- Randomized study between operation with pins with or without plate for undisplaced dislocated femoral neck fracture. Radio stereogrammetric analysis (RSA) of stability and fracture healing and clinical endpoints. (The Pinloc Study)
- Trochanteric fractures treated with sliding hip screw with or without trochanteric support plate
- Unipolar or bipolar hemiarthroplasty for the treatment of displaced femoral neck fractures.
A prospective randomised controlled trial of RSA (Radiostereometric Analyses) measurements of acetabular wear.
- Bone remodeling and migration after insertion of femoral stems with differen surface coatings. Clinical and experimental studies
- Wear and different materials in hip arthroplasty
- Reverse hybrid total hip replacement: Wear, fixation and bone remodelling
- THR in patients under 20 years
- Learning curve, muscle sparing approach in primary total hip replacement
- A new method to measure ligament balancing . How balanced are total knee arthroplasties?
- Patellar resurfacing in total knee arthroplasty. A prospective, randomised and double blind study.
- Custom positioning guides technique versus conventional technique in knee arthroplasty
- Computer navigation and conventional technique in total knee replacement
- Can the combination of information from different alignment axis improve rotational alignment of the femoral component in total knee arthroplasty?
- In vivo kinematics and performance of contemporary knee arthroplasty
- Posterior stabilization in total knee prosthesis; the effect of three different constraining designs on implant stability, knee function, clinical outcome and implant survival. A double blind randomized clinical study
Pelvis and spine projects
- Sacroiliac Joint Fusion in Patients with Severe Pelvic Girdle Pain after Pregnancy and Trauma
- Indication and treatment of degenerative adultspine correction osteotomies
- Changes i lubar lordosis after lumbar microsurgery of the spine. A part of the NORDSTEN study.
- Callotasis of the deformed lower leg
- Investigating acute Lisfranc injuries in the foot and a new surgical procedure.