T. Vögele

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PURPOSE To evaluate the usefulness of a low field MRI system (0.2T; Esaote, Biomedica) for the evaluation of meniscal tears with regard to anatomic site, and to compare the results with findings from a high field unit (1.5T; Siemens, Erlangen). MATERIAL AND METHODS MRI was performed in 25 patients in a low field (0.2T; Esaote, Biomedica), and a high field(More)
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES The authors evaluate the role of low-field strength magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) compared with sonography in the evaluation of degenerative changes of tendons, with histologic correlation, based on investigations of horse cadavers. METHODS Low-field MRI and sonography was performed in 42 hours specimens for the evaluation of(More)
18 perilunate dislocations and fracture-dislocations were treated at the Trauma Center of the Vienna General Hospital during the period from 1992 to 1995. Only five cases were treated without surgery. 15 of these 18 patients returned for follow-up after an average of 16 months. In ten cases good results were achieved. Radiologically, eight patients were(More)
Anatomical dedicated low-field-strength MR imaging (non-whole-body-systems) has been developed for examinations of the peripheral joints. It has several advantages compared to high-field-strength MR imaging (whole-body-systems). The dimensions are small, the noise is not as bad as in whole body systems and people do not suffer of claustrophobic attacks.(More)
Grundlagen: Die Entwicklung eines intramedullären Nagels zur Stabilisierung distaler Femurfrakturen in retrograder Technik war ein wesentlicher Beitrag in der Behandlung dieser sehr schwierig zu versorgenden Knochenbrüche. Der SCN (Supracondylar Nail) ist eine Modifizierung bisher bekannter retrograd anzuwendender Implantate, wie etwa des(More)
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