dr. R.J.H. (Roel) Custers

dr. R.J.H. (Roel) Custers

Assistant Professor - medical

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Research Output (43)

Knee Joint Distraction Compared with High Tibial Osteotomy and Total Knee Arthroplasty:Two-Year Clinical, Radiographic, and Biochemical Marker Outcomes of Two Randomized Controlled Trials

Jansen Mylène P., Besselink Nick J., van Heerwaarden Ronald J., Custers Roel J.H., Emans Pieter J., Spruijt Sander, Mastbergen Simon C., Lafeber Floris P.J.G. 13 Feb 2019, In: Cartilage. 12 , p. 181-191 11 p.

Surgical Feasibility of a One-Stage Cell-Based Arthroscopic Procedure for Meniscus Regeneration:A Cadaveric Study

Hagmeijer Michella H, Vonk Lucienne A, Kouwenhoven Jan-Willem, Custers Roel J H, Bleys Ronald L, Krych Aaron J, Saris Daniel B F 1 Dec 2018, In: Tissue engineering. Part C, Methods. 24 , p. 688-696 9 p.

Internal Fixation of Unstable Osteochondritis Dissecans:Do Open Growth Plates Improve Healing Rate?

Wu Isabella T, Custers Roel J H, Desai Vishal S, Pareek Ayoosh, Stuart Michael J, Saris Daniël B F, Krych Aaron J Aug 2018, In: American Journal of Sports Medicine. 46 , p. 2394-2401 8 p.

Cartilage Quality (dGEMRIC Index) Following Knee Joint Distraction or High Tibial Osteotomy

Besselink Nick J, Vincken Koen L, Bartels L Wilbert, van Heerwaarden Ronald J, Concepcion Arno N, Marijnissen Anne C A, Spruijt Sander, Custers Roel J H, van der Woude Jan-Ton A D, Wiegant Karen, Welsing Paco M J, Mastbergen Simon C, Lafeber Floris P J G 1 Jun 2018, In: Cartilage. 11 , p. 19-31 13 p.

Initial tissue repair predicts long-term clinical success of knee joint distraction as treatment for knee osteoarthritis

Jansen M. P., van der Weiden G. S., Van Roermund P. M., Custers R. J.H., Mastbergen S. C., Lafeber F. P.J.G. 1 Jan 2018, In: Osteoarthritis and Cartilage. 26 , p. 1604-1608 5 p.

Five-Year Follow-up of Knee Joint Distraction:Clinical Benefit and Cartilaginous Tissue Repair in an Open Uncontrolled Prospective Study

van der Woude Jan-Ton A D, Wiegant Karen, Van Roermund Peter M., Intema Femke, Custers Roel J H, Eckstein Felix, van Laar Jaap M, Mastbergen Simon C., Lafeber Floris P J G Jul 2017, In: Cartilage. 8 , p. 263-271 9 p.

Knee joint distraction compared with high tibial osteotomy:a randomized controlled trial

van der Woude J. A D, Wiegant K., van Heerwaarden R. J., Spruijt S., van Roermund P. M., Custers R. J H, Mastbergen S. C., Lafeber F. P J G Mar 2017, In: Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology Arthroscopy. 25 , p. 876–886 11 p.

Prediction of cartilaginous tissue repair after knee joint distraction

van der Woude J A D, Welsing P M, van Roermund P M, Custers R J H, Kuchuk N O, Lafeber F P J G G 1 Oct 2016, In: The Knee. 23 , p. 792-795 4 p.

Six weeks of continuous joint distraction appears sufficient for clinical benefit and cartilaginous tissue repair in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis

van der Woude J. A D, van Heerwaarden R. J., Spruijt S., Eckstein F., Maschek S., van Roermund P. M., Custers R. J H, van Spil W. E., Mastbergen S. C., Lafeber F. P J G Oct 2016, In: Knee. 23 , p. 785–791 7 p.

Early evolving joint degeneration by cartilage trauma is primarily mechanically controlled

Wiegant K., Beekhuizen M., Mastbergen S. C., Kuchuk N. O., Barten-van Rijbroek A. D., Custers R. J H, Saris D. B F, Creemers L. B., Lafeber F. P J G Jun 2016, In: Knee. 23 , p. 487–494 8 p.

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