Goentje Peters

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The association of a malunited clavicular fracture with a pattern of disability that includes not only pain but also impairment of shoulder function is rare. But in cases where such an association exists, correction of the clavicular deformity should be considered. We report on 4 patients with a malunited fracture of the clavicle after nonoperative(More)
Avulsion injuries of the apophysis is a problem in young athletes. A correct diagnosis is necessary for establishing the appropriate treatment and the rehabilitation program. However, it is often difficult to distinguish between a simple muscle strain and an avulsion fracture. The X-ray examination is helpful only when an ossification center of the(More)
The results of the treatment of knee instabilities are evaluated by different scoring systems including subjective and/or objective criteria. Because of their number and their different criteria a comparison between the scoring systems is still a problem. The aim of this study was to analyze 14 different scoring-systems and prove the comparison of the(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Today, laparoscopic intrafascial hysterectomy and laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy are well-accepted techniques. With our multimodal concept of laparoscopic hysterectomy for benign indications, preservation of the pelvic floor as well as reconstruction of pelvic floor structures and pre-existing prolapse situations can be(More)
BACKGROUND Breast cancer screening programs have been established worldwide and early detection of breast cancer has increased steadily. The most common way to confirm dignity of non-palpable and sonographically-occult suspicious findings on mammography is the stereotactically-guided vacuum-assisted breast biopsy PURPOSE To compare two stereotactically(More)