Abhijit Manaswi

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The location, type, and local mechanism of tibial shaft fracture were determined for 66 drivers injured in frontal automobile crashes. The results from the analyses showed that the distal third is the most common fracture location (p<0.05) and that bending is responsible for the majority of these fractures regardless of the fracture site. These findings(More)
Substances that enhance fracture-healing and bone regeneration have valuable clinical application and merit future research. Advances in these technologies will enhance our ability to heal fractures in a more effective and expedient manner. This review provides a brief description of the different techniques and technologies and their respective clinical(More)
Infection after a total knee arthroplasty is an infrequent but serious complication that can have devastating consequences. Infection carries a risk of significant morbidity, and the cost of treatment can be a substantial burden to the health care system. Eradication of infection can be very difficult. Prevention of infection remains the ultimate goal.(More)
One of the most challenging aspects of revision total hip arthroplasty is management of bone loss. The acetabulum is particularly difficult, with its complex morphology and proximity to major neurovascular structures. We present a reliable classification system of pelvic and acetabular bone loss based on preoperative radiographs, and this classification(More)
A diagnosis of infection in the painful primary total knee replacement is not always a straightforward endeavor. No single, fail-proof diagnostic study for infection exists. Often multiple diagnostic studies that include imaging, blood work, and joint aspiration as well as history and physical examination need to be considered. Infection may not always be(More)
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