Kisaburo Sakakida

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Rotational alignement of the lower limbs in 43 patients with osteoarthritis of the knee was measured by computerized tomography. Eighty-four limbs were classified in three subsets, patellofemoral osteoarthritis (subset P), medial femorotibial osteoarthritis (subset M) and lateral femorotibial osteoarthritis (subset L). The femorotibial angle of subset M was(More)
This experimental study was undertaken in mice to investigate the procedures for storage of allogenic cancellous bone. Cancellous grafts were were stored at −80° C, −196° C or freeze dried. Grafts were implanted into a defect in the recipient's femur and after one week the cellular kinetic activity was analysed by autoradiography. For immunological study,(More)
This study was undertaken to examine the fate of articular cartilage in isogenic half-joint grafts implanted after storage by two-stage freezing. The antigenicity was evaluated quantitatively with regard to humoral and cellular immunological responses: none was seen in allogenic cartilage grafts. In the half-joint transplantations, the antigenicity of the(More)
Since 1970, an external skeletal fixation method using methyl methacrylate is developed. All the external material (screws — wires) is connected after reduction, with methyl-methacrylate. This procedure gives a more stable fixation than any other conventional external skeletal fixation and was applied to more than one hundred cases of internal fixation(More)
The mechanism of repair of injuries to articular cartilage of the distal femur in young, young adult and adult rats was investigated using 3H-Thymidine autoradiography and microscopic observation. It was found that in young rats the defect was repaired by the reactive proliferation of the cartilage cells, that in the young adult rats the wound was repaired(More)
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