Maarten Eeftinck Schattenkerk

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In this study we describe the potential role of autologous platelet gel and fibrin sealant in unilateral total knee arthroplasty to improve the postoperative range of motion and to reduce the incidence of arthrofibrosis. Total knee arthroplasty is often associated with a considerable amount of post-operative blood loss. Persistent limited motion directly(More)
In 35 patients with lunatomalacia, radial shortening (20 cases) was compared with ulnar lengthening (15 cases) 5 (1-14) years postoperatively. There was no radiographic evidence of recovery of the architecture of the lunate bone. The time of consolidation of the osteotomy with screw and plate fixation averaged 3 months after radial shortening and 4 months(More)
A case of massive retrogastric bleeding from a neurofibroma arising from the gastric wall is described. The tumour was removed without opening the gastric mucosa. The possibility of neurofibroma should be borne in mind when there is unexplained bleeding from the digestive tract or the intraperitoneal or retroperitoneal space, particularly in patients with(More)
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