Items where contributor is "Arnold, Markus P."
Hirschmann, Michael Tobias and Davda, Kinner and Rasch, Helmut and Arnold, Markus P. and Friederich, Niklaus F.. (2011) Clinical value of combined single photon emission computerized tomography and conventional computer tomography (SPECT/CT) in sports medicine. Sports medicine and arthroscopy review, Vol. 19. S. 174-181.
Mauch, Christian and Arnold, Markus P. and Wirries, André and Mayer, Ralph R. and Friederich, Niklaus F. and Hirschmann, Michael T.. (2011) Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using quadriceps tendon autograft for adolescents with open physes- a technical note. Sports medicine, arthroscopy, rehabilitation, therapy and technology, Vol. 3. S. 7.
Hirschmann, Michael T. and Hoffmann, Mathias and Krause, Robert and Jenabzadeh, Reza-Amir and Arnold, Markus P. and Friederich, Niklaus F.. (2010) Anterolateral approach with tibial tubercle osteotomy versus standard medial approach for primary total knee arthroplasty : does it matter? BMC musculoskeletal disorders, Vol. 11. S. 167.
Gokeler, A. and Hof, A. L. and Arnold, M. P. and Dijkstra, P. U. and Postema, K. and Otten, E.. (2010) Abnormal landing strategies after ACL reconstruction. Scandinavian Journal of medicine & science in sports, Vol. 20, no. 1. S. 1-8.
Hirschmann, Michael T. and Adler, Tom and Rasch, Helmut and Hügli, Rolf W. and Friederich, Niklaus F. and Arnold, Markus P.. (2010) Painful knee joint after ACL reconstruction using biodegradable interference screws- SPECT/CT a valuable diagnostic tool? : a case report. Sports medicine, arthroscopy, rehabilitation, therapy and technology, Vol. 2. S. 24.
Schmid, Rahel B. and Wirz, Dieter and Göpfert, Beat and Arnold, Markus P. and Friederich, Niklaus F. and Hirschmann, Michael T.. (2010) Intra-operative femoral condylar stress during arthroscopy : an in vivo biomechanical assessment. Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy, Vol. 19, H. 5. S. 747-752.
van de Pol, Gerrit Jan and Arnold, Markus P. and Verdonschot, Nico and van Kampen, Albert. (2009) Varus alignment leads to increased forces in the anterior cruciate ligament. The American journal of sports medicine, Vol. 37. S. 481-7.