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The study, diagnosis, and treatment of subluxations or dislo cations of the peroneal tendons has received little attention in the orthopaedic literature and has long been an enigma to the orthopaedic surgeon. This study reviews literature regarding this problem, and evaluates a group of patients...
This paper evaluates 420 ski injuries occurring in Northern Sweden in 1977. Our main aim was to correlate knee injuries with types of skiing and to note a change in incidence with evolution of equipment. Fifty-eight lesions (13.8%) affected the knee joint which is about the same frequency as 10...
There is still considerable difference of opinion as to the advisability of reconstructing the anterior cruciate ligament in chronic rotatory instability. This paper presents a simple method of anterior cruciate reconstruction using the semiten dinosus tendon in 12 cases of chronic combined...
The authors performed 396 knee arthroscopies on athletic patients under general or spinal anesthesia. One hundred-fifty patients underwent arthroscopy after a careful history and physical examination. The clinical diagnosis was correct in 97 patients, correct but incomplete in 25 patients, and...
Forty two patients with functionally incapacitating 2+ or 3+ anterior instability underwent anterior cruciate ligament sub stitution using a meniscus (25 patients) or central third of the patellar tendon (17 patients). Subjective and objective evalua tions were personally performed on all...
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