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Bicondylar/Schatzker 6 type fractures are difficult to manage. The treatment of such fractures, need to pay specific attention to the soft tissue envelope around the knee. Hybrid external fixation has theoretical advantages in terms of the soft tissues but the benefit over internal fixation is...
According to our findings we suggest to consider the pathological processes at the bone-cement interface in 3 phases: (1) Reactive phase (first 3 weeks); (2) Resorption phase (3–6 weeks), and (3) Formation phase (6 weeks to 6 months). We have distinguished five different radiographic stages:...
Primary reconstruction with digital ray transposition produces acceptable functional outcomes after resection of malignant tumor. This procedure is best indicated for central single ray amputation but sometimes is associated with esthetical problems.
Both the Souter-Strathclyde and the Kudo TEAs provide good pain relief in the arthritic elbow leading to high patient satisfaction despite the residual disabilities. Only small differences in the results between the Souter-Strathclyde and the Kudo TEAs were found. More than half of the patients...
The importance of this study is that the patients have fixed deformities and a long follow-up time. Severely stiff elbow is one of the main indications of open arthrolysis in the patients without muscle atrophy. We suggest sequential arthrolysis as an effective way to obtain good range of motion...
Peri-operative myocardial injury is common in older HF patients but is frequently unrecognised clinically. Elevated blood cTnI level is an independent predictor of prolonged length of hospital stay (≥20 days), need for long-term RCF and mortality (if cTnI ≥1 μg/l).
Neuropathy is considered to be an unusual complication of neurofibromatosis 1 (NF1). Neurofibromatous neuropathy is extremely rare in the setting of paediatric age group, pure sensory mononeuropathy and NF1. The following is a description of a 7-year-old boy who presented with complains of...
Patient positioning in supine or lateral during total hip arthroplasty surgery has no bearing on the total amount of blood loss.
The analysis presented in this paper consolidates the latest biomechanical and clinical information on cement-in-cement revision hip arthroplasty. Although we find evidence to support the use of the method clinically, we do note that the scientific basis needs further investigation.
Our results point out that early reconstruction of ACJ-injuries in type III–V avoids the inferior clinical results of delayed reconstructions using a modified Weaver–Dunn-procedure.
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