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The objective of this study was to asses the physiological impact of fluid gained during routine shoulder arthroscopy. Included in this study were 40 consecutive patients undergoing an arthroscopic procedure of the shoulder. The weight, hemoglobin, hematocrit, and physiologic observations were compared pre- and postsurgery and correlated to the duration of… (More)
This article discusses an interesting and unusual complication of unicondylar knee arthroplasty, in which a retained meniscus resulted in a bucket-handle tear with symptoms that responded well to arthroscopic meniscectomy.
Cetuximab and panitumumab are chimeric and fully human monoclonal antibodies, respectively, against epidermal growth factor receptor used in the treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC). Incidence of documented infusion reaction (IR) is more common with cetuximab (all grades [g]: 15–21%, g 3/4: 2–5%) than panitumumab (all g: 4%, g 3/4: 1%).… (More)
We report on an unusual case where a seemingly trivial injury in a patient on immunosupressant therapy led to fracture of the coracoid and an unstable shoulder with a subscapularis tear. This was managed with open reduction and internal fixation. One year postoperatively, the patient had regained full function and range of motion.
Achilles tendon rupture bilaterally secondary to predisposing factors such as steroid, fluoroquinolones, SLE, RA etc. Other factors are well-described in the literature but this is an extremely rare phenomenon in the absence of risk factors. Available reports in healthy athletes, all had history of severe trauma. We report an unusual presentation of… (More)
The authors present a rare case of anti-Vel antibodies in a patient who underwent a shoulder replacement with a custom designed procedure which involved combination of autologous blood pre-deposit, pre-operative haemodilution and resurfacing arthroplasty.