J Rodineau

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There are several types of lesions of the talus, including non united fractures and true osteochondritis in adolescents. This article focuses on lesions of the dome of the talus having a large subchondral necrotic zone. The etiology of these lesions is unclear. Even when they result from trauma, this may not be the sole cause. Thirty-three similar cases(More)
The authors have observed 23 cases of painful and unstable shoulders in athlets which could be related to unknown recurrent dislocations. The diagnosis was based on a radiological study demonstrating a deformity of the humeral upper extremity and of the glenoid. The patients were incapacited and had often been treated for "tendinitis". Most of the cases(More)
The authors have compared the results obtained in 76 cases of rupture of the tendo Achillis treated conservatively with a previously published series of cases treated surgically. The same assessment of the results was used. The main complication of surgical treatment was skin necrosis; the main complication of conservative treatment was recurrent rupture.(More)
Achilles tendinitis is particularly frequent in athletes. In fact, this entity is made up of various anatomical lesions located in Achilles tendon or at the point where it is attached to the calcaneum. The diagnosis is basically clinical, and it is confirmed by carefully selected paraclinical examinations. Management essentially relies on rest associated(More)
Proteolytic enzymes originated from carica papaya, injected extra durally in the lumbar intervertebral disc of 80 patients suffering from intractable root pain due to herniated discs, led to 85% of satisfactory results as far as root pain is concerned. Strong motivation and appropriate deals with residual lumbar pain which was absent or kept under control(More)
A recent surge of interest for tennis has given rise to an increased incidence of injuries to the N. suprascapularis. The early symptoms of this pathology are often missed, leading subsequently to a chronic condition, including an irreversible trauma to the nerve. Nevertheless, through the study of three groups of professional tournament players, we were(More)