Carlo Henning

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BACKGROUND Rupture of the tibialis anterior tendon is an uncommon disorder that can cause a substantial functional deficit as a result of loss of ankle dorsiflexion strength. We are not aware of any reports on a large clinical series of patients undergoing surgical repair of this injury. METHODS Nineteen tibialis anterior tendon ruptures were surgically(More)
Serum concentration determinations of netilmicin obtained with bioassay and the enzyme multiplied immunoassay technique were compared. There was no statistically significant difference between the precision of the two techniques (P greater than 0.05). When clinical serum was used, a systematic error was demonstrated between the enzyme multiplied immunoassay(More)
BACKGROUND Calcaneal fracture malunion may evolve into arthrosis and severe foot deformities. The aim of this study was to identify differences in bony union following corrective subtalar arthrodesis with interposition of autologous tricortical bone graft or freeze-dried bovine xenograft. METHODS We prospectively evaluated 12 patients who underwent(More)
The hallux valgus is a pathologic condition in the forefoot that often causes pain and functional limitations. Assessing all deformity components, such as the distal metatarsal articular angle (DMAA) is essential to hallux valgus treatment. Nevertheless, interobserver agreement of DMAA is poor on plain radiographs. The present study compared computed(More)
The properties of tissue cage fluid in a steel net tissue cage model in rabbits were compared to those of serum by determination of the protein profile, the cell contents, and the pharmacokinetics of125I albumin,3H sucrose and3H fusidic acid. The dominating serum proteins demonstrated by crossed immunoelectrophoresis were also detected in tissue cage fluid(More)
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