[Is there a connection between intramedullary pressure increase, bone marrow intravasation and deep venous thrombosis of the leg in endoprosthetics?].

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Deep vein thrombosis still is a severe problem in hip replacement. Based on pathophysiological considerations, it is postulated that there is a connection between intramedullary pressure peaks, resulting intravasation of bone marrow, and the induction of deep vein thrombosis. The content of the bone marrow cavity can be considered active where coagulation… (More)

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@article{Wenda1995IsTA, title={[Is there a connection between intramedullary pressure increase, bone marrow intravasation and deep venous thrombosis of the leg in endoprosthetics?].}, author={Klaus Wenda and Kathryn Lauer and Stephan Boor and Martin Runkel and K F Kreitner}, journal={Der Orthopade}, year={1995}, volume={24 2}, pages={114-22} }