Lucien C M Keijser

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We report the long-term results of the Matti-Russe operation for pseudarthrosis of the scaphoid in 100 cases, reported previously by Mulder in 1968. Clinical results for 77 patients and radiographic data for 74 were reviewed at 22 to 34.8 years after surgery. In general, there was satisfactory relief of pain and stiffness but some patients had limitation of(More)
Surgical treatment of giant cell tumor of bone has always been a difficult problem because of its local aggressive behavior. Oncologic results and functional outcome are reported here in a retrospective study of 36 patients, treated by various surgical procedures. The average age at the time of diagnosis was 34 years, and the median follow-up period was 7(More)
BACKGROUND Benign and low-grade malignant bone tumours are generally treated with intralesional curettage. At microscopic level tumour cells are left behind and may be responsible for a recurrence. Therefore adjuvant local treatment is necessary. METHOD By spraying liquid nitrogen into the remaining cavity, tumour cells are frozen very rapidly. Ice(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Fibrous dysplasia of bone is difficult to manage because of its variable clinical course with many different methods of treatment reported. Therefore we report on our experience. METHODS We reviewed a series of 20 patients with 32 lesions included. The average age at the time of diagnosis was 32 years for monostotic disease, 26(More)
BACKGROUND The selection of presentations at orthopedic meetings is an important process. If the peer reviewers do not consistently agree on the quality score, the review process is arbitrary and open to bias. The aim of this study was: (1) to describe the inter-reviewer agreement of a previously designed scoring scheme to rate abstracts submitted for(More)
It is hypothesized that cryosurgically treated bone defects are inappropriate host sites for cancellous bone grafting. The influence of autologous cancellous bone grafting on the healing of cryosurgically treated gap defects of long bones was investigated. A unilateral in vivo experiment was done to study bone strength and graft incorporation in the goat.(More)
In the summer of 1989 a screening campaign for skin cancer was organized along part of the beach in the western region of The Netherlands, using a mobile trailer. On 4 consecutive Saturdays, 3,069 individuals were examined. A total of 65 individuals with a suspected lesion were found and referred to their general practitioner. The compliance with referral(More)
Cryosurgery is an established adjuvant treatment of bone tumors which reduces the local recurrence rate. In this study, cryosurgical experiments were carried out in rabbits to study the temperature field, the extent of necrosis, and the revitalization process in order to optimize treatment. Intramedullary freezing of long bones with a closed liquid nitrogen(More)
New insert types have been developed to improve clinical and functional outcome in mobile bearing (MB-TKA) and fixed bearing total knee arthroplasty (FB-TKA). A prospective single blinded randomised controlled clinical trial was performed to evaluate 2 types of MB-TKA inserts and 2 types of FB-TKA inserts of the Genesis II prosthesis (Smith & Nephew) in 146(More)
We report the long-term results of the Matti-Russe operation for pseudarthrosis of the scaphoid in 100 cases, reported previously by Mulder in 1968. Clinical results for 77 patients and radiographic data for 74 were reviewed at 22 to 34.8 years after surgery. In general, there was satisfactory relief of pain and stiffness but some patients had limitation of(More)