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Between 1973 and 1982 forty-six fractures of the base of the fifth metatarsal, distal to the tuberosity, were treated and followed for a mean of forty months (range, six to 108 months). Roentgenographic criteria were used to define three types of fractures: acute fractures characterized by a narrow fracture line and absence of intramedullary sclerosis;(More)
Bovine stifle joints were utilized for the application of electrothermal energy in arthroscopic surgical procedures. The anatomy of the bovine stifle joint was comparable to that of the human knee and proved to be a suitable model for arthroscopic surgery. Partial and total meniscectomies were performed in vitro and in situ on cadaveric stifle joints using(More)
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