Sporhopaedics Mathys

Publications on Ligamys

Suturing an acute ACL lesion with Dynamic Intraligamentary Stabilisation
Z Orthop Unfall 2018
C.Ihle et al.

Surgeon experience with dynamic intraligamentary stabilization does not influence risk of failure
KSSTA 2018
Ph. Henle et al.

Reinterventions after dynamic intraligamentary stabilization in primaryanterior cruciate ligament repair
TheKnee 2018
J. Häberli et al.

Dynamic augmentation restores anterior tibial translation in ACL suture repair: a biomechanical comparison of non-, static and dynamic augmentation techniques
KSSTA 2018
R. Hoogeslag et al.

Dynamic intraligamentary stabilization of the anterior cruciate ligament
Arthroskopie 2018
A. Ateschrang et al.

ACL suturing using dynamic intraligamen-tary stabilisation showing good clinical outcome but a high reoperation rate: a retrospective independent study
KSSTA 2017
M. Meister et al.

Recovery of ACL function after dynamic intraligamentary stabilization is resultant to restoration of ACL integrity and scar tissue formation
KSSTA, 2017
A. Ateschrang et al.

Changes in gait pattern and early functional results after ACL repair are comparable to those of ACL reconstruction.
KSSTA, 2017
B. Schliemann et al.

Patient and surgical characteristics that affect revision risk in dynamic intraligamentary stabilization of the anterior cruciate ligament
KSSTA, 2017
Ph. Henle et al.

Dynamic intraligamentary stabilization versus conventional ACL reconstruction: A matched study on return to work
Injury, 2017
K.S. Bieri et al.

Cost-utility analysis of dynamic intraligamentary stabilization versus early reconstruction after rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament
Health Economics Review, 2017
M. Bierbaum et al.

Factors influencing the success of anterior cruciate ligament repair with dynamic intraligamentary stabilisation
KSSTA, 2017
A. Krismer et al.

Knee joint kinematics with dynamic augmentation of primary anterior cruciate ligament repair - a biomechanical study
J Exp Orthop., 2016
J. Häberli et al.

Dynamic intraligamentary stabilisation: Initial experience with treatment of acute ACL ruptures
BJJ: Bone & Joint Journal, 05/2016
S. Kohl et al.

Functional recovery following primary ACL repair with dynamic intraligamentary stabilization
The Knee, 2016
L. Büchler et al.

Five year results of the first ten ACL patients treated with dynamic intraligamentary stabilisation
BMC, 2016
St. Eggli et al.

Collagen application reduces complication rates of mid‑substance ACL tears treated with dynamic intraligamentary stabilization
KSSTA, 2015
D. S. Evangelopoulos et al.

Knee joint kinematics after dynamic intraligamentary stabilization: cadaveric study on a novel anterior cruciate ligament repair technique
KSSTA, 2015
B. Schliemann et al.

Dynamische intraligamentäre Stabilisierung des vorderen Kreuzbandes
Der Unfallchirurg, 2015
C. Kösters et al.

Dynamic Intraligamentary Stabilization (DIS) for treatment of acute ACL ruptures: case series experience of the first three years
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 2015
Ph. Henle et al.

Dynamic intraligamentary stabilization: novel technique for preserving the ruptured ACL
KSSTA, 2014
St. Eggli et al.

A novel technique, dynamic intraligamentary stabilization creates optimal conditions for primary ACL healing: A preliminary biomechanical study
The Knee, 2013
S. Kohl et al.

Anterior crucial ligament rupture: self-healing through DIS technique
KSSTA, 2012
S. Kohl et al.

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