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The prone position for elbow arthroscopy.
: Using the prone position for diagnostic and therapeutic arthroscopy improves intraoperative stability of the arm and allows the surgeon to approach the joint in a more intuitive manner. With thisExpand
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Patellofemoral arthrosis: the treatment options.
Abstract Patellofemoral arthritis is a relatively common and frequently complex problem encountered by those who treat patients with anterior knee pain. Because the pathologic conditions thatExpand
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Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: socioeconomic issues and cost effectiveness.
: Anterior cruciate ligament ruptures continue to occur in increasing numbers. These injuries and their treatment create significant social and economic problems for patients, their physicians, andExpand
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Arthroscopy of the elbow.
As our understanding of the anatomy and function of the elbow joint continues to grow and technology continues to advance, our ability to correct disorders of the elbow with arthroscopic techniquesExpand
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Prevalence of negative-pressure pulmonary edema at an orthopaedic hospital.
: Negative-pressure pulmonary edema (NPPE) occurs when a large, negative intrathoracic pressure is generated against an obstructed upper airway, causing fluid to shift into the lung interstitium.Expand
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Initial biomechanical properties of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction autografts.
: To provide more information to consider when selecting a reconstruction technique, we did a side-by-side comparison of some of the initial biomechanical properties of currently acceptedExpand
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Lower extremity problems in female athletes.
: Women are participating in sports in greater numbers than ever before. As physicians, our job is to help them enjoy and benefit from their participation by treating injuries quickly andExpand
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Clinical Evaluation of the Athlete's Shoulder.
OBJECTIVE: To describe the history and physical examination of the athlete's shoulder. BACKGROUND: The complex, highly mobile shoulder joint is very susceptible to athletic injury. A comprehensiveExpand
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