Keld L Bak

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Presellar extension of the bone window combined with removal of the sellar floor results in the transsphenoidal supradiaphragmatic intradural approach. One tuberculum sella meningioma and another suprasellar Rathke's cleft cyst confined to the pituitary stalk were removed via this approach. The presellar extension of the bone window was performed with the(More)
To evaluate differences in shoulder strength and range of motion between painful and pain-free shoulders we examined two matched groups of athletes. Fifteen competitive swimmers were allocated to two groups. Group 1 consisted of seven swimmers with unilateral shoulder pain related to swimming (Neer and Welsh phase I to II). The control group (Group 2)(More)
We present the first results from quantum-chemical calculation of a vibrational g-factor; the calculations were performed at the level of full configuration interaction using a basis set of aug-cc-pVQZ quality. The theoretical results are consistent with experimental results from analysis of pure rotational and vibration-rotational spectra of dihydrogen in(More)
During the transsphenoidal approach (TSA), the proper sellar floor reconstruction plays an important role in the surgical results. The authors have evaluated the usefulness of a silicone as a substitute for bone splint in sellar floor reconstruction. Silicone plates were used in 10 patients who had 7 pituitary adenomas, 2 Rathke's cleft cysts, and 1(More)
We developed a simple method to measure the anterior-posterior (AP) translation of the shoulder joint: by positioning the Donjoy Knee Laxity Tester horizontally over the shoulder girdle, the AP translation was measured after applying a standardized sagittal force. Measurement of AP-translation during two tests on the same shoulder was reproducible with an(More)
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