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We present the case of a patient who was treated by open reduction and internal fixation for a displaced glenoid fracture using a limited posterior approach.
We conclude that the earlier coverage with vital tissue is obtained, the lower the incidence of infection. Early consultation by a plastic surgeon will increase a positive outcome of treatment of complex tissue defects.
It reveals that a TSP, as an adjuvant to a lag screw placed inferiorly, is an easy and safe solution for the treatment of early cut-out of a lag screw in unstable intertrochanteric fractures.
We describe two patients with a constrained acetabular component who required treatment for recurrent dislocation showing postoperative periprosthetic acetabular bone loss. These hips required revision surgery and demonstrated considerable bone loss caused by the migrated acetabular component....
From these preliminary results we conclude that the comfort of limb lengthening with the ISKD is increased by the elimination of fixator-associated complications and by the simple distraction mechanism, which is well tolerated by the patients. Further advantages of the ISKD are early full weight...
Though collapse of a new weight-bearing area can be prevented, progressive collapse of the transposed necrotic area induces anterior joint instability, giving rise to osteoarthritic change. It is therefore concluded that prevention of the collapse of the transposed necrotic area is important for...
In stable and alert trauma patients, a thorough clinical examination will detect pelvic fractures with nearly 100% sensitivity, thus rendering initial radiography unnecessary in this group of patients.
Despite the previously reported, less favorable results, THA is a good option for the younger population, even with AVN, especially in bilateral disease. Etiology did not affect the final outcome. However, patients with steroid-induced AVN should be informed that although their final functional...
We feel that both plate fixation and the unreamed humeral locked nail are good alternatives for the treatment of humeral shaft nonunions, although nailing achieves union earlier and has fewer complications.
The XS nail which is introduced here fulfils the requirements made of an implant as regards maximum protection of soft tissue, secure fracture fixation and early exercise tolerance, including ankle fractures. No implant dislocation, no deep infection and no re-osteosynthesis were observed. Its...
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