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Anatomy of the anterior cruciate ligament.
  • S. Arnoczky
  • Medicine
  • Clinical orthopaedics and related research
  • 1983
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a multifascicular structure whose femoral and tibial attachments, as well as spatial orientation within the knee, are directly related to its function as aExpand
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The anatomy and histology of the inferior glenohumeral ligament complex of the shoulder
The gross and histologic anatomy of the inferior glenohumeral ligament was studied in 11 fresh frozen cadaver shoulders. Arthroscopic observations of the joint capsule through the normal range ofExpand
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Tendon-healing in a bone tunnel. A biomechanical and histological study in the dog.
Our study evaluated tendon-to-bone healing in a dog model. Twenty adult mongrel dogs had a transplantation of the long digital extensor tendon into a 4.8-millimeter drill-hole in the proximal tibialExpand
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The cruciate ligaments of the canine stifle: an anatomical and functional analysis.
Fifty canine stifles were used to study the anatomy and function of the cruciate ligaments. The morphology of the ligaments and the shape of their bony attachments were determined by dissection. TheExpand
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Microvasculature of the human meniscus
The microvascular anatomy of the medial and lateral menisci of the human knee was investigated in 20 cadaver specimens by histology and tissue clearing (Spalteholz) techniques. It was found that theExpand
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Anatomy, histology, and vascularity of the glenoid labrum. An anatomical study.
We studied the gross, histological, and vascular anatomy of the glenoid labrum in twenty-three fresh-frozen shoulders from cadavera to demonstrate its cross-sectional anatomy, its microvascularity,Expand
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Effect of tibial plateau leveling on cranial and caudal tibial thrusts in canine cranial cruciate-deficient stifles: an in vitro experimental study.
OBJECTIVES To investigate the effect of tibial plateau leveling (TPL) on tibial subluxation and tibial axial rotation; to determine the minimal tibial plateau rotation (MinTPR) angle that providesExpand
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Correlative biomechanical and histologic study of the cranial cruciate ligament in dogs.
The mechanical properties of the cranial cruciate ligament were determined, using unilateral bone-ligament-bone preparations from 65 dogs of various ages and body sizes. Tensile loading of theExpand
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The microvasculature of the meniscus and its response to injury
The normal vascular anatomy of the menisci was inves tigated in five dogs by histology and tissue-clearing (Spalteholz) techniques. The vessels were found to originate in the perimeniscal capsularExpand
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Meniscal repair using an exogenous fibrin clot. An experimental study in dogs.
UNLABELLED To evaluate the ability of a fibrin clot to stimulate and support a reparative response in the avascular portion of the meniscus, two-millimeter-diameter full-thickness lesions in theExpand
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