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Canaliculitis: difficulties in diagnosis, differential diagnosis and comparison between conservative and surgical treatment.
The most important clinical features of canaliculitis include a red, swollen eyelid in the area of the affected canaliculus, a unilateral conjunctivitis, a mucopurulent discharge and in some casesExpand
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Acute Compartment Syndrome of the Thigh Associated with Exercise
Acute compartment syndrome of the thigh is unusual because there is a large potential space to allow for swelling before circulation is endangered. The thigh has three compartments (anterior, medial,Expand
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The effect of different isolation techniques on human osteoblast-like cell growth.
Surgical treatment of post-traumatic or neoplastic bone defects often represents a problem in orthopaedic routine. Autologous tissue always stands for the first choice material. The recentExpand
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VEGF serum concentrations in patients with long bone fractures: A comparison between impaired and normal fracture healing
Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) plays an important role in the bone repair process as a potent mediator of angiogenesis and it influences directly osteoblast differentiation. InhibitingExpand
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Ocular side effects associated with 13-cis-retinoic acid therapy for acne vulgaris: clinical features, alterations of tearfilm and conjunctival flora.
Isotretinoin (13-cis-retinoic acid) is commonly used for the treatment of acne vulgaris. We included 55 patients in this prospective study, and inspected them before, while and after therapy withExpand
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Do meta-analyses reveal time-dependent differences between the clinical outcomes achieved by microfracture and autologous chondrocyte implantation in the treatment of cartilage defects of the knee?
  • L. Negrin, V. Vécsei
  • Medicine
  • Journal of orthopaedic science : official journal…
  • 1 November 2013
PurposeTo test the hypothesis that autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI) has a better treatment effect than microfracture (MF), and increasing superiority over the years, when performed underExpand
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Elevated levels of macrophage colony‐stimulating factor in human fracture healing
Macrophage colony‐stimulating factor (M‐CSF) plays a unique role in bone remodeling. However, to our knowledge, no data on the role of M‐CSF in fracture healing in humans have been published so far.Expand
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Periprosthetic femoral fractures—incidence, classification problems and the proposal of a modified classification scheme
IntroductionThe increasing incidence of periprosthetic fractures correlates directly with the year-after-year increasing frequency of primary joint replacement surgery. The most common fractureExpand
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Intramedullary nailing in fracture treatment: history, science and Küntscher's revolutionary influence in Vienna, Austria.
Although the first intermedullary fixation technique was already reported in 1886, successfully inter-medullary nailing did not start until November 1939 when Küntscher's revolutionary technique wasExpand
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The impact of colony‐stimulating factor‐1 on fracture healing: An experimental study
The role of colony stimulating factor‐1 (CSF‐1) in the regulation of osteoclasts and bone remodeling suggests that CSF‐1 may also be involved in regulation of bone healing. The ability of CSF‐1 toExpand
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