denisa Nulíčková Supervisor: Mgr. Lucie Benešová Title: Functional movement disorders of the temporomandibular joint in women of working age Abstract: The bachelor thesis deals with functional disorders of the temporomandibular joint in women of working age. The thesis is a diagnostic work. The main aim is to evaluate the most common functional changes and general common features of patients with temporomandibular joint dysfunction by means of extended kinesiological analysis. The sub-objective is to map the quality of life and the presence of stress factors in the patients' lives. The second sub-objective is to elaborate the proposal and goals of the physiotherapy intervention. The theoretical part, in addition to short chapters describing the anatomy and biomechanics of the temporomandibular joint, deals with functional temporomandibular disorders. It provides a comprehensive overview of their causes, symptomatology and relationship to other body structures. It also summarizes the consequences of excessive psychological stress in the context of these disorders and describes conservative methods of treatment. The practical part of the thesis consists of 5 case studies, which include detailed initial examinations. The standard kinesiological analysis is enriched with...
Total temporomandibular joint replacement physiotherapy
Zeman, Jan ; Benešová, Lucie (advisor) ; Kulich, Václav (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Author: Bc. Jan Zeman Supervisor: Mgr. Lucie Benešová Title: Total tempromandibular joint replacement physiotherapy Abstract: The bachelor thesis is designed as a theoretical-practical and deals with the issue of physiotherapy after total temporomandibular joint replacement. The aim of the bachelor thesis is to develop a proposal for diagnostic and therapeutic concept in physiotherapy for total temporomandibular joint replacement. The theoretical part is divided into four sections. The first is a brief description of the anatomy, kinesiology and biomechanics of the temporomandibular joint. The second deals with joint disorders, their etiology, classification, clinical manifestations and therapeutic intervention with a special focus on disorders that lead to surgical treatment. The third describes surgical process of total joint reconstruction, mentions the risks and contraindications of surgery, and describes postoperative care. The fourth presents the characteristics and comparison of joint replacements and the main manufacturers. The practical part presents the application of the diagnostic and therapeutic concepts in clinical practice. The concept includes a kinesiological analysis with emphasis on the cervical spine, complemented by a specific examination of the...
Financing Options for Housing in the Czech Republic
Benešová, Lucie ; Uhrová, Blanka (referee) ; Ptáček, Roman (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the financing options of housing in the Czech Republic with the focus on building society saving accounts and mortgage loans. At first, it explains the basic parameters of these products. Then, the second part is aimed at the possibilities of credit products offered on the market. Finally, the third part shows the representative example of a family and it suggests a possible way to finance their own housing on the basis of assessment of major advantages and disadvantages of credit types.
Comparison of Selected Deposit Products for Individuals
Dušek, David ; Benešová, Lucie (referee) ; Rejnuš, Oldřich (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is focused on the comparison of deposit products for students and its current situation in the Czech Republic. At first, the bachelor thesis explains the basic terms related to the field of bank products. The analysis and subsequent comparison of selected bank products are carried out using the ranking method and then the scoring method. The results of the analysis and comparison are used for selecting the best option. The last part gives recommendations to the management of Czech banks on how to attract more students as their clients on the basis of survey.
Computer support for data distribution design - design laboratory
Benešová, Lucie ; Mlýnek, Petr (referee) ; Mišurec, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis is concerned with data wiring infractructure. In the theoretical part the basic technology of the LAN networks is described as well as its parts, such as HUB and switch. Various types of transfer paths used in data wiring are briefly mentioned. They included coaxial cable, which were then replaced by shielded twisted pair and in future the fibre optics cables will be used instead. The shielded twisted pair operates on structured cabelling, which is guided by central principles in designing, which then can guarantee 15 years of good service. The most used cables 5e and 6 are described. The next chapter describes the endings of cables and connectors as well as the principles of patch pannels and patch cables. The following parts focus on the fibre optics networks, because they are the networks of the future. The types of fibre optics cables are described together with networks standards, the minimal fibre radius and innovations such as WDM or micropipes. There is also a resume of the ČSN norms, which are important for this thesis, concerning issues of the ways how to lay cables, placing of the communications etc. In the practical part, the various softwares for designing data wiring infractructure are studied and compared. As the most convinient for student proposals the AutoCAD Electrical 2011 has been chosen. This design software is studied from the point of view of its user interface and basic rules of behaviour. The functions of the menus and pripary settings are described. In the last part of the thesis the lesson is provided. The lesson should give students basic information and opportunity to design a basic data wiring infrastructure for a building.
Analysis of Company Taxes
Benešová, Lucie ; Vaňek, Jaromír (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
Bachelor thesis is focused on the description of the tax system in the Czech Republic and most taxes paid in the selected companies. At the beginning I explain the basic concepts that occur in taxation, define individual taxes on my practical part. In the practical part, I focus on four specific taxes that are paid in a particular company. Finally we evaluate the effect of paying taxes, the overall economic situation of the company.
The use and the effect of High Intensity Laser in treatment of rehabilitation patients
Benešová, Lucie ; Plevová, Kristýna (advisor) ; Fulín, Petr (referee)
This thesis deals with the effect of High Intensity Laser on soft tissues and postsurgical scars in the ankle joint area. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part presents a summary about ankle joint traumatology and its surgical management. Further there is also information about wound healing, scar formation, their examination, assessment scales and treatments. Last but not least there is a description about the laser mechanism, effect and treatment use. The main focus point of the practical part is to discover the effect of the High Intensity Laser used on soft tissues and postsurgical scars in the ankle joint area. A sub-objective is to evaluate the high power laser effect on pain reduction in the treated area. Methods: There were 20 probands tested in the practical part (average age 42,3, SD ± 13). The intervation group (n = 10) has applied High Intensity Laser Therapy (HILT) on postsurgical scars. The control group (n = 10) haven't HILT. The Observer Scar Assessment Scale (POSAS) was used for scar evaluation and pressure algometer was used for pain evaluation. Results: There was statistically proven that High Intensity Laser Therapy has an effect on pain reduction on level of significance α = 0,05, (p = 0,0047). According to the POSAS, results...
The use of passive correctors on the treatment of hallux valgus in combination with individual physiotherapy
Soejonová, Eliška ; Plevová, Kristýna (advisor) ; Benešová, Lucie (referee)
OF BACHELOR THESIS Name, surname: Eliška Soejonová Supervisor: Ing. Kristýna Plevová Title of bachelor's thesis: The use of passive correctors for the treatment of hallux valgus in combination with individual physiotherapy The bachelor thesis deals with the issue of hallux valgus deformity. This static deformity of the foreleg affects almost a third of the world's population and is one of the most common causes of foot pain. The deformity disrupts the kinesiology of the foot, increases the risk of falls and generally reduces the quality of life. Treatment using methods of physical therapy mainly includes active exercise and facilitation of the muscles of the foot. Hallux valgus deformity can also be treated with passive correctors. Objectives: The main objective of the bachelor thesis is the treatment of hallux valgus deformity using a combination of passive correctors and individual physiotherapy. A partial goal is to improve the values of the measured parameters - that is, to reduce pain, increase the activity of the intrinsic muscles and reduce the size of the hallux valgus angle. Methods: As part of the practical part, 3 patients with symptomatic hallux valgus deformity were selected according to the criteria and underwent a 30-day physiotherapy intervention. This consisted of 6 individual...
The impact of high intensity laser on the healing of soft tissues of the knee joint in patiens after arthroscopy
Rychnová, Eliška ; Plevová, Kristýna (advisor) ; Benešová, Lucie (referee)
Author: Eliška Rychnová Supervisor: Ing. Kristýna Plevová Consultant: Ing. Marie Plecháčová Title of the thesis: The impact of high intensity laser on the healing of soft tissues of the knee joint in patients after arthroscopy The bachelor's thesis deals with the issue of soft tissue healing of the knee joint after arthroscopy. The main goal of this work was to monitor the effect of high intensity laser on the healing of soft tissues of the knee joint after arthroscopy. The work consists of theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part focuses on the description of the anatomy and biomechanics of the knee joint. Further summarizes information about the scar, its formation, types, care options and rating scales. The technical parameters and effects of the laser with a focus on the high intensity laser are also described here. Then, based on the data collection and analysis, the current state of this matter in the Czech Republic and abroad was described and summarized. The research includes 16 studies, which were selected on the basis of selected keywords, data actuality, validity and at the same time their pros and cons were considered. In the practical part 4 case reports of patients after arthroscopy of the knee joint were processed. Only patients after meniscus surgery were included in the...
Optimization of proces for detection of free tumor DNA in plasma and its clinical utility for colorectal cancer, lung cancer and pancreatic cancer patients
Belšánová, Barbora ; Benešová, Lucie (advisor) ; Tachezy, Ruth (referee)
In current days, examination of circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) finds new use across different cancers. It is directed at tumor-derived short fragments of DNA present in peripheral blood of patiens (mainly in advanced stages). Due to its minimal invasivity, almost 100 % specificity and relatively high sensitivity in stage IV patients, this approch found its main potential clinical utility especially in early detection of disease relapse or progression after tumor resection (i.e. post-operative follow-up), prediction and monitoring of therapy response and estimation of prognosis. As a result of minute levels of ctDNA on a high background of other non-tumor DNA fragments present in plasma, a suitable method exhibiting highest sensitivity is the key for proper detection of this marker. The approach is predominantly based on initial identification of a mutation in tumor tissue and its subsequent detection in plasma. The present work is aimed at optimization of ctDNA isolation and method of its detection based on PCR amplification followed by heteroduplex analysis by denaturing capillary electrophoresis (DCE) to achieve highest sensitivity for detection of mutated fraction in plasma sample. I have applied the optimized protocol to examine ctDNA in three types of cancers, namely colorectal cancer (122...

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