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A new surgical procedure for iatrogenic hallux varus: reverse transfer of the abductor hallucis tendon: a report of 7 cases.
Iatrogenic hallux varus is a possible complication of hallux valgus surgery following Mc Bride or Scarf osteotomy, with or without Akin osteotomy of the first phalanx. It may also occur followingExpand
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Technique and early experience with posterior arthroscopic tibiotalocalcaneal arthrodesis.
Tibiotalocalcaneal arthrodesis is indicated for pain relief in patients with combined arthritis of the ankle and subtalar joint. An arthroscopic posterior approach was designed to improve uponExpand
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Medium term follow-up of the AES ankle prosthesis: High rate of asymptomatic osteolysis.
BACKGROUND The AES (Ankle Evolutive System) is a cobalt-chromium three-component ankle prosthesis with a hydroxyapatite coating, similar to the Buechel-Pappas ankle prosthesis, but with someExpand
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Isoparaffinic solvent-induced nephrotoxicity in the rat.
Prolonged inhalation exposure to 6.5 mg/l of an isoparaffinic solvent consisting of saturated aliphatic hydrocarbons (SAHC) resulted in both functional and morphological renal changes in male rats toExpand
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Muscle regeneration induced by cells autografted in adult rats.
Right triceps surae of 3-week-old Wistar rats were minced and devitalized with liquid nitrogen, a treatment which completely inhibits their ability to regenerate when they are orthotopicallyExpand
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Comparative study of the acute lung toxicity of pure cobalt powder and cobalt-tungsten carbide mixture in rat.
Alveolitis progressing to lung fibrosis has been reported in workers exposed to cobalt containing dust (e.g., tungsten carbide-cobalt mixture as produced by the hard metal industry) but rarelyExpand
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Twelve patients with severe malaria treated with partial exchange transfusion. Comparison between mathematically predicted and observed effect on parasitaemia.
Imported malaria is increasing in Western countries, which results in considerable morbidity and mortality, the latter mainly due to delayed diagnosis and treatment. Partial exchange transfusion hasExpand
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Arthrodesis After Failed Total Ankle Replacement
Background: The literature on salvage procedures for failed total ankle replacement (TAR) is sparse. We report a series of 17 patients who had a failed TAR converted to a tibiotalar or aExpand
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Posterior arthroscopic subtalar arthrodesis: ten cases at one-year follow-up.
BACKGROUND Isolated subtalar arthrodesis is the treatment of choice for several conditions -mostly subtalar arthritis, tarsal coalition and posterior tibial tendon dysfunction- unresponsive toExpand
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