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Background: Despite the recent trend toward internal fixation of distal radial fractures, few randomized trials have examined whether volar plate fixation is superior to other stabilization techniques. The purpose of the present study was to compare (1) open reduction and internal fixation with...
Background: Several strategies to reduce construct stiffness have been proposed to promote secondary bone healing following fracture fixation with locked bridge plating constructs. However, stiffness reduction is typically gained at the cost of construct strength. In the present study, we tested...
Background: Chondrocyte death has been linked to injury-induced oxidative damage, suggesting that antioxidants could substantially improve viability. However, since reactive oxygen species play roles in normal physiology, there are concerns that antioxidants may have deleterious side effects. To...
Background: Considerable interest has been focused on the design of the glenoid component used in total shoulder arthroplasty in order to reduce the risk of loosening. One design-related feature that has attracted attention is whether to use pegged or keeled cemented glenoid components. The main...
Background: Autogenous vascularized fibular transfer is used effectively for a variety of complex reconstructive procedures. Published series demonstrating the morbidity associated with its harvest have, understandably, been relatively small, and graft site (hip) complications have not been...
Background: Prophylactic systemic antibiotics significantly lower the risk of postoperative infection, and injection of antibiotics directly into the wound cavity has been found to be even more effective. In this study, we investigated the efficacy of direct injection of antibiotics into a wound...
Background: Traditionally, distal radial fractures in the elderly have been treated nonoperatively with casting. However, since the introduction of the volar locking plating system in 2000, there has been an interest in the use of more aggressive treatment methods. The purpose of the present...
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