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In a prospective study of 60 open fractures treated with prophylactic antibiotics, 10 developed infection with 2/40 Grades 1 and 2 fractures and 8/20 Grade 3 fractures. Intravenous penicillin was ineffective against Staphylococcus aureus and epidermidis , the most usual organisms causing...
Twelve shoulders in 10 patients with rheumatoid arthritis were treated with cemented cup hemiarthroplasty and examined by roentgen stereo photogrammetry during the first year after surgery. One cup migrated 0.5 mm while 11 remained well fixed. Our findings suggest that long-term prosthetic...
Six patients with cubitus varus deformity after a supracondylar fracture of the humerus had ulnar nerve palsy 7 (3–14) years following the fracture. All the patients showed anterior dislocation of the ulnar nerve during elbow flexion. In cubitus varus deformity, medial shifting of the triceps...
Totally, 185 patients, operated on for a fresh hip fracture, were randomly allocated to either methicillin antibiotic prophylaxis or no prophylaxis and followed for 1 month. Two superficial wound infections were recorded in the prophylaxis group and one in the control group. Prophylactic use of...
Sixteen dogs had one tibia filled with acrylic PMMA bone cement and the opposite, control tibia filled with inert bone wax. After 1, 4, and 12 weeks, the blood perfusion in diaphyses was measured with Sc-46 labeled microspheres. The blood flow rates increased from 1 to 4 weeks and dropped to...
During a 10-year period, 314 tibial osteotomies were performed for medial gonarthrosis. At follow-up after 10–19 years, 62 knees had been revised by arthroplasty (52 cases) or reosteotomy (10 cases). The revision rate was 54/170 in undercorrected knees and 8/144 in knees with normalization or...
Lipofibromatous hamartoma is a rare, benign tumor, most often affecting the median nerve. Our case involved the volar radial digital nerve of the index finger, treated with a partial excision of the tumor. Important nerve branches should not be sacrificed in order to achieve radical excision.
Sixteen patients with seropositive rheumatoid arthritis were operated on for subaxial subluxations. Four of the patients had slight, but progressive, tetraparesis, and 5 had severe or total tetraparesis; they were operated on 1–4 months after the first signs. Seven patients were treated for...
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