ReFORM PhD days scientific contribution
Two of our PhD-students were invited to represent LIROMS at the first "Young Researcher Day“ organized by ReFORM.
Anouk Urhausen described her ongoing project on the 10-year follow-up of the Delaware-Oslo ACL Cohort Study.
Amanda Magosch presented the results of a study on factors associated with the Pivot Shift signs, a clinical test for rotational instability in the ACL-insufficient knee Joint. The findings that age at injury, time from injury to surgery and amount of meniscus damage were are associated with rotational laxity are new, especially with respect to the meniscus damage.
In the end, Amanda was awarded for the best presentation along with one other presenter.