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Femoroacetabular Impingement and Low Energy Posterior Hip Dislocation: A Case Report
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A 28-year-old male who sustained an indirect injury of his left hip while playing soccer, which resulted in a posterior fracture-dislocation, showed signs of combined femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). Expand
Changes in mechanical, chemical, and thermal sensitivity of the cornea after topical application of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
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Flurbiprofen had a very limited effect on sensations evokes by corneal stimulation, whereas diclofenac reduced the intensity of sensations evoked by stimuli of different modality, suggesting a mild local anesthetic effect of this drug on all types of corneals sensory fibers. Expand
[Thrombosis of the superficial femoral vein due to psoas bursitis secondary to particle disease in total hip arthroplasty].
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The patient had tumors in the iliac fossa with swelling of the thigh and pain upon hip flexion and extension, and the diagnosis was psoas bursitis secondary to the release of polyethylene particles that caused compression and thrombosis of the superficial femoral vein. Expand
[Superficial femoral vein thrombosis due to large psoas bursitis secondary to particle disease in total hip arthroplasty].
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A case of large psoas bursitis secondary to the release of polyethylene particles which caused superficial femoral vein compression and thrombosis is presented. Expand
[Femoral superficial vein thrombosis due to a large iliopsoas bursitis secondary to polyethylene wear debris in total hip arthroplasty].
A 76 year old male patient with a history of implantation of a total hip arthroplasty Perfecta (Orthomet(®)), who presented with an iliac fossa mass, increased diameter of the thigh, and pain duringExpand
Femoral vein thrombosis due to a large iliopsoas bursitis secondary to polyethylene wear debris in total hip arthroplasty
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A case of a large iliopsoas bursitis caused by polyethylene particles, which caused compression and thrombosis of the superficial femoral vein is presented. Expand
Letter to the Editor
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The authors agreed with the mechanism that was recently described and represented graphically in a case report of a young soccer player with femoroacetabular impingement that suffered from a low-energy posterior fracture-dislocation and suggested other factors that could enhance posterior hip dislocation in patients with FemoroacetABular Impingement: retroversion of the femoral neck, retroverted of the acetabulum, and decreased acetabular depth. Expand
USE OF ARTHROSCOPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF INTRAARTICULAR DISTAL RADIUS FRACTURES
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The use of arthroscopy in intraarticular fractures of the distal extremity of the radius is a technique that helps achieve a more accurate reduction of the joint surface and allows the repair of lesions which would have been overlooked during traditional surgery without decreasing union rate or functional results. Expand