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In a 5-year follow-up study of 125 hip replacements a. m. Lubinus, 41 obese and 84 nonobese patients were compared. Peroperative blood loss was greater in the obese patients. There was, however, no difference in the operation or hospitalization times between the compared groups. There was no...
Following administration of phenothiazines for schizophrenia, a 25-year-old patient developed a malignant neuroleptic syndrome followed by bilateral periarticular ossification of the knees, with severely limited motion. Two years later, the patient regained useful motion after bilateral excision...
The subchondral bone, cartilage, and synovial tissue adjacent to nonalloyed titanium screws were morphologically evaluated 2, 4, and 6 weeks after insertion in rabbit knee joints. The titanium screws were in direct contact with the surrounding bone. Two weeks postoperatively, bone resorption, as...
Forty-five patients with recent cervical hip fractures were included in a prospective, clinical, radiographic and sequential scintimetric study. Striking changes in radionuclide uptake over the entire hip region on the fracture side were found during the first 5 postoperative months. Fractures...
We report the incidence of pressure sores in patients operated on for hip fracture or with total hip replacement. Pressure sores were found in 30 and 4 per cent, respectively. Half of the sores appeared within 1 week postoperatively, and more than half healed in the hospital. Most of the sores...
The acrylic bone cement has been regarded as a very potent activator of the hemostatic mechanisms. A battery of coagulation, fibrinolytic, and kallikrein variables were studied perioperatively in 21 patients undergoing hip arthroplasty with fixation of the prosthesis either with (Charnley) or...
Nineteen patients were operated on for congenital muscular torticollis after the age of 1 year. Tenotomy gave good results below 5 years of age and resection of the sternocleidomastoid muscle was satisfactory in most of the older children.
The right tibia was broken manually in 56 rats weighing 100 g; the fracture was stabilized with an intramedullary steel wire. Groups of rats were killed after 3–30 days. The fracture with its surrounding musculature was dissected out and immediately frozen to −70° C. Cryostat sections of the...
A series of 27 patients (30 knees) with rheumatoid arthritis was studied 3 to 8 years after double osteotomy of the knee. Long-term results were poor. Double osteotomy should be abandoned in the management of the rheumatoid knee.
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