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K Mladenov, U von Deimling
OBJECTIVE: Restoration of a congruent, stable, mobile hip joint with normal function. INDICATIONS: Persistent acetabular dysplasia of congenital or neuromuscular origin in children with still open triradiate cartillage. CONTRAINDICATIONS: Age under 18 months, closed triradiate cartilage, femoral head deformity. SURGICAL TECHNIQUE: Incomplete supraacetabular transiliac osteotomy, the correction is performed by reshaping the acetabulum taking advantage of the inherent flexibility of the triradiate cartilage and the periacetabular bone...
October 2013: Operative Orthopädie und Traumatologie
Gordana Devecerski, Snezana Tomasević, Mirko Teofilovski, Milica Lazović, Ljubica Konstantinović, Petar Vuleković
INTRODUCTION: Osteoarthritis is characterized by the breakdown and loss of joint cartillage, increased bone density just underneath the cartillage and bone hypertrophy on the edges of the joint surfaces. The aim of the study was to determine the age and sex distribution, as well as the incidence of metabolic and endocrine diseases in patients with osteoarthritis. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The research included 347 patients hospitalized at the Clinic for Medical Rehabilitation in Novi Sad during 2005...
2006: Medicinski Pregled
L Pasa, S Kalandra, I Melichar, A Bilik, R Suchomel
AIM: The authors present a restrospective assessment of acute traumatic patellar luxation. MATERIAL: From 1999 to 2003, the authors treated 57 patients with acute traumatic patellar luxations, including 36 females and 21 males, the age range was 16-40 years. In cases of marked lateralization of the patella, the injured medial retinaculum was sutured under arthroscopic control. Furthermore, should the lateralization persist, lateral release of the patella was conducted...
October 2006: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
S Raza, L Asrar, N Oyetunji, M Al Belaihi, A Kakaria
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April 2004: JPMA. the Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association
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May 1951: Khirurgiia
J Samson-Zakrzewski, A Gendaszyk-Tiszer, E Kapała
The paper describes improved fronto-anterior reconstructive laryngectomy using liberated specifically pediculated and lowered glottis to replace the removed anterior segment of the thyroid cartilage. The very technique as well as its advantages are discussed. The main advantage of the method is that it makes use of the pediculates, well vasculated glottal cartilage covered with cilliar epithelium preserving the physiological direction of the cilliar movement. The cartillage is significantly thicker than the free nasal septum cartilage transplant used until recently...
1998: Otolaryngologia Polska
V Stanescu, P Maroteaux, E Sobczak
Proteoglycans extracted by 4 M guanidinium chloride from different cartilages and vertebral discs of young baboons (Papio papio) were purified by ion-exchange chromatography and assessed by gel electrophoresis. Proteoglycans fractionated by equilibrium density gradient centrifugation under 'dissociative' conditions were similarly purified and assessed. (1) Non-fractionated proteoglycans from articular, nasal, laryngeal, tracheal, costal, vertebral plate and ear cartilage and from anulus fibrosus gave three metachromatic bands on gel electrophoresis: two broad, closely running bands (I and II) and a faster, more discrete band (III)...
May 7, 1980: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta
N Katsura, E A Davidson
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May 26, 1966: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta
T E Hardingham, H Muir
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September 15, 1972: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta
J Gerwat, D P Bryce
Traumatic injury to the trachea most commonly results in separation of the trachea from the cricoid cartillage. In severe cases, this injury is complicated by an esophageal injury that is seriously complicated by a tracheoesophageal fistula. The repair of such a fistula is a prime priority. Surgical repair of the tracheal injury must be associated with esophageal repair and this is best accomplished by the interposition of the sternothyroid muscles between the trachea and the esophagus to strengthen the esophageal repair...
January 1975: Archives of Otolaryngology
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