X . Crevoisier

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PURPOSE This study was conducted to determine the importance of age as a limiting factor as well as to assess the role of age in combination with cartilage damage or osteoarthritis as predicting factors for the outcome after arthroscopic partial meniscectomy. TYPE OF STUDY Case series. METHODS We reviewed 97 patients over 70 years of age who underwent(More)
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the post-traumatic overload syndrome of the os trigonum as a possible cause of posterior ankle impingement and hindfoot pain. We have reviewed 19 athletes who were referred to our foot unit between 1995 and 2001 because of posterior ankle pain, and in whom a post-traumatic overload syndrome of os trigonum was(More)
Acute peroneal tendon subluxation and dislocation are frequently misdiagnosed as ankle sprains. The most common mechanism is a dorsifl exory force on the ankle associated with a rapid and strong contraction of the peroneal tendons and with an eversion of the hindfoot. Inadequate treatment may lead to chronic dislocation. In chronic situation patients(More)
This retrospective consecutive clinical series describes our satisfactory experience with reamed intramedullary femoral nailing in the treatment of nonunions, axial or rotational deformities as well as length discrepancies following the primary treatment of femoral shaft fractures. 31 patients (32 fractures) treated at our institution from 1992 to 1997 were(More)
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