Corpus ID: 23165826

[MRI in ACL reconstructive surgery with PDLLA bioabsorbable interference screws: evaluation of degradation and osteointegration processes of bioabsorbable screws].

@article{Macarini2004MRIIA,
  title={[MRI in ACL reconstructive surgery with PDLLA bioabsorbable interference screws: evaluation of degradation and osteointegration processes of bioabsorbable screws].},
  author={L. Macarini and Mario Murrone and S. Marini and A. Mocci and G. Ettorre},
  journal={La Radiologia medica},
  year={2004},
  volume={107 1-2},
  pages={
          47-57
        }
}
PURPOSE Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructive surgery has seen significant progress since bioabsorbable interference screws have replaced synthetic metallic screws for ligament graft fixation within the femoral and tibial osseous tunnel. Our study compared the MR images of patients who underwent ACL reconstruction using bioabsorbable interference screws with those of patients who underwent ACL reconstruction using metallic screws to evaluate the MR aspects of degradation and… Expand
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