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Background: A high prevalence of rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament is associated with activities that incorporate both abrupt deceleration and catching a ball. In the present study, we examined whether the upper-limb motion involved in catching a ball affected the synchrony of the...
Background: High-energy trauma to the lower extremity presents challenges with regard to reconstruction and rehabilitation. Failed efforts at limb salvage are associated with increased patient mortality and high hospital costs. Lower-extremity injury-severity scoring systems were developed to...
Background: Although the potential complications of elbow arthroscopy, including nerve injuries, have been described, the prevalence of their occurrence has not been well defined. The purpose of this paper is to describe the serious and minor complications in a large series of patients treated...
Background: The major problems associated with severe congenital deficiency of the femur are an unstable hip joint and a femur that is more than 50% shorter than the contralateral, normal femur. The usual treatment of these extreme cases of congenital femoral deficiency is a Syme or Boyd...
Background: The present study was performed to measure changes in radioulnar load-sharing in the cadaveric forearm following two orthopaedic surgical procedures that often have varying results: radial head excision and distal radial shortening. A better understanding of the biomechanical...
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