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Research Article Pages 42-49
Abstract: The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture is a frequent lesion in athletes. It is incompatible with the practice of high-level sport, especially pivot and contact-pivot ones. The purpose of the ACL reconstruction is to allow the athlete to resume the practice of same sport at the same level.
Research Article Pages 33-41
Abstract: This study was conducted to evaluate the results of management of comminuted fractures of the mid-distal third shaft of the humerus with indirect reduction and internal fixation with plate and screws through minimally invasive technique using the anterior approach.
CASE REPORT Pages 29-32
Abstract: We reported a case of 12-years-old girl with isolated pain in of the left wrist. The problem had lasted for 5 weeks after a trauma, and was getting worse. Wrist X-ray was obtained, and no abnormalities were appreciated.
RESEARCH ARTICLE Pages 20-28
Abstract: The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) rupture constitutes the main injury in modern sport. We have been interested in anarthroscopic reconstruction of the ACL using hamstring tendons. This is a prospective study covering a period of 58 months.