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The "forgotten joint" as the ultimate goal in joint arthroplasty: validation of a new patient-reported outcome measure.
With improving patient outcome after joint arthroplasty, new assessment tools with increased discriminatory power especially in well-performing patients are desirable. The goal of the present studyExpand
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Function, osteoarthritis and activity after ACL-rupture: 11 years follow-up results of conservative versus reconstructive treatment
ACL-reconstruction aims to restore joint stability and prevent osteoarthritis; however, malfunction and osteoarthritis are often the sequelae. Our study asks whether ACL-reconstruction orExpand
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ACL reconstruction using bone-patellar tendon-bone press-fit fixation: 10-year clinical results
Multiple techniques for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction are currently available, most of which use hardware or resorbable material for fixation of the graft inside or outside the bonyExpand
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[Knee ligament injuries].
Like no other joint of the human body the knee depends on intact ligaments. Knee instability due to ligament injuries will cause abnormal joint kinematics, and thereby is made responsible forExpand
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Association of psychological status and patient-reported physical outcome measures in joint arthroplasty: a lack of divergent validity
BackgroundPatient-reported outcome measures have become a well-recognised part of outcome assessment in orthopaedic surgery. These questionnaires claim to measure joint-specific dimensions like pain,Expand
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Factors Predicting the Forgotten Joint Score After Total Knee Arthroplasty.
BACKGROUND We recently developed the forgotten joint score 12 (FJS-12), a tool to assess joint awareness in everyday life. It is unknown whether patient factors predicting the outcome of the FJS-12Expand
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Phenotyping the knee in young non-osteoarthritic knees shows a wide distribution of femoral and tibial coronal alignment
PurposeThere is a lack of knowledge about the joint line orientation of the femur and tibia in non-osteoarthritic knees. The primary purpose of the present study was to evaluate the orientation ofExpand
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Vitamin C demand is increased after total knee arthroplasty: a double-blind placebo-controlled-randomized study
PurposeThis study was designed to determine whether perioperative supplementation of vitamin C (VC) improves range of motion (ROM) and reduces the risk of arthrofibrosis (AF) following total kneeExpand
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WOMAC, EQ-5D and Knee Society Score Thresholds for Treatment Success After Total Knee Arthroplasty.
Our study aimed at developing clinical thresholds (cut-off scores) for the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities (WOMAC) osteoarthritis index, EQ-5D and Knee Society Score for discriminatingExpand
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Tunnel placement in anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction: quality control in a teaching hospital
Correct placement of the femoral and tibial bone tunnels is decisive for a successful anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. Our method of tunnel placement was evaluated as part of qualityExpand
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