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Among 40 acutely injured ankles in children, surgery revealed a cartilaginous and/or bony fragment in 19, and an isolated rupture of the anterior talo-fibular ligament without any lesion of the bone or cartilage in another 17. In four ankles there was no ligament lesion. The lesions were...
Bone samples were taken from the trabecular part of the greater trochanter in 32 patients who had had a fracture of the ipsilateral femoral neck, and from 24 patients who had coxarthrosis. 42 cadavers served as controls. The samples were sectioned, stained and examined histologically. The...
Thirty-seven patients with fractures of the thoracic and lumbar spine treated with Harrington instrumentation were reviewed. Twenty-seven patients with a follow-up time of more than 2 years were summoned for a clinical and radiographic examination. This report presents the results related to...
Controversy still exists as to the best method of treatment of long bone fractures. The purpose of the present study was to compare the effects on the healing bone of external fixation and metal plate fixation. In an experimental model on the rabbit tibia the stiffness of the fixation...
In a series of 151 tibial stress fractures in athletes and joggers, seven were located at the mid-third of the diaphysis. The diagnosis was made radio-graphically several months after the onset of symptoms; a transverse fissure line or gap was noted in the middle of the hypertrophied anterior...
Growth disturbance after osteomyelitis in a single femoral condyle was seen in seven infants followed by the author from infancy to maturity. Age at onset of infection was between 10 days and 4 weeks. In three cases the medial condyle was affected and in four the lateral. Angular deformity of...
Ninety-nine shoulders from 50 deceased with an average age of 73 years were dissected. There was a significant decrease in the thickness of the supraspinatus tendons with full thickness ruptures but not in partial ruptures. A highly significant increase in the length of the extramuscular...
The importance of the medial collateral ligament and the anterior cruciate ligament of the knee in relation to valgus and varus instability was investigated. Mobility patterns were drawn from ten osteoligamentous knee preparations after successive transections of the structures. Cutting the...
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