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Reconstruction of large traumatic segmental defects of the femur using segmental allograft with vascularized fibula inlay.
- H. Ridha, J. Bernard, D. Gateley, M. Vesely
- Journal of reconstructive microsurgery
- 29 June 2011
Segmental defects of the distal femur following trauma pose a reconstructive challenge. A stable reconstruction capable of withstanding high forces while allowing early mobility is paramount. The… Expand
What alternatives post-austerity? Importance of targeted employment advice for refugee young people in London, UK
- D. Gateley
- 8 October 2014
The impact of the UK Coalition government's cuts has catastrophically impacted advisory and support services to refugee young people. Many bespoke refugee services have ceased with the alternative… Expand
Accidental burn injury during knee arthroscopy.
A case is described in which hot irrigation fluid used during a routine knee arthroscopy caused severe morbidity. The patient sustained full-thickness skin burns requiring debridement, a muscle flap,… Expand
Malignant Eccrine Poroma of the Hand
A man aged 81 sought advice at the accident and emergency department because of a lesion on the dorsum of the right hand, present for three months and rapidly enlarging. It was an exophytic ulcer… Expand
Pyoderma gangrenosum--case report.
We report the case of a woman of 34 years who had ulcerative colitis and atypical pyoderma gangrenosum. The pyoderma gangrenosum responded to conservative treatment.
Audit of pattern of closures to acute hand services in Pan Thames area.
Subungual squamous cell carcinoma
Subungual squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is rare. We present a case of subungual SCC with invasion into the underlying bone and review the literature.
Chondrosarcoma of the head of the fifth metacarpal treated with an iliac crest bone graft and concurrent Swanson's arthroplasty
An unusual case of finger clubbing
A 33-yr-old man presented with a short history of a rapidly expanding hard mass on the left middle fingertip that clinically appeared to be an enchondroma. This was excised and histopathology… Expand
The use of a pectoralis major muscle turnover flap to cover anterior shoulder defects after infected rotator cuff repair.
- P. Harris, M. Kelly, P. Calvert, D. Gateley
- Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery
- 1 March 2004
Surgical repair of a torn rotator cuff is a common and effective procedure that reduces pain and improves shoulder function. Complications such as serious infections are rare. The incidence of deep… Expand