Karan Siwach

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Peritrochanteric fractures are common problems in elderly patients [1]. Operative treatment permits early mobilization and minimizes complications of prolonged recumbency [2]. Peritrochanteric fractures are treated with both extramedullary and intramedullary devices [3]. Each device has its own advantages and disadvantages. The advantage of extramedullary(More)
Background and objectives: Peritrochanteric fractures are devastating injuries that most commonly affect the elderly population and also the young. Peritrochanteric fracture is a leading cause of hospital admissions in elderly people. The number of such admissions is on a raise because of increasing life span and sedentary habits. Conservative methods of(More)
BACKGROUND Arthroscopic debridement has been a gold standard procedure for anterior ankle impingement, both in cases of osseous and soft tissue impingement. There is sparse literature on comparative outcome with respect to functional results between the two types of impingement post-arthroscopic debridement. METHODS Our study included 14 patients(More)
INTRODUCTION The aim of the study was to compare clinical and radiological outcomes of arthroscopic single-bundle versus double-bundle anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. PATIENT AND METHODS 60 patients with isolated ACL injury were divided into single bundle (SB) (n = 30) and double bundle (DB) reconstruction groups (n = 30) and operated(More)
BACKGROUND Salvage of large, infected bone defects in tibia poses a formidable problem. The present prospective study aimed to evaluate radiologic and functional outcome of ring fixator in infected, large (≥6 cm) bone defects of tibia treated with distraction osteogenesis. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study included 35 patients (30 males and 5 females) who(More)
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