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Heterotopic ossification after total hip arthroplasty
Abstract. We studied 178 patients undergoing total hip arthroplasty (66 men and 112 women) retrospectively, with regard to the incidence and severity of heterotopic ossification and the significanceExpand
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Bone tissue content of TGF-β2 changes with time in human heterotopic ossification after total hip arthroplasty
Transforming growth factor beta isoforms (TGF-β1, TGF-β2, and TGF-β3) most likely play a role in bone physiology, but little is known about their relative importance in normal as well as inExpand
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Bone Formation Zones in Heterotopic Ossifications: Histologic Findings and Increased Expression of Bone Morphogenetic Protein 2 and Transforming Growth Factors ß2 and ß3
Heterotopic ossifications (HOs) formed after total endoprosthetic replacement of the hip joint were collected during revision surgery (n = 7). Tissues collected during regular hip arthroplasty (n =Expand
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Inter-observer reliability in the assessment of heterotopic ossification: proposal of a combined classification
We applied four published classifications for assessment of heterotopic ossification after total hip arthroplasty (Arcq, Brooker, DeLee and Della Valle [1, 2, 5, 6]. The average incidence ofExpand
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Bone healing models in rat tibia after different injuries.
AIMS Gradual elaboration of an adequate and efficient multistage method for experimental remodelling of specific wound healing process--bone repair. Comparison of clinical characteristics with theExpand
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Lack of a central role for osteoprogenitor cells from the femoral canal in heterotopic ossification of the hip: an experimental study in a rat model.
We have developed an animal model to examine the formation of heterotopic ossification using standardised muscular damage and implantation of a beta-tricalcium phosphate block into a hip capsulotomyExpand
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Validity of five foot and ankle specific electronic patient-reported outcome (ePRO) instruments in patients undergoing elective orthopedic foot or ankle surgery.
BACKGROUND Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) are widely accepted measures for evaluating outcomes of surgical interventions. As patient-reported information is stored in electronic health records, itExpand
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Minimal important change for the visual analogue scale foot and ankle (VAS-FA).
BACKGROUND Visual analogue scale foot and ankle (VAS-FA) is a patient-reported outcome measure for foot and ankle disorders. The VAS-FA is validated into several languages and well adopted into use.Expand
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Knee joint replacement as primary treatment for proximal tibial fractures: analysis of clinical results of twenty-two patients with mean follow-up of nineteen months
Purpose Proximal tibial fractures are typically treated with osteosynthesis. In older patients, this method has been reported to be associated with a high complication rate, risk of post-traumaticExpand
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Laboratory Investigations Bone Formation Zones in Heterotopic Ossifications: Histologic Findings and Increased Expression of Bone Morphogenetic Protein 2 and Transforming Growth Factors ß2 and ß3
Heterotopic ossifications (HOs) formed after total endoprosthetic replacement of the hip joint were collected during revision surgery (n = 7). Tissues col- lected during regular hip arthroplasty (n =Expand
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