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Clinical Research

The Orthopaedic Surgical Research Group is doing clinical research on a considerable number of patients every year. 

The group commands specialist knowledge in the testing of new treatment strategies and methods.

Currently, the research group is doing 25 randomized studies with Aarhus University Hospital as the central organizer. We have gained great experience in imaging modalities including radio stereometric analysis (RSA), DEXA scanning, DEXA scanning, gait analysis, ultrasound, CT, PET-CT and MRI.

At the Clinical Department at Aarhus University Hospital, Tage-Hansens Gade two full-time laboratory technicians are taking care of the analyses and the co-ordination.

 
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Publications
Hip displacements and correctable scoliosis were prevalent in children with cerebral palsy registered in a Danish follow-up programme from 2010 to 2020.
Krarup LH, Kristensen PK, Stisen MB, Nordbye-Nielsen K, Mechlenburg I.
Low-load exercises with concurrent blood flow restriction as rehabilitation for unspecific knee pain to a former American football player: A case report
Mechlenburg I, Nielsen TG, Kristensen N, Bentzen A, Jørgensen SL.
Football players with hip dysplasia: The relationship between muscle strength, functional performance, self-reported sport and recreation, cartilage defects and sex. A cross-sectional study
O'Brien MJM, Kemp JL, Semciw AI, Mechlenburg I, Jacobsen JS, King MG, Scholes MJ, Lawrenson PR, Crossley K, Agricola R, Souza RB, Heerey J.
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