- Full text PDF available (3)
The distribution of fibrous flexor sheath ganglions was studied in 57 patients. They were found to be more common in the third decade and in the middle finger. Both hands were equally affected. There was no clear relationship to occupation or repeated trauma. The striking finding in our study was the male predominance.
We reviewed the experience of a dedicated orthopaedic elective service to determine whether we could establish a BMI group where arthroplasty was no longer effective as assessed by the patient's functional outcome. This was a prospective observational study with retrospective analysis of data collected on 1439 total hip arthroplasty, 934 total knee… (More)
In order to determine if fibrous flexor sheath ganglia had any histological features that could distinguish them from other ganglia, wer reviewed 50 consecutive ganglia treated by surgical excision. Of these, eight were fibrous flexor sheath ganglia. They did not have any specific features to distinguish them from the other ganglia. Furthermore, an absence… (More)
We report an anomalous muscle belly of the flexor digitorum superficialis acting on the right index finger. The median nerve lay superficial to the muscle in the forearm and at the wrist.
Our aim was to determine the incidence of occult infection and to examine the role of ultrasound sonication of the implants in cases of presumed aseptic loosening in a prospective trial. Joint swabs, aspirates, and deep tissue samples were obtained from around the prosthesis for routine microbiology. Each prosthesis was sonicated and the sonicate examined… (More)
BACKGROUND Opening wedge high tibial osteotomy often requires bone grafting to improve the union rate and avoid instability at the osteotomy site. Autograft and allograft have both been associated with complications and the use of bone substitute wedges has been advocated to improve the outcome. This study investigated the clinical, radiological and… (More)
We report a patient with stenosing tenovaginitis affecting the sheath of the tendon of extensor digiti minimi. The similarities to typical de Quervain's disease are discussed.