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A longitudinal study of orthopaedic outcomes for severe factor‐VIII‐deficient haemophiliacs
It is hypothesized that no direct relationship exists between increasing factor dosage and orthopaedic outcomes over time and optimal therapeutic regimens for persons with haemophilia are established. Expand
Twenty‐five years' experience of prophylactic treatment in severe haemophilia A and B
It appears to be possible to prevent haemophilic arthropathy by giving effective continuous prophylaxis from an early age, and preventing the VIII:C or IX:C concentration from falling below 1% of normal. Expand
Patients with rheumatoid arthritis benefit from early 2nd line therapy: 5 year followup of a prospective double blind placebo controlled study.
The results indicate the existence of a therapeutic window in RA within the first 2 years of the disease. Expand
A radiologic classification of hemophilic arthropathy.
A new, exclusively radiologic classification of hemophilic arthropathy is based on a review of 54 patients who had had repeated radiologic examinations of all great joints before the institution of… Expand
Haemophilia prophylaxis in young patients–a long‐term follow‐up
Objectives. To review long‐term prophylactic factor treatment in young patients with severe haemophilia A and B, focusing on the orthopaedic and radiological outcome.
Spontaneous osteonecrosis of the knee: value of MR imaging in determining prognosis.
- A. Björkengren, A. Alrowaih, A. Lindstrand, H. Wingstrand, K. Thorngren, H. Pettersson
- AJR. American journal of roentgenology
- 1 February 1990
It is concluded that MR imaging in patients with spontaneous osteonecrosis of the knee may provide information of value for determining the prognosis of the disease. Expand
A long-term follow-up study of total meniscectomy in children.
- P. Abdon, M. Turner, H. Pettersson, A. Lindstrand, A. Stenström, A. J. Swanson
- Clinical orthopaedics and related research
- 1 August 1990
The long-term effects of single meniscectomy in 89 children have been analyzed at an average of 16.8 years after surgery, and only 52% or 58% had objectively satisfactory results according to the two scoring systems used. Expand
Radiographic Measurements of the Cranio-Vertebral Region
A new method of measuring vertical dislocation of the C1 and C2 vertebra in rheumatoid arthritis is presented based on the distance from the lower end plate of C2 to the palato -occipital or McGregor line, which has the advantage of giving a measurable value also in cases with advanced dislocations and an undiscernible dens. Expand
Radiologic Evaluation of the Position of the Acetabular Component of the Total Hip Prosthesis
A radiologic method used to evaluate the position of the acetabular part of the total hip prosthesis in patients operated upon with different types of prostheses. Expand
Primary musculoskeletal tumors: examination with MR imaging compared with conventional modalities.
In 176 cases of primary musculo-skeletal tumors, the informative value of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging was compared with that of plain radiographic examination, angiography, scintigraphy, and computed tomography and MR imaging was significantly better than the other modalities in all variables examined. Expand