Michał Pyda

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BACKGROUND Anterolateral soft tissue impingement of the ankle joint is a common consequence of ankle sprain due to excessive supination and adduction of the foot, injuries to the tibiofibular syndesmosis and lateral malleolus fractures. MATERIAL AND METHODS Twenty-two arthroscopic procedures to treat anterolateral soft tissue impingement of the ankle(More)
SUMMARY Background. Even though heterotopic ossification (HO) is most often asymptomatic in patients after total hip replacement (THR), it remains a serious problem in orthopaedics as it is observed in nearly all operated patients. Materials and methods: The article presents a pre-and post-operative retrospective analysis of heterotopic ossification based(More)
We believe that all bone necrosis passes through a preradiologic stage, which is either painful and therefore Stage I or asymptomatic and therefore Stage O. Moreover, the diagnosis of osteonecrosis cannot be made by standard x-ray technique, which means that a normal x-ray examination does not guarantee that the hip is normal. The diagnosis in the early(More)
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