David Hille

David Hille

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The paper compares hamstring autograft with a "hybrid" graft of hamstrings and a small LARS ligament in ACL reconstruction patients. The paper concludes ACLR utilizing a hybrid autologous/LARS® construct facilitated accelerated rehabilitation without evidence of increased failure or early graft stretch. Additionally, there was no clinical differenc...
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Purpose: To review the clinical features, microbiology spectrum, management, and outcomes of patients with endogenous endophthalmitis in Western Australia over a 16-year period. Methods: This is a retrospective chart review of all patients with endogenous endophthalmitis who presented to all tertiary ophthalmology departments between 2000 and 20...
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Purpose The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the primary structure that provides knee joint stability. The function of the ACL is to limit excessive anterior displacement during movement. Thus, an ACL rupture can lead to instability, dysfunctional biomechanics, a higher probability of meniscus injury and future osteoarthritis (OA) [1]. The preva...
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Objective To identify changes in the linear trend of the age-standardized incidence of melanoma in Australia for all persons, males, and females. MethodsA two-piece piecewise linear regression was fitted to the data. The piecewise breakpoint varied through an iterative process to determine the model that best fits the data.ResultsStatistically sign...
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Purpose Delayed ligamentization following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) may result in reduced graft stiffness and strength, and an increased risk of secondary re-tear. Remnant sparing ACLR may accelerate ligamentization and proprioceptive function, theoretically reducing re-injury risk. This study sought to investigate 10-year gr...
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Introduction and Aims (50 words): Background: Anterior cruciate remnant preservation may be beneficial in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ACLR). Gohil, Annear & Breidahl (Sept, 2007) used a grade 1 randomised controlled trial to compare the two methods and at short term follow-up, the minimal debridement technique demonstrated earlier r...
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Background: The use of tablet devices and smartphones in medicine as assessment tools is becoming more widespread. These devices now run mobile applications or ‘‘apps’’ that have traditionally been the domain of desktop computers or more dedicated hardware. It is important that health professionals have confidence in the accuracy of measurements ob...

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demnstrating clinical improvements with remnant sparing