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One hundred-eighty players in a male, senior soccer division were examined for past injuries, persisting symptoms from past injuries, and muscular tightness in the lower extremities. Soccer players were in general less flexible than a group of nonplayers of the same age (n = 86). No correlation...
This review retrospectively analyzes a group of pa tients with chronic posterior cruciate insufficiency who were treated surgically with transfer of the medial head of the gastrocnemius muscle. Our indications, technique, and the results of this surgery are presented. Twenty-one patients (21...
Seventy patients who underwent primary repair of the anterior cruciate ligament are reviewed in follow-up. The surgical technique consisted of multiple loop- varying depth sutures in both cruciate stumps in 61 patients. Nine patients had additional fascial augmen tation done primarily. Follow-up...
Stress fractures of the great toe sesamoids have not been previously confirmed as a clinical entity. In this report, we present four such cases, and document the diagnosis by histological sections. All of the patients had experienced the insidious onset of activity-related forefoot pain, and had...
The microvascular anatomy of the medial and lateral menisci of the human knee was investigated in 20 cadaver specimens by histology and tissue clearing (Spalteholz) techniques. It was found that the menisci are supplied by branches of the lateral, medial, and middle genicular arteries. A...
The relative accuracy of the Lachman test and the anterior drawer sign was compared in 107 knee joints with ruptures of the anterior cruciate ligament. In examining an acutely injured knee in a patient without anesthesia, the Lachman test was superior to the anterior drawer sign, but, in chronic...
Many conditions are associated with abdominal cal cifications, but few cause acute abdominal pain in a previously healthy person. This report describes a large calcified pelvic mass that required surgical in tervention.
This report presents the early results of a new tech nique, using a solid-state transducer intracompart mental (STIC) catheter, developed to measure dy namic pressure changes in the anterior compartment of the leg in patients with exercise-induced anterior compartment syndrome. Nine male...
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