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Thirty-nine patients who had a malignant or an aggressive benign bone tumor about the knee were managed with a resection arthrodesis with use of an intercalary allograft fixed with an intramedullary nail. In thirty-one patients, this was the method chosen for the initial reconstruction after...
One hundred and ninety-eight consecutive patients (247 vascularized fibular grafts) were studied to determine the prevalence of morbidity at the donor site after the grafts had been obtained. Objective motor weakness, subjective discomfort in the ankle and other sites in the leg, and sensory...
Twenty-nine consecutive patients who met strict criteria for a diagnosis of primary glenohumeral degenerative joint disease completed standardized questionnaires regarding general health status as well as function of the shoulder before I performed a total glenohumeral arthroplasty. The patients...
Twenty patients who had a massive tear (greater than five centimeters) of the rotator cuff that was not amenable to direct tendon-to-bone or tendon-to-tendon repair had reconstruction consisting of transfer of the subscapularis tendon in conjunction with subacromial decompression. At a mean of...
We evaluated the prevalence of slipped capital femoral epiphysis in the contralateral hip of 169 children who had been managed with pinning in situ and thirty who had been managed with immobilization in a spica cast. Only children who had initially been seen with a unilateral slip and had been...
Thirty-two postoperative peroneal-nerve palsies in thirty patients were documented in a retrospective review of 10,361 consecutive total knee arthroplasties performed at one institution from 1979 through 1992. The mean age of the thirty patients was sixty-five years (range, twenty-eight to...
We analyzed forty-four patients who had osteogenesis imperfecta, in order to determine the prevalence of spinal deformities. At the time of the most recent follow-up, scoliosis was present in thirty patients (68 per cent) and kyphosis, in eighteen (41 per cent). According to the classification...
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