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Twelve patients with clinical signs of retro-trochanteric pain syndrome were randomized to either operative treatment or a control group. Six patients were operated on with sectioning of the tendon to the internal obturator near its insertion to the trochanter major. There was no significant pain...
Pathology of the acetabular labrum plays an increasing role in the treatment of hip pain. Hip arthroscopy has proven its clinical value as a useful procedure for successful treatment of labral tears. Until today, only a few studies have investigated the influence of articular cartilage defects on...
Standard surgical exposure reduces blood flow to the patella during total knee arthroplasty (TKA). Reduction of patellar blood flow has resulted in patellofemoral complications including osteonecrosis and patellar fracture, necessitating revision surgery. In TKA, avoiding patellar eversion is one...
In spite of improvements in cementing technique, migration of tibial component remains a problem in total knee arthroplasty. This study compares the primary stability of tibial components using two different cementing techniques with roentgen stereophotogrammetric analysis (RSA) in vitro. A total...