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K Yamamoto

Possible Molecular Mechanism of Promotion of Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture by Low Intensity-pulsed Ultrasound Treatment in a Rat Model

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263–8
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This study investigated the effect of low intensitypulsed ultrasound (LIPUS) on the repair process of Achilles tendon using a rat model and also examined the regulation of a biological molecule that may contribute to this in vivo and in vitro.

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e-Published: 30 Jan, 2014

Long-term Effects of Chronic Achilles Tendon Rupture Treatment, Using Reconstruction with Peroneus Brevis Transfer, on Sports Activities

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628–35
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This study reports long-term effects of chronic Achilles tendon rupture treatment, using reconstruction with peroneus brevis transfer, on sports activities based on an approximate 10-year follow-up study.
 
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Objective: This study reports long-term effects of chronic Achilles tendon rupture treatment, using reconstruction with peroneus brevis transfer (PBT), on sports activities based on an approximate 10-year follow-up study.
 
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e-Published: 03 Feb, 2014

Traumatic Mechanisms and Therapeutic Results of the Perilunate Injuries

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73–6
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In this study, 18 patients who have had a perilunate injury with dislocation or fracture were evaluated. When the pathomechanics was estimated based on the Mayfield’s criteria, 17 patients were classified into state 3. However, only one case was extremely unusual and should be classified as the subtype of state 2.

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Objective: In this study, eighteen patients who have had perilunate injury with dislocation or fracture, were evaluated and the patho-mechanics and surgical treatment were studied.

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e-Published: 17 Oct, 2013

Long-term Results after Treatment of Humeral Neck Fractures using Modified Hackethal Bundle Nailing

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82–5
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This study reports the long-term surgical outcomes of elderly patients with humeral neck fractures who underwent treatment using the modified Hackethal bundle nailing method on the basis of an approximately 10-year follow-up study. This method is simple and less invasive.

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Objective: This study reports the long-term surgical outcomes of elderly patients who underwent surgery using the modified Hackethal bundle nailing method on the basis of an approximately 10-year follow-up study.

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e-Published: 17 Oct, 2013
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