R P Rogalski

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A retrospective review of all malignant hand tumors seen at the University of Michigan from 1950 to 1987 demonstrated six biopsy-proven cases of neurofibrosarcoma involving the upper extremity. There were four male and two female patients; average age at presentation was 37 years and ages ranged from 15 to 63 years. All patients had a history of von(More)
A retrospective review identified 41 patients with angiodysplastic lesions of the extremities. Twenty-two patients had a mass, 11 had limb length discrepancy and/or hemihypertrophy, and two had recurrent joint effusions. Enhanced computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) were most valuable for both diagnosis and preoperative planning.(More)
Current techniques for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with patellar tendon (PT) allow a measurable tension to be applied to the graft at the time of fixation. The viscoelastic nature of the PT, however, ensures that relaxation will cause the graft tension to decrease over time. To better understand this process, a primate model was used to(More)
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