Latest Publications and Research on Stress Fracture
Investigation of the Female Athlete Triad in Japanese Elite Wheelchair Basketball Players.
Shimizu Y, Mutsuzaki H, Tachibana K, Hotta K, Wadano Y
Background and objectives: Para-sports have become increasingly competitive, necessitating greater physical activity; secondary disorder prevention is... Read More
Bone 2019 Dec 28
Biomechanics of callus in the bone healing process, determined by specimen-specific finite element analysis.
Suzuki T, Matsuura Y, Yamazaki T, Akasaka T, Ozone E, Matsuyama Y, Mukai M, Ohara T, Wakita H, Taniguchi S, Ohtori S
As fractures heal, immature callus formed in the hematoma is calcified by osteoblasts and altered to mature bone. Although the bone strength in the fr... Read More
J Clin Med
Preoperative Ascorbic Acid Levels in Proximal Femur Fracture Patients Have No Postoperative Clinical Impact, While Ascorbic Acid Levels upon Discharge Have a Major Effect on Postoperative Outcome.
Hill-Mündel K, Schlegl J, Biesalski HK, Ehnert S, Schröter S, Bahrs C, Nohr D, Nüssler AK, Ihle C
Proximal femur fractures show a high prevalence in elderly patients and are associated with an elevated risk of multimorbidity and early mortality. Re... Read More
Am J Sports Med 2019 Dec 30
Pathoanatomy of the Jones Fracture in Male University Soccer Players.
Fujitaka K, Tanaka Y, Taniguchi A, Ogawa M, Isomoto S, Otuki S, Okubo M
Jones fractures are relatively common in soccer players and require an extended recovery period because this type of fracture has a high incidence of ... Read More
Case Rep Orthop
Fracture of the Femoral Component Caused by Insufficient Crimping after Modern Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty.
Ishibashi Y, Mashiba T, Mori M, Yamamoto T
Fracture of a femoral component after modern unicompartmental knee arthroplasty is very rare. Although this is not the first case on this subject, no ... Read More