Manuel Geyer

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In alpine skiing various mechanisms of injury to the anterior cruciate ligament have been described. External rotation-flexion-valgus stress and hyper-extension are considered the classic mechanisms. Rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament without falling has rarely been reported. In ski racers competing in the World Cup downhill races an accumulation of(More)
We developed a subjective shoulder rating system (SSRS) and tested its reliability against a recognized system (Constant-Murley Score) and a four-point verbal rating scale in 200 patients (mean age 43 years, range 18-71 years; 83 women and 117 men; 48 anterior shoulder reconstructions, 123 subacromial decompressions, 29 manipulations under anesthesia).(More)
Male sterility induced by the cytoplasm of Triticum timopheevii Zhuk. has shown potential for hybrid seed production in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). As hybrids produced by this method are often partially sterile, fertility restoration is crucial for implementing this technology in breeding practice. Several restorer genes were identified, of which(More)
Overuse syndromes in the lower extremity are a frequent problem in athletics, especially in jumping events. Athletes notice a comfortable support by using ankle taping without restriction of their performance. Up to now no objective data is available about efficiency of taping against overpronation which is frequent in high jumping. In high jumping without(More)
From 1987 until July 1991 70 athletes with stress reactions or stress fractures were treated in the orthopaedic department of the Hannover Medical School. The average age of the 42 male and 28 female athletes was 22.6 years. The number of athletes involved in track and field sports was 29 (41.4%), in gymnastics 9 (12.9%) and in soccer 5 (7.1%). The most(More)
In six ballet dancers with overuse syndromes of the foot a study on the effect of taping on stabilisation, proprioception and muscular activity was performed. By using synchronous surface electromyography and 3-dimensional motion analysis three standard ballet positions without and with applied tape were performed. Muscular activities of pronator muscles(More)
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