Flemming Møller-Larsen

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In a prospective, double-blind controlled study we have compared the prophylactic efficacy against deep vein thrombosis of low-dose heparin + dihydroergotamine (A), low molecular weight heparin + dihydroergotamine (B) and placebo (C). A total of three hundred and fifty-six patients undergoing total hip replacement were randomized into three groups and 316(More)
Two hundred consecutive patients with arthrographically verified rupture of one or both of the lateral ankle ligaments were allocated to treatment with either an operation and a walking cast, walking cast alone, or strapping with an inelastic tape - all for 5 weeks. Eighty-seven percent of the patients attended follow-up after 1 year. Only 5 percent in each(More)
In a prospective, double-blind, controlled study, we compared the antithrombotic efficacy of low-dose heparin with dihydroergotamine (A), low-molecular-weight heparin with dihydroergotamine (B), and placebo (C). Two hundred and thirteen patients surgically treated for fractures of the hip were randomly divided into three groups. One hundred and sixty-one(More)
The effect on cell-mediated cytotoxicity of surgery and anesthesia for removal of a primary malignant melanoma was studied in 47 patients. The cytotoxic ability of peripheral blood lymphocytes has been investigated using 2 melanoma cell lines or 2 leukemia cell lines as target cells, with or without addition of interferon or specific antibodies. The(More)
Forty comminuted or unstable fractures of the femoral shaft were treated by closed intramedullary reaming and locked nailing. Twenty-four fractures were severely comminuted, and the other 16, in the distal or proximal third of the shaft, were classified as unstable. At 12 to 30 months postoperatively all the fractures had healed. Three patients had lateral(More)
In a prospective, double-blind, controlled study, we compared the antithrombotic efficacy of low-dose heparin with dihydroergotamine (A), low-molecular-weight heparin with dihydroergotamine (B), and placebo (C). Two hundred and thirteen patients surgically treated for fractures of the hip were randomly divided into three groups. One hundred and sixty-one(More)
A total of 50 melanoma patients free of distant metastatic disease and 54 healthy controls were analyzed for circulating immune complexes (cIC) and complement split product (C3d), using solid-phase C1q-anti-IgG radio-immunoassay (RIA), C1q-protein A RIA, and anti-C3d anti-IgG RIA for cIC detection. No significant differences in cIC and C3d levels could be(More)
A unilateral patellar malalignment was induced in 20 young and 20 mature rabbits by lateral displacement of the tibial tuberosity, the other knee serving as osteotomized in situ control. At 6 weeks, all the knees appeared macroscopically normal, but histologically definite cartilage degeneration was found on the experimental side. At 3 months, macroscopic(More)