M. Grothues-Spork

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Injuries to vessels and nerves are very rare complications of arthroscopic meniscal surgery. The clinical development and diagnosis of such complications are described and illustrated by cases described in the literature and by two of our own cases. Typical patterns of injury are simulated by dissection of cadaver knees. To avoid neural complications in(More)
In many clinical and in vitro studies, the effect of laser radiation on meniscal tissue was examined. Clinical studies referred to clinical criteria like swelling, effusion, and pain to evaluate laser effects. In vitro studies showed the laser effect in the moment of cutting the tissue. But the effect of laser radiation on biological tissue also depends on(More)
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