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The three-in-one procedure for extensor mechanism realignment of the knee combines lateral release, vastus medialis obliquus muscle advancement, and transfer of the medial one-third of the patellar tendon to the tibial collateral ligament. We observed 37 patients (42 knees) receiving this treatment at a minimum 25-month follow-up (range, 25 to 85 months;(More)
Using the microsphere technique bone blood flow was measured in different anatomical and functional regions in long bones in conscious dogs. The measurements were performed during physical exercise upon a treadmill, and the bone blood flow values were obtained as prework resting values after 1 and 2 hours of exercise and after 1 hour of rest. The perfusion(More)
Wound infections frequently originate from the subcutaneous tissue. The effect of gentamicin in subcutaneous tissue has, however, normally been evaluated from concentrations in blood or wound fluid. The aim of the present study was to investigate the pharmacokinetic properties of gentamicin in human subcutaneous adipose tissue by a microdialysis technique.(More)
Muscle protein synthesis (MPS) rate is determined conventionally by obtaining two or more tissue biopsies during a primed, continuous infusion of a stable isotopically labeled amino acid. The purpose of the present study was to test whether tracer priming given as a flooding dose, thereby securing an instantaneous labeling of the tissue pools of free tracee(More)
Tissue blood flow was measured by the tracer microsphere technique in the juxta-articular bones of the immature knee, knee joint capsule and skeletal muscles of the hind limbs after unilateral bone cannulation of the distal femoral epiphysis, surgical exploration of the popliteal vessels and unilateral isolated increase of venous outlet resistance in the(More)
Adipose tissue blood flow was measured by the microsphere technique in all major adipose tissue depots in dogs during exercise. The measurements were done during rest, after 1 and 2 h of exercise and after a postexercise rest period. It was found that the blood flow to the inguinal, subcutaneous adipose tissue increased from about 6 ml/(100 g . min) during(More)
  • J Bülow
  • 1982
In 6 dogs concentration differences for glycerol and FFA were measured between the aorta and the external pudendal vein, a vein which mainly drains subcutaneous adipose tissue in dogs, during prolonged exercise. It was found that the a-v differences increased about 2-fold for both glycerol and FFA, however great interindividual differences were found. In 4(More)
The blood flow of the dog urinary bladder measured by radioactive microsphere technique was compared to the clearance of locally injected 99mTechnetium pertechnate (99mTc) in the bladder wall. In semilogarithmic plots the 99mTc washout curves showed a multiexponential course. From the initial slopes (median 5.7 min) the bladder blood flow was calculated to(More)
The blood flow in the hip joint of puppies was studied by means of the microsphere technique. The flow was determined before, during and after intraarticular pressure increase. A venous tamponade of 50 mmHg resulted in a significantly reduced flow in the femoral head and after an arterial tamponade of 150 mmHg the flow almost ceased. The proximal femoral(More)
In order to investigate pathogenetic factors in growth abnormalities of the knee in hemophilic arthropathy and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, the hemodynamic changes of the knee following chronic synovial inflammation and elevated joint pressure were studied in puppies. Unilateral arthritis was induced by intraarticular injections of carrageenan solution.(More)