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Forty patients who had had a patellar fracture during the years 1950-58 were reevaluated 30 years later. A clinical and radiographic examination was performed. Fourteen patients had subjective complaints. Two thirds of the patients who had more than 2-mm diastasis or 1-mm incongruity had...
32 patients, suffering from Parkinson's disease, had internal fixation of femoral neck fractures. In 24 displaced fractures, 6 nonunions and 3 segmental collapses were seen; and in 8 undisplaced fractures, 1 case of segmental collapse was diagnosed. Healing complications were thus seen in one...
We report 4 cases of idiopathic chondrolysis of the hip in children, a rare disease. In several aspects, there was a close resemblance to classical pauciarticular juvenile chronic arthritis. Hence, we question the clinical entity denoted as idiopathic chondrolysis of the hip.
In a randomized study of 20 total hip arthroplasties, the staff wore shirts and trousers of a fabric impervious to bacteria underneath operating gowns of a non-woven material. Volumetric air sampling demonstrated a low number of colony-forming units with this clothing, further reduced by...
In the population of Malmö the average annual incidence of symptomatic meniscal lesions in children increased from 0.7 to 2.5 per 10,000 from 1960–1965 inclusive to 1980-1985 inclusive. Soccer was the predominant cause of the lesions, and the increased incidence of the diagnosis was associated...
The in vivo release of gentamicin base from conventional polymethyl methacrylate 7-mm beads was compared with that from the recently introduced 3 × 5-mm minibeads. The release in 14 days from minibeads was 93 percent of their gentamicin content, while the large beads released an average of 24...
A boy with bilateral duplication of his patellae was radiographically examined between 8 and 11 years of age. The duplication was probably caused by a disrupted fusion of two ossification centra.
An experimental knee-testing system was used to investigate the immediate postoperative mechanical state in knees with nonaugmented and augmented repairs of the anterior cruciate ligament. Ligament, repair tissue, and augmentation forces were measured using buckle transducers, and joint motion...
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