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Ansems, Nynke (author)
Gastroschisis, a congenital abdominal wall defect located to the right of the intact umbilical cord (UC), results in the herniation of fetal abdominal organs into the amniotic cavity without a protective membrane covering these structures. Complex gastroschisis (CG), comprising approximately 10% of cases, is associated with significantly higher...
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Borren, Noor (author)
Introduction: Trauma-induced rib fractures are a common injury, affecting millions of individuals globally each year. Although anteroposterior thoracic radiographs are part of the standard posttraumatic screening, the most sensitive modality, and therefore golden standard for diagnosing rib fractures, is computed tomography (CT). Still, between...
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Groenewegen, Jessica (author)
Distal cement plug removal in total hip arthroplasty revision is a time-consuming and technically challenging procedure. There is a risk of perforating the femur while drilling in the cement plug. This risk increases when the orientation of the prosthesis tip is excentric. The aim of this study was to design a reusable drill guide that...
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Wakker, Alexander (author)
Currently, morphological measurements on conventional radiographs are used to assess calcaneal fractures. The two most commonly used angles for determining the degree of depression and displacement of such a fracture are Böhler’s angle (BA) and the Critical angle of Gissane (CAG). However, conventional radiographs only provide limited amount of...
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Keizer, Jasper (author)
<b>Problem:</b> One of the biggest challenges in hospitals today is improving efficiency, (patient) safety and quality of care while cutting on costs. A current reoccurring challenge in the operation department is the coordination of the components involved in making a surgery successful. One of those components is the set of surgical...
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van Koten, Eveline (author)
In up to 30% of hernia patients revision surgery is needed due to infection, pain and defect recurrence. The role that abdominal wall tension plays in this is incontrovertible: most repair techniques in herniorrhaphy aim to reduce tension at the aponeurotic edge, as excess tension is directly related with local ischemia and recurrence of the...
master thesis 2021
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