Jens Ole Storm

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Arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction is a painful procedure requiring intensive postoperative pain management. Femoral nerve block is widely used in ACL surgery. However, femoral nerve block does not cover the donor site of the hamstring tendons. Local infiltration analgesia is a simple technique that has proven effective in(More)
The treatment of patients with larger bone defects due to infections, trauma or tumours is a challenge in orthopaedic surgery. In 1986 Alain Charles Masquelet introduced a new technique using a two-step procedure, in which cement and bone-graft is used to reconstruct the defect. The Masquelet procedure is an effective alternative to methods formerly used in(More)
INTRODUCTION Can junior doctors in orthopaedic surgery interpret magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans of the scaphoid bone and thereby avoid that patients undergo unnecessary immobilization and repeated controls? MATERIAL AND METHODS Patients suspected of having a fracture of the scaphoid bone and with a negative x-ray were included in the study. The(More)
INTRODUCTION Triage nurse requested x-rays reduce waiting-time in the emergency department. Does triage nurse requested x-rays in the emergency department save time for patients with a defined group of low-energy injuries without compromising treatment quality or patient satisfaction? MATERIAL AND METHODS Analysis of data from a randomized study including(More)
Complete proximal hamstring tendon rupture is a rare injury which untreated can lead to reduced strength, pain and dysaesthesia corresponding to the sciatic nerve. We report a case of complete hamstring tendon rupture in a 50 year-old woman who was treated with surgical reinsertion of the tendon to the ischial tuberosity. Surgical repair should be(More)
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