P Schlepckow

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In an in vitro study we collected data relating to three-dimensional kinematics and stability patterns in 40 knee joint specimens. The specimens were tested in an apparatus: the femur was flexed on a fixed transverse axis, while a freely mobile tibial assembly allowed measurement of all passive translational and rotational movements. Translational forces,(More)
The possibility of reconstructing a massive rotator cuff rupture with a free graft of the triceps tendon or the coracoacromial ligament was tested experimentally in an anatomical and biophysical cadaver investigation. After dissection of the rotator cuff, a section of the supraspinatus tendon was removed to simulate a defect in the cuff. In dissection of(More)
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