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Experimental fatigue fracture of the human cadaveric femoral neck






Journal Of Bone & Joint Surgery British Volume: 136-143

Experimental fatigue fracture of the human cadaveric femoral neck



Accession: 026606056



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Griffiths, W.E.; Swanson, S.A.; Freeman, M.A., 1971: Experimental fatigue of the human cadaveric femoral neck. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. British Volume 53(1): 136-143

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Cserháti, P., 1991: A case of repeated faulty operation of bilateral fracture of the femoral diaphysis causing bilateral fatigue fracture of the femoral neck. Bilateral diaphyseal fracture of the femur on different occasions, repeated faulty use of medullary nails and postoperative therapy followed by bilateral fatigue fracture of the femoral neck. Author thought the case because of its lesson worthy of...

Kreusch-Brinker, R., 1988: Fatigue fracture of the femoral neck following femoral intramedullary nailing. The course of a fracture of the femur shaft treated in an unstable manner by medullary nailing was full of complications. This handicapped patient can be taken as an example to show the risks involved in the extended intramedullary stabilization u...

Kaessmann H.J.; Graudins J.; Heimann D., 1974: Experimental and clinical investigations of the carrying capacity of the femoral neck spongiosa as a basis for compression osteo synthesis in femoral neck fracture. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences 10(11): 1474

Davis, E.T.; Olsen, M.; Zdero, R.; Smith, G.M.; Waddell, J.P.; Schemitsch, E.H., 2013: Predictors of femoral neck fracture following hip resurfacing: a cadaveric study. We aimed to establish if radiological parameters, dual energy x-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) and quantitative CT (qCT) could predict the risk of sustaining a femoral neck fracture following hip resurfacing. Twenty-one unilateral fresh frozen femurs w...

Schratz, W.; Fux, H.D., 1985: Lateral femoral neck fracture as a fatigue fracture. We report about a stress fracture of the lateral neck of femur of a 51 years old sportsman which was operated with an angled blade plate 130 degrees. Stressfractures of the femur are very uncommon. Pathogenetic factores are biomechanical changes o...

Erne P.; Burckhardt A., 1980: Femoral neck fatigue fracture. A report is presented on 25 fatigue fractures of the femoral neck in 20 yr old military recruits with an otherwise healthy skeleton. Problems of diagnosis are described. Principles for treatment of these stress fractures are elaborated on the basi...

Nand, S.; Shukla, R.K., 1976: Fatigue fracture of the femoral neck. Fatigue fractures in the necks of femurs removed from fresh cadavers were produced experimentally by applying repeated compression and rotational stresses. We found that a load applied once in a physiological direction may be within the ultimate s...

Deb H.K.; Datta N., 1980: Bilateral fatigue fracture of the femoral neck. A 68 yr old woman with bilateral fatigue fracture of the femoral neck is reported and the literature is briefly reviewed.