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12/7/2010 16:25:58 (3409 Letto)

Anterior cruciate ligament mechanoreceptors. Histologic studies on lesions and reconstruction.

Denti M, Monteleone M, Berardi A, Panni AS.

 

Abstract
The fate of mechanoreceptors was studied in torn and reconstructed anterior cruciate ligaments in animals and in humans...



12/7/2010 16:24:49 (3645 Letto)

Graft-tunnel mismatch in endoscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Intraoperative and cadaver measurement of the intra-articular graft length and the length of the patellar tendon.

Denti M, Bigoni M, Randelli P, Monteleone M, Cevenini A, Ghezzi A, Schiavone Panni A, Trevisan C.

 

Abstract
The results of a study conducted on 50 knees endoscopically reconstructed for an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) lesion with a free bone-patellar tendon-bone graft and 9 cadaver knees are reported....



12/7/2010 16:23:39 (3378 Letto)

Pre- and postoperative intra-articular analgesia for arthroscopic surgery of the knee and arthroscopy-assisted anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. A double-blind randomized, prospective study.

Denti M, Randelli P, Bigoni M, Vitale G, Marino MR, Fraschini N.

 

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Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 1997;5(4):205.

Abstract
We tested the effectiveness of different intra-articular analgesics and of pre-emptive intra-articular analgesia for arthroscopy-assisted anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) and for operative knee arthroscopy...



12/7/2010 16:20:43 (4350 Letto)

Long-term results of the Leeds-Keio anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

Denti M, Bigoni M, Dodaro G, Monteleone M, Arosio A.

 

Abstract
This paper discusses the long-term results of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction with the Leeds-Keio (LK) prosthetic ligament. For this type of reconstruction we used arthrotomy and an arthroscopy-assisted technique.



3/5/2010 3:05:38 (3916 Letto)

The bone-ligament junction: a comparison between biological and artificial ACL reconstruction.


Schiavone Panni A, Denti M, Franzese S, Monteleone M.



The physiological bone-ligament junction is composed of four zones: ligament, fibrocartilage, calcified fibrocartilage and bone. It plays a very important part in the distribution of mechanical loads applied to ligaments so as to diminish stress concentration or shearing at the interface...



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