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Section I: Basic Research.- 1: Vascularization.- The Periosteal Contribution to Diaphyseal Blood Supply.- The Routes of Venous Escape from the Marrow of the Diaphysis of Long Bones.- Vascularization of Osteochondral Junctions of Joints and Spine.- Ischaemic Coxopathies: Function of the Osteochondral Junction.- The Blood Supply of the Patella in the Aged.- A Multicapillary Distributed Model of Blood-Bone Exchange to Analyse Multiple Tracer Outflow Dilution Data.- Is There A Blood-Bone Barrier?.- 2: Regulation.- The Central Venous Sinus of Long Bones - Its Role in Relation to Exercise.- The Effects of Noradrenaline on Perfusion Pressure and Capillary Permeability-Surface Area Product in the Canine Tibia.- Dose-Dependent Reduction of Bone Blood Flow and 85Sr Clearance Caused by Prostaglandin E2.- Effects of Parotin on Long Bone Structure and Vascularization.- Effects of Parotin Gland Ablation on Experimental Fracture: Callus and Its Microvascular Modifications.- Effects of Submaxillary Gland Ablation on Experimental Fracture: Callus and Its Microvascular Modifications.- Section II: Histopathological Studies.- Bone Marrow Microcirculation in Primary Osteoporosis, Aplastic Anaemia, and Old Age.- Pathology of Bone Marrow Distant from the Sequestrum in Nontraumatic, Aseptic Necrosis of the Femoral Head.- Intramedullary Haemorrhage as a Possible Cause of Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head - The Histology of 16 Core Biopsy Specimens at the Silent Stage.- A Microangiographic Study of Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head.- Bone Circulation in the Development of the Degenerative Bone Cyst.- Avascular Necrosis and the Blood Supply of the Femoral Head.- What Becomes the Tunnel of Core Biopsy in Patients Treated for Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head?.- Intravertebral Vacuum Cleft and Ischemic Collapse of the Vertebral Body.- Section III: Experimental Studies.- 1: Bone Blood Flow.- A New Method of Measuring Blood Flow Distribution in Bone.- The Pattern of Distribution of Blood Flow in Dog Limb Bones Measured Using Microspheres.- The Non-Entrapment of Microspheres Used for Measuring Blood Flow in the Dog Tibia.- Correlation of Laser Doppler Flowmetry with Microsphere Estimates for Bone Blood Flow.- Long-Term Sequential Measurements of Bone Blood Flow Within a Single Animal by the Hydrogen Washout Method.- Assessment of Blood Flow in the Canine Tibial Diaphysis Using the Microsphere Technique.- Changes in Femoral Head Blood Flow Associated with Exposure to Compressed Air.- Total and Segmental Blood Flow of the Femoral Head Epiphysis in Coxitis at Rest and During Exercise.- Bone Demineralization and Increased Bone Blood Flow in the Rat.- Anemia, But Not Stimulation of Erythropoiesis Without Anemia, Increases Bone and Bone Marrow Blood Flow in the Rat.- The Effect of Femoral Neck Fracture on Femoral Head Blood Flow.- 2: Experimental Surgery.- Experimental Pseudarthrosis in Dogs: Vascular Pathogenesis and Cellular Evolution.- Circulatory and Morphological Effects of Noncemented and Cemented Hip Alloplasty. An Experimental Study in Rabbits.- Alterations in 85Sr Clearance in the Intact Canine Femur Following Long-Term Plate Fixation.- Angiogenesis in Early Fracture Repair.- Microsphere Estimation of Bone Blood Flow in the Osteotomised Canine Tibia and the Role of the Tibial Nutrient Artery.- Regional Fracture Site Blood Flow Following Compression Plate Intramedullary Rod and External Fixation.- Blood Flow in Experimental Epiphyseal Plate Fractures in the Dog.- The Vascular Repair of an Experimental Osteotomy: The Effect of Separation, Reduction and Compression of the Bone Fragments.- Ischemic Vascular Disease of Post-Traumatic Bone Sepsis.- 3: Miscellaneous.- Experimental Investigation of the Circulation of the Femoral Head Using a Combined Method of Intraosseous Thermometry and Phlebography.- Effect of Joint Effusion on Subchondral Bone Circulation.- Experimental Bone Marrow Alterations Following Single and Multiple High-Dose Steroids in Rabbits.- Section IV: Explorations.- 1: Scintigraphy.- The Use of Three-Phase Radionuclide Bone Scan After Limb Surgery.- Bone Angioscintigraphy in Nontraumatic Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head.- Dynamic Versus Static Joint Scintimetry in Juvenile Arthritis: An Experimental Study in Dogs.- A Physiopathological Approach to Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy of the Upper Limb in Hemiplegia by Three-Phase Bone Scintigraphy.- Early Bone Tracer Inflow Curves Cannot Be Used for Staging of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy.- Microcirculatory Disorders and Dystrophic Syndrome.- The Value of Bone Scan in Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease.- 2: Bone Marrow Pressure.- Intraosseous Engorgement-Pain Syndromes. The Pathomechanism of Pain.- Bone Marrow Pressure in the Proximal Femur Following Subcapital Fracture of the Femoral Neck.- Assessment of Intramedullary Pressure Versus Bone Scintigraphy in the Diagnosis of Osteonecrosis of Femoral Head.- Study of Intraosseous Changes in Seven Patients with Stress Fracture.- Hydraulic Resistance: A Measure of Outflow Resistance in Osteonecrosis.- 3: Magnetic Resonance Imaging.- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Femoral Head Osteonecrosis.- Early Diagnosis of Avascular Necrosis by Magnetic Resonance Imaging.- Classification of Osteonecrosis in Precollapse Stages by Magnetic Resonance Imaging.- Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Diagnosis of Nontraumatic Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head: Preliminary Data.- 4: Arteriography.- Impairment of the Hemodynamics and Revascularization in Perthes' Disease.- Arteriography in Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head.- Microcirculatory Exploration of the Femoral Head Using Radioactive Microspheres.- Vascular Changes of Idiopathic Necrosis of the Femoral Head.- 5: Others.- Viscosity of the Blood in Nontraumatic Femoral Head Osteonecrosis.- Intraoperative Bone Blood Flow Measurement in Patients with Femoral Head Osteonecrosis.- Two Unusual Cases of Osteonecrosis.- The Relative Importance of Various Risk Factors In Determining Site and Number of Bones Involved with Osteonecrosis.- Section V: Treatment.- 1: Surgery.- Spontaneous Osteonecrosis of the Knee. Results of Treatment by High Tibial Osteotomy and Unicompartmental Arthroplasty.- Management of Idiopathic Osteonecrosis of the Medial Femoral Condyle.- Histomorphometry of Free Cortical Bone Autograft Incorporation. Comparison Between Autografted and Allografted Segmental Cortical Bone.- A Cementless Femoral Stem Designed for Fixation in Living Cortical and Cancellous Bone.- Reconstruction in Avascular Necrosis of the Spheric Geometrical Shape of the Femoral Head with Acrylic Cement.- 2: Grafts.- Revascularisation of Massive Allografts: Bone Scintigraphy, Macroscopic and Microscopic Observations, Mechanical Effects of Revascularisation.- Reconstruction of "On-Lay" Grafts Used for the Fusion of Shaft Fractures.- Morphological Aspects of Bone Regeneration in Cortical Bone Lengthening Using Ilizarov's Technique.- Neovascularization of 2-mm Allograft Discs: A Preliminary Intravital Microscope Bone Chamber Study in the Rabbit.- Bone Remodeling of Vascularized Bone Graft.- A Human Massive Vascularized Allograft of Femoral Shaft.- Treatment of Ischaemic Necrosis of the Femoral Head with a Ventral Muscle Pedicle Graft.- Reliability of the Bone Scintigraphy to Assess the Survival of Free Bone Transfers: Limitations of the Method.- 3: Medical Treatments.- Adjuvant Thermotherapy in the Treatment of Fractures. Preliminary Report.- Improvement of Femoral Head Blood Flow in Steroid-Treated Rabbits Using Lipid-Clearing Agents.- Modification of Fatty Accumulation Within the Osteocyte in Steroid-Treated Rabbits Using Lipid-Clearing Agents.- The Effect of I.V. Injection of Naftidrofuryl (Praxilene) on Intramedullary Pressure in Patients with Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head.