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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2017, Volume 54, Issue 3, 487-490

https://doi.org/10.37358/MP.17.3.4877

Alina Maria Sisu, Gheorghe Noditi, Dan Grigorescu, Sorin Floresc, Jenel Marian Patrascu, Jenel Marian Patrascu Jr., Elena Pop, Sorin Lucian Bolintineanu

The Benefits of the Plastination Techniques for the Anatomo Clinical Studies of Ankle Joint Ligaments Injuries


Abstract:
The present research was made by following three directions: dissection and plastination, clinical ankle joint ligament injuries and MRI and CT examination of the cases.191 cases of ankle joint ligament injuries have been studied during two years. They were examined clinically and radiologically, using CT and MRI testing. The classification of ankle sprain was based on the number of injured ligaments. Out of the 191 cases diagnosed with ligament injuries, 92 involved the anterior talofibular ligament, 54 in the calcaneofibular ligament, 40 involved the posterior talofibular ligament and 5 involved the deltoid ligament. First degree sprain involves the injury of the anterior talofibular ligament, the second degree sprain involves the injury of the anterior talofibular ligament and of the calcaneofibular ligament, and the third degree sprain involves the damaging of anterior and posterior talofibular ligaments, as well as the calcaneofibular ligament. In this paper we have diagnosed a number of 39 first degree springs, 12 of second degree springs and 41 of third degree springs. The standard X- ray examinations have a low diagnostic rate of the ankle ligament injuries. Conventional MRI has a higher accuracy in diagnosing ankle joint collateral ligaments lesions.


Keywords:
MRI; ligaments; ankle joints; S10 Biodur technique

Issue: 2017 Volume 54, Issue 3
Pages: 487-490
Publication date: 2017/9/30
https://doi.org/10.37358/MP.17.3.4877
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SISU, A.M., NODITI, G., GRIGORESCU, D., FLORESC, S., PATRASCU, J.M., JR., J.M.P., POP, E., BOLINTINEANU, S.L., The Benefits of the Plastination Techniques for the Anatomo Clinical Studies of Ankle Joint Ligaments Injuries, Mater. Plast., 54(3), 2017, 487-490.

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Sisu AM, Noditi G, Grigorescu D, Floresc S, Patrascu JM, Jr. JMP, Pop E, Bolintineanu SL. The Benefits of the Plastination Techniques for the Anatomo Clinical Studies of Ankle Joint Ligaments Injuries. Mater. Plast.[internet]. 2017 Jul;54(3):487-490. Available from: https://doi.org/10.37358/MP.17.3.4877


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Sisu, A.M., Noditi, G., Grigorescu, D., Floresc, S., Patrascu, J.M., Jr., J.M.P., Pop, E. & Bolintineanu, S.L. (2017). The Benefits of the Plastination Techniques for the Anatomo Clinical Studies of Ankle Joint Ligaments Injuries. Materiale Plastice, 54(3), 487-490. https://doi.org/10.37358/MP.17.3.4877


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Sisu, A.M., Noditi, G., Grigorescu, D., Floresc, S., Patrascu, J.M., Jr., J.M.P., Pop, E., Bolintineanu, S.L. (2017). 'The Benefits of the Plastination Techniques for the Anatomo Clinical Studies of Ankle Joint Ligaments Injuries', Materiale Plastice, 54(3), pp. 487-490. https://doi.org/10.37358/MP.17.3.4877


IEEE
A.M. Sisu, G. Noditi, D. Grigorescu, S. Floresc, J.M. Patrascu, J.M.P. Jr., E. Pop, S.L. Bolintineanu, "The Benefits of the Plastination Techniques for the Anatomo Clinical Studies of Ankle Joint Ligaments Injuries". Materiale Plastice, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 487-490, 2017. [online]. https://doi.org/10.37358/MP.17.3.4877


Text
Alina Maria Sisu, Gheorghe Noditi, Dan Grigorescu, Sorin Floresc, Jenel Marian Patrascu, Jenel Marian Patrascu Jr., Elena Pop, Sorin Lucian Bolintineanu,
The Benefits of the Plastination Techniques for the Anatomo Clinical Studies of Ankle Joint Ligaments Injuries,
Materiale Plastice,
Volume 54, Issue 3,
2017,
Pages 487-490,
ISSN 2668-8220,
https://doi.org/10.37358/MP.17.3.4877.
(https://revmaterialeplastice.ro/Articlegs.asp?ID=4877)
Keywords: MRI; ligaments; ankle joints; S10 Biodur technique


RIS
TY - JOUR
T1 - The Benefits of the Plastination Techniques for the Anatomo Clinical Studies of Ankle Joint Ligaments Injuries
A1 - Sisu, Alina Maria
A2 - Noditi, Gheorghe
A3 - Grigorescu, Dan
A4 - Floresc, Sorin
A5 - Patrascu, Jenel Marian
A6 - Jr., Jenel Marian Patrascu
A7 - Pop, Elena
A8 - Bolintineanu, Sorin Lucian
JF - Materiale Plastice
JO - Mater. Plast.
PB - Materiale Plastice SRL
SN - 2668-8220
Y1 - 2017
VL - 54
IS - 3
SP - 487
EP - 490
UR - https://doi.org/10.37358/MP.17.3.4877
KW - MRI
KW - ligaments
KW - ankle joints
KW - S10 Biodur technique
ER -


BibTex
@article{MatPlast2017P487,
author = {Sisu Alina Maria and Noditi Gheorghe and Grigorescu Dan and Floresc Sorin and Patrascu Jenel Marian and Jr. Jenel Marian Patrascu and Pop Elena and Bolintineanu Sorin Lucian},
title = {The Benefits of the Plastination Techniques for the Anatomo Clinical Studies of Ankle Joint Ligaments Injuries},
journal = {Materiale Plastice},
volume = {54},
number = {3},
pages = {487-490},
year = {2017},
issn = {2668-8220},
doi = {https://doi.org/10.37358/MP.17.3.4877},
url = {https://revmaterialeplastice.ro/Articlegs.asp?ID=4877}
}
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