Ismail Jahromi

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Few reports have been published about patient-perceived outcomes and return to sport following total knee arthroplasty (TKA) compared with unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA). This article compares the two procedures using self-assessment questionnaires to determine whether there was a difference in patient-perceived Oxford scores, return to sport, and(More)
Arthrofibrosis following total knee replacement (TKR) is a relatively common complication which results in a reduction in knee range of movement and patient dissatisfaction. A retrospective study examined the relationship between anticoagulation with therapeutic warfarin and rates of arthrofibrosis following TKR. Arthrofibrosis was defined as less than 80(More)
Therapeutic hip arthroscopy for the treatment of chondral degeneration remains controversial. A retrospective cohort study examined 70 patients of mean age 47 (range 22–87) years who had undergone hip arthroscopy and assessed them for evidence of chondral degeneration using radiological and arthroscopic means. Clinical outcome was assessed using a modified(More)
We reviewed 150 patients (183 knees) who underwent mini-incision unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (Oxford). Mean age was 71.5 (36–92) years. Review was conducted at least 12 months following surgery. To assess results, we used the Oxford knee questionnaire, modified Grimby score, return to sport and work, knee “normality” and patient general health. The(More)
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