The need for reconstruction of the torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in
the active patient is not controversial. There are, however, many other
aspects of ACL reconstruction that are widely debated. Examples of the
topics under discussion include type of graft, single or double bundle, type
of fixation, and graft healing.
This issue of Clinics in Sports Medicine reviews some of the most common
topics of discussion for surgeons performing ACL reconstruction. Specifically,
this issue reviews the variety of grafts most commonly used.
Studies were also carried out on digitally-reconstructed radical prostatectomy specimens
which showed the inadequacy of the traditional sextant biopsy method. In one study by
Chen et al., simulation biopsy strategies were conducted on whole-mount radical
prostatectomy specimens from 180 patients and it was found that only 73% of cancers were
detected by sextant biopsy (Chen et al., 1997).
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về hóa học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học quốc tế đề tài : The effect of abductor muscle and anterior-posterior hip contact load simulation on the in-vitro primary stability of a cementless hip stem
(BQ) Part 1 book "Noyes' knee disorders surgery, rehabilitation, clinical outcomes" presents the following contents: Medial and anterior knee anatomy, scientific basis for examination and classification of knee ligament injuries, knee ligament function and failure, anterior cruciate ligament primary reconstruction,...
Pain transmission and modulatory pathways. A. Transmission system for nociceptive messages. Noxious stimuli activate the sensitive peripheral ending of the primary afferent nociceptor by the process of transduction. The message is then transmitted over the peripheral nerve to the spinal cord, where it synapses with cells of origin of the major ascending pain pathway, the spinothalamic tract. The message is relayed in the thalamus to the anterior cingulate (C), frontal insular (F), and somatosensory cortex (SS). B. Painmodulation network.
Park et al. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research 2010, 5:40 http://www.josr-online.com/content/5/1/40
The effect of abductor muscle and anterior-posterior hip contact load simulation on the in-vitro primary stability of a cementless hip stem
Youngbae Park*†1, Carolyne Albert†2, Yong-San Yoon1, Göran Fernlund3, Hanspeter Frei4 and Thomas R Oxland5
Abstract Background: In-vitro mechanical tests are commonly performed to assess pre-clinically the effect of implant design on the stability of hip endoprostheses.
Pulmonary tuberculosis produces a broad spectrum of radiographic abnormalities.
During the primary phase of the disease these include pulmonary consolidation (50%),
which often involves the middle or lower lobes or the anterior segment of an upper lobe;
cavitation (29%) or pneumatocele formation(12%); segmental orlobar atelectasis(18%);
pleural effusion (24%); hilar and mediastinal lymphadenopathy (35%); disseminated
miliary disease (6%); and a normal chest radiograph (15%).