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A total hip replacement with loosening of the femoral component was revised. The original femoral component with a 35-mm head was exchanged for one with a 32-mm head. The mismatch caused extensive wear of the acetabular component. The importance of preoperative planning in revision surgery is...
We measured the bone mineral content (BMC) of the forearm in 173 normal postmenopausal women. We also examined the relation between BMC and the chronologic age, the number of years elapsed since menopause, and the total number of menstrual cycles during the reproductive years. BMC had a better...
In a material of 10 osseointegrated implants of pure titanium, Tivanium®, Vitallium®, and stainless steel, 23 interface areas were studied by transmission electron microscopy. The implant site was the upper tibia of mature rabbits, and the observation time was 11 months. The absence of a...
A unilateral patellar malalignment was induced in 20 young and 20 mature rabbits by lateral displacement of the tibial tuberosity, the other knee serving as osteotomized in situ control. At 6 weeks, all the knees appeared macroscopically normal, but histologically definite cartilage degeneration...
The resorption pattern of synovial fluid through the lymphatic system from normal and synovitic knee joints in rabbits was studied with 99m Hechnetium-rhenium-sulfur colloid injected intraarticularly and monitored for 14 hours with a gamma camera. On the normal side the regional lymph nodes were...
In rabbits, we compared calcification and bone formation by bone marrow, acid-demineralized bone matrix and glutaraldehyde-cross-linked Type I collagen implanted in intramuscular diffusion chambers or in trephine skull defects. The rabbits were killed 4 weeks postimplantation and calcification...
Two cases of histologically verified intraarticular osteoid osteoma caused subluxation of the hip.
Colles' fractures (not comminuted or intraarticular) that redislocated after two closed reductions were randomized into two groups. In one group the dorsal bone deficiency was filled with bone cement (methylmefhacrylate) at operation; in the other, the fractures were rereduced and immobilized in...
Overgrowth of the femur and tibia was observed in a 20-year-old man who had a giant cell tumor in his distal femur. Growth stimulation by the tumor is suggested to explain the overgrowh.
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