Michel Arcand

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PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to determine, first, if there is measurable deficit in proprioception in an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)-deficient knee, either compared to the contralateral knee or external controls; second, if this deficit, if present, improves after ACL reconstruction; and third, if improvement occurs, what the time course of(More)
The symptomatic rotator cuff-deficient, arthritic glenohumeral joint poses a complex problem for the orthopaedic surgeon. Surgical management can be facilitated by classifying the disorder in one of three diagnostic categories: (1) rotator cuff-tear arthropathy, (2) rheumatoid arthritic shoulder with cuff deficiency, or (3) degenerative arthritic(More)
The purpose of this study was to assess the results of revision subacromial decompression and identify clinical and psychological factors that influence its outcome. Thirty-five patients with intact rotator cuffs who underwent surgery for recurrent stage II impingement were studied at a mean follow-up time of 43 months post-surgery. Twenty-seven patients(More)
Ten canine anterior cruciate ligaments (ACLs) were harvested while preserving their bony attachments. Specimens were stained using a modified gold chloride technique, divided into thirds, and serially sliced at 0.5 microns. The slides were viewed to count the mechanoreceptors present. The average numbers of receptors found were: proximal 67, middle 43, and(More)
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