Adel Khorbi

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Kienbock disease is caused by aseptic necrosis of the lunate. The aim of this work is to evaluate the results of the radial shortening procedure for the treatment of stages II. Illa IIb of the disease. We retrospectively reviewed 20 cases of Kienbock disease. This series is composed of 9 men and 11 women. The average age was 32 years. According to(More)
BACKGROUND Brodie's abscess is a bone abscess described as a localized primary purulent collection with sclerotic wall. Since the first report of Sir Benjamin Brodie in 1832, many papers described different clinical and treatment aspects. Pathogeny and therapy still remain not clearly elucidated. AIM The aim of our study is to describe clinical aspect and(More)
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY The prognosis of calcaneal joint fractures is less favorable than fractures without joint involvement. Surgical treatment is frequently recommended. The type of fixation and the usefulness of a bone graft remain subjects of debate. The purpose of this work was to present the functional and anatomic results obtained with simple screw(More)
UNLABELLED UNKNO WLOGEMENT: Ganglion cysts have been reported in all joints, with varying frequency in location. A few cases have been described concerning ganglia of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) particularly intraligamentous cysts. AIM The aim of the study is to report specific particularities of intraligamentous ganglion cyst of the ACL. CASE(More)
Musculoskeletal involvement is not uncommon in extra-pulmonary tuberculosis, but the localization in the soft tissue of the hand is very rare. Diagnosis is much more difficult because of the atypical location and non-specific symptoms. We report 6 cases of pseudotumoral form of soft tissue tuberculosis of the hand treated in our department during the past(More)
BACKGROUND Unicondylar femoral fractures are rare. They form a particular entity of the femoral lower extremity fractures. THE PURPOSE of this work was to evaluate the anatomical and functional results of unicondylar femoral fractures on pain, mobility, walking and stability of the knee. METHODS We reviewed, retrospectively, 28 patients presenting(More)
Arthroscopic surgery replaced at present more and more conventional articular surgery because its anatomic character, its less morbidity and its more simple post-poerative care. After knee, the shoulder is considere as the articulation witch benefit of the progress of arthroscopic technics. Autors reported their experience in shoulder arthroscopy witch is(More)
BACKGROUND Pseudotumoral pigmented villonodular synovitis is rare and diagnosis is difficult. AIM Report of new case. CASE We report an original observation of a pseudotumoral pigmented villonodular synovitis occurred in a 28 years old patient with no recurrence after surgical treatment. A review of the literature was made in order to precise the(More)
AIM Describe the technique of the elbow arthroscopy and discuss their indications through a series of 12 cases and a review of the literature. METHODS We report a retrospective study of a short series of 12 cases of elbow arthroscopy performed on 4 years. The indications of this technique were loose bodies in 7 cases, parcellar displaced fracture of(More)