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Complex fracture-dislocation of the proximal interphalangeal joint of the hand. Results of a modified pins and rubbers traction system.
A pins and rubbers traction system modified to avoid friction of the pins against the bone during mobilisation of the joint in order to minimise the risk of osteolysis has given acceptable results with a low rate of complications. Expand
Chronic Pain After Ankle Fracture: An Arthroscopic Assessment Case Series
Synovitis and chondral damage were more frequent than arthrofibrosis and spurs in patients with residual complaints after an appropriately treated ankle fracture and the higher the lateral malleolar fracture was in relation to the syndesmosis, the higher was the occurrence of talar chondrals damage. Expand
Assessing angulation on digital images of radiographs of fractures of the distal radius: visual estimation versus computer software measurement
We assessed the reliability of visual estimation of angles on computer images of radiographs, and compared their accuracy with the measurement of angles using computer software for ten distal radiusExpand
Complications and Management
Mobile bearing total knee prostheses have a potential for bearing dislocation or spinout. Surgeons must understand the etiology and management of this unusual complication if they are going to useExpand
Effect of Wrist Position on Power Grip and Key Pinch Strength Following Carpal Tunnel Decompression
The authors conclude that some of the immediate postoperative loss of grip strength in wrist flexion can be attributed to prolapse of flexor tendons out of the carpal tunnel in this position. Expand
Patient satisfaction following carpal-tunnel decompression: a comparison of patients with and without osteoarthritis of the wrist
In conclusion, patient satisfaction following surgical decompression in patients with secondary CTS due to osteoarthritis was significantly lower compared to patients without osteearthritis of the wrist. Expand
DXA Measured Distal Femur Bone Mineral Density in Patients After Total Knee Arthroplasty: Method Development and Reproducibility.
This pilot study's purpose was to define regional BMD variation throughout the femur, suggest standard dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) regions of interest (ROIs) and evaluate BMD reproducibility at these ROIs, and propose measuring femur BMD using ROIs placed at 15% and 25%. Expand
The KOMPACT-P study: Knee Osteoarthritis Management with Physiotherapy informed by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy—Pilot study protocol
This pilot study aims to explore the safety, acceptability and feasibility of the Knee Osteoarthritis Management with Physiotherapy informed by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (KOMPACT) approach in people awaiting TKA. Expand