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1945 31
1946 88
1947 111
1948 129
1949 128
1950 158
1951 187
1952 212
1953 277
1954 201
1955 228
1956 230
1957 213
1958 251
1959 245
1960 214
1961 192
1962 237
1963 266
1964 365
1965 303
1966 286
1967 332
1968 420
1969 581
1970 546
1971 606
1972 607
1973 560
1974 587
1975 512
1976 389
1977 427
1978 457
1979 447
1980 518
1981 441
1982 571
1983 474
1984 506
1985 511
1986 539
1987 512
1988 564
1989 580
1990 605
1991 578
1992 651
1993 798
1994 807
1995 866
1996 884
1997 937
1998 990
1999 919
2000 962
2001 970
2002 1037
2003 1216
2004 1216
2005 1508
2006 1549
2007 1550
2008 1780
2009 1873
2010 1897
2011 2125
2012 2238
2013 2409
2014 2529
2015 2462
2016 2407
2017 2357
2018 2336
2019 1116
2020 21
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Early versus late intramedullary nailing for traumatic femur fracture management: meta-analysis.
El-Menyar A, et al. J Orthop Surg Res 2018 - Review. PMID 29954434 Free PMC article.
INTRODUCTION: There is no consensus yet on the impact of timing of femur fracture (FF) internal fixation on the patient outcomes. ...
INTRODUCTION: There is no consensus yet on the impact of timing of femur fracture (FF) internal fixation on the patient outcomes. ...
Anatomical axes of the proximal and distal halves of the femur in a normally aligned healthy population: implications for surgery.
Yazdi H, et al. J Orthop Surg Res 2018. PMID 29386019 Free PMC article.
There was a significant difference between the anatomical axis of the proximal and distal parts of the femur in reference to the center of intercondylar notch (P value < 0.05), supporting the hypothesis that anatomical axes of the proximal and distal halves of the femur are different in the coronal plane. CONCLUSIONS: While surgeons are aware that the anatomical axis of the distal part of the femur is different than the anatomical axis of the proximal part in patients with femoral deformities, we have shown that these axes are also different in the normally aligned healthy people due to the anatomy of the femur in coronal plane. ...
There was a significant difference between the anatomical axis of the proximal and distal parts of the femur in reference to the cent …
A quantitative method for the radiological assessment of skeletal maturity using the distal femur.
Knapik DM, et al. Bone Joint J 2018. PMID 30062944 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: A total of 389 radiographs of the distal femur with corresponding Greulich and Pyle bone ages and known chronological ages were measured. ...
RESULTS: A total of 389 radiographs of the distal femur with corresponding Greulich and Pyle bone ages and known chronological ages w …
Osteochondrosis of the femur.
Harari J. Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract 1998 - Review. PMID 9463860
Osseointegration of zirconium dental implants three months after insertion in rabbit femur. Histopathological study.
Bumbu BA, et al. Rom J Morphol Embryol 2018. PMID 30534817 Free article.
Thus, we considered as opportune to study the osseointegration of zirconium dental implants in rabbit femur, three months after insertion. ...The implants (zirconium ceramic dental implants: 5 mm length, 2.6 mm diameter) were inserted in the femur under controlled conditions, after creating a bone defect. ...
Thus, we considered as opportune to study the osseointegration of zirconium dental implants in rabbit femur, three months after inser …
Proximal and distal alignment of normal canine femurs: A morphometric analysis
Kara ME, et al. Ann Anat 2018. PMID 29567105
The varus (aLDFA) and procurvatum (CDFA) angles have also been used to understand the orientation of the distal end of the femur. ...Besides this, there is no evidence of a sexual dimorphism in the varus and procurvatum angles of the dog distal femur. The data from this study may be used in both orthopaedic studies and for clinical applications related to the distal femur of dogs....
The varus (aLDFA) and procurvatum (CDFA) angles have also been used to understand the orientation of the distal end of the femur. ... …
[Giant exostosis of the distal femur].
Ouchrif Y and Elouakili I. Pan Afr Med J 2014. PMID 25426191 French. Free PMC article.
Left-right differences in the proximal femur's strength of post-menopausal women: a multicentric finite element study.
Taddei F, et al. Osteoporos Int 2016 - Clinical Trial. PMID 26576543 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: The small difference observed between sides (the right femur on average 4 % stronger than the left) was statistically significant but mechanically negligible. ...When using a threshold-based classification, the right and left femurs were discordant up to over 20 % of cases (K always lower than 0.60) but the left femur was concordant (mean K = 0.84) with the minimum strength between right and left. ...
RESULTS: The small difference observed between sides (the right femur on average 4 % stronger than the left) was statistically signif …
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