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Results of the modified Brunelli tenodesis for treatment of scapholunate instability: a retrospective study of 19 patients.
- Jean-François Chabas, A. Gay, D. Valenti, D. Guinard, R. Legré
- The Journal of hand surgery
- 1 November 2008
PURPOSE Management of chronic scapholunate (SL) instability without osteoarthritis remains controversial. In order to recreate an SL interosseous linkage, some surgeons opt for a limited wrist… Expand
Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3) Improves Myelination and Recovery after Nerve Injury
Previously, we demonstrated i) that ergocalciferol (vitamin D2) increases axon diameter and potentiates nerve regeneration in a rat model of transected peripheral nerve and ii) that cholecalciferol… Expand
Total wrist arthroplasty with Destot prostheses in patients with posttraumatic arthritis.
PURPOSE To analyze the functional and radiologic results after Destot arthroplasty, a wrist prosthesis designed for posttraumatic arthritis, and to define the indications for the use of the implant.… Expand
Illusory movements prevent cortical disruption caused by immobilization
We used functional magnetic resonance imaging to investigate whether it is possible to prevent this reorganization by compensating for the lack of actual kinesthetic perception with illusory movements induced by "neuromimetic" proprio-tactile feedback that is artificially delivered during immobilization. Expand
[Botulinum toxin type A contribution in the treatment of Raynaud's phenomenon due to systemic sclerosis].
- J. Serri, R. Legré, V. Veit, C. Guardia, A. Gay
- Annales de chirurgie plastique et esthetique
AIMS Raynaud's phenomenon is a vasospastic disorder of the extremities that can lead, in the hands, to pain, disability, ischemic ulcers and digital chronic ischemia. Medical and surgical current… Expand
Vitamin D2 potentiates axon regeneration.
To date, the use of autograft tissue remains the "gold standard" technique for repairing transected peripheral nerves. However, the recovery is suboptimal, and neuroactive molecules are required. In… Expand
Nosocomial Infections with Aeromonas hydrophila from Leeches.
- C. Sartor, Frédérique Limouzin-Perotti, +4 authors M. Drancourt
- Clinical infectious diseases : an official…
- 1 July 2002
The manner in which leeches are maintained before they are used for therapy has not been studied as a factor contributing to nosocomial infections. A 5-year retrospective survey of Aeromonas… Expand
Emergency versus delayed repair of severe brachial plexus injuries.
- G. Magalon, J. Bordeaux, R. Legré, J. Aubert
- Clinical orthopaedics and related research
- 1 December 1988
Emergency or early surgery for brachial plexus injury is advisable because emergency nerve surgery is technically easier and because the overall results are better. In cases involving vascular… Expand
Tissue expansion of the lower limb: complications in a cohort of 103 cases.
- D. Casanova, D. Bali, J. Bardot, R. Legré, G. Magalon
- British journal of plastic surgery
- 1 June 2001
Over 10 years we performed 103 skin-expansion procedures and placed 207 prostheses on lower limbs, using the same surgical protocol. In 83 cases (80.6%) the expansion was achieved without… Expand
Proprioceptive feedback enhancement induced by vibratory stimulation in complex regional pain syndrome type I: an open comparative pilot study in 11 patients.
- A. Gay, S. Parratte, +4 authors J. Roll
- Joint, bone, spine : revue du rhumatisme
- 1 October 2007
OBJECTIVE Complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS-I) is now considered as a central nervous system disease with peripheral manifestations. CRPS-I may result from a mismatch between sensory input… Expand