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dc.contributor.authorSmillie, Ian Scotten
dc.date.accessioned2019-02-15T14:22:20Z
dc.date.available2019-02-15T14:22:20Z
dc.date.issued1946
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/1842/33992
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dc.description.abstractTHE IMPORTANCE OF THE QUADRICEPS Cornparative anatomy 1. Relation of derangement of nieclranísni to evolution 1. Quadriceps insufficiency 2. Importance of active exercise 2. Vastus medialis 3. Quadriceps exercises 3,en
dc.description.abstractTRAUMATIC SYNOVITIS AND HAEMARTHROSIS Synovial membrane 8. Origin and function of synovial fluid 10, Reaction of synovial membrane to injury 10. Regeneration of synovial membrane 11. Constituents of a traumatic synovial effusion 11. Rationale and technique of aspiration in traumatic synovitis 12. Clinical features and treatment of traumatic synovitis 13. Reaction of synovial tissues to haemarthrosis 15. Clinical features and treatment of haemarthrosis 16.en
dc.description.abstractTHE SURGICAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE MENISCI AND MECHANISM OF THEIR INJURIES . Medial meniscus 19. Relation of menisci to evolution of knee joint 20. Relation of medial meniscus to medial collateral ligament 20. Tibial attachment of medial collateral ligament 21. Relation of the menisci to the femoral and tibial condyles 21. Significant features of joint physiology in flexion and extension 22. Lateral meniscus 23. Relation of lateral meniscus to lateral collateral ligament 23. Mobility of lateral meniscus 24. Function of the menisci 21. Summary of factors which may influence the vulnerability of menisci 24. Mechanism of injury 27.en
dc.description.abstractSURGICAL PATHOLOGY OE THE MENISCI Classification of lesions 31. Longitudinal tears 31. Transverse tears 36. Various combinations of longitudinal and transverse tears 38. Cystic degeneration 39. Congenital anomalies 43. Calcification and ossification 46. Healing of torn meniscus 48. Regeneration of menisci following excision 51. Author's statistics 55.en
dc.description.abstractCLINICAL FEATURES OF INTERNAL DERANGEMENTS OF THE KNEE JOINT RELATIVE TO THE MENISCI History, symptoms, and signs 57. Lateral meniscus 66. Recent injuries 67. Lesions of both menisci 68. Cystic degeneration 70. Congenital discs 74. Retained posterior segment 75. Lesions of regenerated menisci 75. Radiological examination 76. Errors of diagnosis 77. ...en
dc.publisherThe University of Edinburghen
dc.relation.ispartofAnnexe Thesis Digitisation Project 2019 Block 22en
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dc.titleInjuries of the knee jointen
dc.typeThesis or Dissertationen
dc.type.qualificationlevelDoctoralen
dc.type.qualificationnameChM Master of Surgeryen


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