Andrew Ian Jenkins

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A new method of preventing recurrent dislocation following total hip replacement was described by Olerud and Karlstr#{246}m (1985). It involves augmentation of the acetabular component with a sector cut from another acetabular prosthesis and screwed to the original implant. This procedure was performed on three of our patients with recurrent dislocation,(More)
We present the case of a 3-year-old boy, a known case of mild spastic diplegic cerebral palsy who developed an atraumatic fracture of his right calcaneum. An atraumatic fracture calcaneum at such a young age has not been previously reported. We also present a detailed overview of investigations following his symptomatology. The need for a periodic(More)
A 65-year-old physically active man presented with sudden onset leg pain and inability to dorsiflex his foot following a trivial fall. There was no tenseness in the anterior compartment and compartment pressure was normal. Three days later he developed erythema with pitting oedema of the leg. Serum creatine kinase was 14000 U/l initially which gradually(More)
We present an unusual case of a carpenter who had posterior interosseous nerve compression syndrome post-traumatic biceps brachii tendon rupture. The symptomatic presentation was confirmed by nerve conduction studies. Such a complication of biceps brachii tendon rupture has not been reported so far.
In recent years, the delivery of health services has seen a shift towards interprofessional teamwork in order to effectively utilise the skills of each member of the healthcare team to deliver optimal patient care. Nevertheless, a variety of barriers, including lack of communication between healthcare professionals (HCPs), have been identified. The(More)
Flexible carbon fibre implants have been used in 40 cases of chronic ankle instability. The carbon fibre implant permits retention of inversion, does not interfere with peroneal function and is simple to insert. Thirty-seven cases were available for review 46 months after surgery. In 35 cases normal stability had been restored, and 22 patients continued to(More)
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