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Prevention of venous thromboembolism after knee arthroscopy with low-molecular weight heparin (reviparin): Results of a randomized controlled trial.
- T. Wirth, B. Schneider, +4 authors P. Griss
- Arthroscopy : the journal of arthroscopic…
- 1 April 2001
PURPOSE Deep venous thrombosis (DVT) is a common, important complication of major orthopaedic surgery, particularly knee arthroplasty. Knee arthroscopy is increasingly performed on an outpatient… Expand
Implant fixation by bone ingrowth.
The term osseointegration referred originally to an intimate contact of bone tissue with the surface of a titanium implant; the term bone ingrowth refers to bone formation within an irregular (beads,… Expand
Low-energy extracorporeal shock-wave treatment (ESWT) for tendinitis of the supraspinatus. A prospective, randomised study.
- J. Schmitt, M. Haake, A. Tosch, R. Hildebrand, B. Deike, P. Griss
- The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British…
- 1 August 2001
We have performed a controlled, randomised study to analyse the effects of low-energy shock-wave therapy (ESWT) on function and pain in tendinitis of the supraspinatus without calcification. There… Expand
Prevention of heterotopic bone formation after total hip arthroplasty: a prospective randomised study comparing postoperative radiation therapy with indomethacin medication
Abstract Heterotopic ossification (HO) after total hip arthroplasty is known to be a major complication with an impact on the functional outcome. Efforts have been made to prevent the occurrence of… Expand
Five years experience with ceramic-metal-composite hip endoprostheses
SummaryThe results of the complete and detailed clinical evaluation are compared with the original design criteria. It is shown that most of them stood the test. Those aspects which did not meet the… Expand
Early surgical treatment for congenital vertical talus
Congenital vertical talus is characterised by a dislocated talonavicular joint in association with an equinus position of the calcaneus. We report the results in 13 operated feet in 10 children, 3 of… Expand
A comparative clinical outcome evaluation of smooth (10–13 year results) versus rough surface finish (5–8 year results) in an otherwise identically designed cemented titanium alloy stem
- F. Hinrichs, M. Kuhl, U. Boudriot, P. Griss
- Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery
- 13 May 2003
BackgroundWe retrospectively compared the influence of surface finish with respect to the long-term durability of a cemented titanium alloy stem of the same design but different surface… Expand
Size and direction of hip joint forces associated with various positions of the acetabulum.
- M. Lengsfeld, A. Bassaly, U. Boudriot, T. Pressel, P. Griss
- The Journal of arthroplasty
- 1 April 2000
When total hip replacement is performed, the position of the acetabular component may affect wear and component survival time. We considered the questions: In what way does displacement of the hip… Expand
Ten- to 14-year results of a ceramic hip prosthesis.
- M. Winter, P. Griss, G. Scheller, T. Moser
- Clinical orthopaedics and related research
- 1 September 1992
One hundred total hip arthroplasties with a cementless aluminum oxide socket and ball with different types of cemented metal femoral stems were performed from 1974 to 1979. All were primary… Expand
Ceramic implant materials
AbstractsHistorically ceramics are the oldest man-made non-animal-based materials. The use of metals began some thousand of years later and plastics have only become available during the last… Expand