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Background: The experience of undergoing surgery is known to induce a short-term, fight-or-flight physiological stress response. As an optimum immune response at the site of surgery would enhance tissue repair, we examined surgical stress-induced immune cell redistribution profiles as predictors,...
Background: The effects of immobilization of the right lower limb on driving performance are unknown. Therefore, clinicians and legislators cannot put forth recommendations for road safety for patients requiring such immobilization. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the effect of...
Background: We previously reported the outcomes at a minimum of twelve years after eighty-four Charnley low-friction arthroplasties performed in patients with osteoarthritis who were less than fifty-six years old at the time of the surgery. We now update the results of that cohort at a minimum of...