Ueber freie Körper in den Gelenken

  title={Ueber freie K{\"o}rper in den Gelenken},
  journal={Deutsche Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Chirurgie},
  • König
  • Published 1 December 1888
  • Medicine
  • Deutsche Zeitschrift für Chirurgie
Ankle and Foot: Osteochondral Injuries
Arthroscopic Fixation of Knee Femoral Condyle Osteochondritis Dissecans Fragment With Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate
This technique involves safe harvest of bone marrow arthroscopically from the intercondylar notch, proper preparation and debridement of the parent bone, reduction of the progeny osteochondritis dissecans fragment, insertion of the bone marrow aspirate concentrate, and placement of multiple headless compression screws for fixation. Expand
Distinguishing between congenital phenomena and traumatic experiences: Osteochondrosis versus osteochondritis.
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Osteochondral Lesions of the Ankle and Occult Fractures of the Foot and Ankle
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Sports-Related Injuries of the Pediatric Musculoskeleton
Worldwide, more than 50 million children and adolescents participate in organized athletic programs annually. Despite the numerous health and well-being benefits, this widespread involvement alsoExpand
Surgical Treatment of Osteochondral Lesions of the Talar Dome: Review
Background. The relevance of the talar dome osteochondral lesions problem is assosiated with the difficulties of diagnosis, the lack of unified treatment algorythm and the great number ofExpand
Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation as Treatment for Unsalvageable Osteochondritis Dissecans: 10- to 25-Year Follow-up
Patients who underwent ACI as treatment for unsalvageable OCD more than 10 years ago would maintain satisfactory patient-oriented outcome measures and have a low need for additional open surgery, especially arthroplasty, according to this study. Expand
Comparative anatomy and morphology of the knee in translational models for articular cartilage disorders. Part II: Small animals.
This narrative review summarizes the most relevant anatomical structural and functional characteristics of the knee (stifle) joints of the major small animal species, including mice, rats, guinea pigs, and rabbits compared with humans. Expand