Jibanananda Satpathy

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BACKGROUND Recent advances in the understanding of the anatomy and function of the acetabular labrum suggest that it is important for normal joint function. We found no available data regarding whether labral refixation after treatment of femoro-acetabular impingement affects the clinical and radiographic results. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed the(More)
The current literature on femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is focused on acetabular orientation and femoral head asphericity, with little emphasis on the effect of version of the femoral neck. A biomechanical model was developed to determine the causative effect, if any, of femoral retroversion on hip contact stress and, if present, delineate the type of(More)
Identifying native femoral version from proximal femoral landmarks would be of benefit both for preoperative assessment as well as intraoperatively. To identify potential markers for femoral anteversion, an empirical framework was developed for orientation-independent analysis of the proximal femur from pelvic CT to allow for segmentation of the proximal(More)
Introduction: Spontaneous retroperitoneal hematoma is a relatively rare condition that usually occurs in patients receiving anticoagulation therapy or those with a history of hemophilia. The presentation may vary from mild abdominal discomfort to acute hemodynamic collapse. Given the potential for exsanguination, it is important to detect this potentially(More)
A feared complication of temporary surgical drain placement is from the technical error of accidentally suturing the surgical drain into the wound. Postoperative discovery of a tethered drain can frequently necessitate return to the operating room if it cannot be successfully removed with nonoperative techniques. Formal wound exploration increases(More)
Interlocking nailing has become the common method of treatment of most diaphyseal fractures of long bones today (Brumback et al. in J Bone Joint Surg A 70:1453–1462, 1988; Winquist et al. in J Bone Joint Surg [Am] 66:529–539, 1984). Interlocking screws at the end of the nail that is free of the jig is usually done free hand, by perfect circle technique.(More)
BACKGROUND Oral multimodal analgesia for hip and knee arthroplasty is increasingly used as part of enhanced recovery protocols designed to minimize early postoperative pain and to facilitate early discharge, while minimizing undesirable side effects related to single-agent opioid administration. METHODS This article is a review of previously published(More)
BACKGROUND Patient optimization is receiving increasing attention as outcomes monitoring and bundled payments have been introduced in joint arthroplasty. Optimization of nutrition is an important aspect of perioperative management. METHODS This manuscript is a review of previously published material related to nutrition and the impact of malnutrition on(More)
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