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L R Gongadze
Epiphyses of long tubular bones in the man and animals of various age, as well as experimental material of the adjuvant arthritis, with special reference to the basal part of the articular cartilage have been studied by means of histological, histochemical and histometrical methods. The structural-chemical organization of the basophilic line (tidemark) of the articular cartilage ensures its barrier role and participation in regulating selective permeability. Reconstruction of the tidemark in the process of physiological ageing and in cases of the articular pathology is aimed to preserve its integrity and in this way a complete differentiation of the noncalcified and calcified structures is secured...
April 1987: Arkhiv Anatomii, Gistologii i émbriologii
E Trinchi, G Tarolli
The Authors discussed the problem of femoral over intracondylar structures, that industrial and highway accidents have increased we consider as necessary a perfect anatomical repair of articular surfaces, in order to avoid any rigidity or secondary artrosys. It's considered essential on such purpose surgical reconstruction, which, thanks to new methods and antibiotics it's to be considerate much more sure than once. After short recollection of functional anatomy one stops on surgical treatment adopted at the orthopedic clinic of Verona, separated office of Padua University, and reporting at the end obtained results in 18 cases of such fractures...
0: La Clinica Ortopedica
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