C A Leukens

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The integrity of the posterior cruciate ligament is necessary for the stability of the knee. The popliteus tendon is a promising, practical, and anatomical donor for reconstructing the posterior cruciate ligament. The procedure can be performed relatively easily using a posterolateral Henderson incision in association with the standard anteromedial(More)
A 29-year-old man with coccidioidomycosis of the tarsal bones and toxic reactions to intravenous Amphotericin B was treated by surgical curettage and local suction-irrigation system of Amphotericin B. The patient responded to treatment and was free of disease 2 years later. Local suction-irrigation with Amphotericin B may be a valuable adjunct in the(More)
The combination of a glove made of an expanded polytetrafluoroethylene membrane-based laminate and silver sulfadiazine cream was evaluated as a treatment for burned hands. Eight patients who had burns averaging 25% total body surface area and who had 11 extensive partial thickness hand burns (2% total body surface area) were treated with an average of 17(More)
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