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OBJECTIVE The aim of this retrospective study was to analyze the long-term results of primary repair of median and ulnar nerve lesions. Clinical influence factors for nerve reconstruction were investigated. Furthermore, current score systems were inquired and evaluated on their effectiveness to illustrate the success of repair. PATIENTS AND METHOD(More)
Identifying spinal instability is an important aim for proper surgical treatment. Analysis of functional X-ray images delivers measurements of the range of motion (RoM) and the center of rotation (CoR). In today's practice, CoR determination is often omitted, due to the lack of accurate methods. The aim of this work was to investigate the accuracy of a new(More)
Clivus fractures are highly uncommon. The classification by Corradino et al. divides the different lesions in longitudinal, transverse and oblique fractures. Longitudinal types are associated with the highest mortality rate between 67 – 80%. Clivus fractures are often found after high velocity trauma, especially traffic accidents and falls. The risk of(More)
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