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Background Hip resurfacing has gained popularity for the treatment of young and active patients who have arthritis. Recent literature has demonstrated an increased rate of revision among female patients as compared with male patients who have undergone hip resurfacing. The aim of the present...
Background Musculoskeletal injuries of the shoulder in paraplegic patients with long-term survival can result from overuse and/or inappropriate use of wheelchairs. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the prevalence and risk of pathological changes in the weight-bearing shoulder...
Background Lateral column lengthening, a commonly used adjuvant for the reconstruction of adult flatfoot deformity, can lead to postoperative complaints of lateral plantar pain or discomfort. We hypothesized that patients with such symptoms would have increased lateral plantar pressures when...
Background Spinal cord monitoring is now considered standard care during surgery for spinal deformity. Combined somatosensory and motor evoked potential monitoring allows the detection of early spinal cord dysfunction in most patients. The purpose of the current study was to identify clinical...
Isometric evaluation of hip and knee muscle strength can be a useful objective assessment tool in the clinic and may be preferred over other forms of dynamic muscle testing, such as isokinetic assessment or variable-resistance weight-lifting. Assessment of isometric strength with use of a...
Background Chronic posterolateral knee injuries often result in substantial patient morbidity and functional instability. The clinical stability and functional outcomes following anatomic reconstructions in patients with a chronic posterolateral knee injury have not been determined, to our...
Background As the number of studies in the literature is increasing, orthopaedic surgeons highly depend on meta-analyses as their primary source of scientific evidence. The objectives of this review were to assess the scientific quality and number of published meta-analyses on...
Background Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease is a pediatric disorder characterized by osteonecrosis of the proximal femoral epiphysis. The etiology probably involves successive vascular occlusions, in which hypercoagulable disorders may play a role. We evaluated the etiologic role of thrombophilia in...
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