Bartosz Mańkowski

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BACKGROUND Calcaneal fractures are the most common of all tarsal fractures, with the majority being the result of high energy injuries causing comminution of bone and lesions of the posterior articular surface. If the bone fragments are left dislocated or non-operative reduction is attempted, the outcome is poor, often with chronic disability. On the other(More)
BACKGROUND Penetrating neck trauma involving foreign bodies is a rare event in European countries. Due to its relatively high mortality rate, the correct management strategy must be initiated from the beginning to prevent fatal complications. In the medical literature, there are only a few cases describing foreign bodies penetrating the cervical spine.(More)
Femoral neck fracture is an unusual complication of intramedullary fixation of a broken femur. We report on two cases of femoral neck fractures attributed to misplacement of an end cup and subsequent invasive maneuvers in an effort to remove it. Iatrogenic fractures of the femoral neck during or after intramedullary nailing are reported in the medical(More)
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