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The cadaveric anatomy of the distal radius: implications for the use of volar plates.
INTRODUCTION Fractures of the distal radius are common upper limb injuries, representing a substantial proportion of the trauma workload in orthopaedic units. With ever increasing advancements inExpand
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Assessing the clinical significance of change scores following carpal tunnel surgery
This article presents a prospective longitudinal study to determine the cut-off values for change scores of DASH, Levine, and Kamath questionnaires to distinguish clinical improvement followingExpand
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Theatre shoes - a link in the common pathway of postoperative wound infection?
INTRODUCTION Operating department staff are usually required to wear dedicated theatre shoes whilst in the theatre area but there is little evidence to support the beneficial use of theatre shoes. Expand
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A comparison of neck movement in the soft cervical collar and rigid cervical brace in healthy subjects.
OBJECTIVE The soft cervical collar has been prescribed for whiplash injury but has been shown to be clinically ineffective. As some authors report superior results for managing whiplash injury with aExpand
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Hand Elevation Test for Assessment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The Hand Elevation test is a new provocative test for the diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome. We have investigated the sensitivity and specificity of this test in 48 patients with a clinicalExpand
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Complex instability of the elbow.
Injuries to the elbow are commonly encountered in orthopaedic practice. They range from low energy, simple isolated fractures, to high energy complex fracture dislocations with severe ligamentousExpand
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Arthroscopic triple fusion joint preparation using two lateral portals: a cadaveric study to evaluate efficacy and safety.
BACKGROUND Arthroscopic triple fusion has several advantages over open techniques, but its use has yet to become widespread. Preliminary published techniques use five portals with neurovascular risk.Expand
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Fixation of ankle fragility fractures by tibiotalocalcaneal nail
IntroductionFragility fractures of the ankle are difficult to treat by conventional fixation due to poor bone quality, compromised soft tissues, and inherent instability. Conservative management ofExpand
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Mid-term outcome of GSB-III total elbow arthroplasty in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and patients with post-traumatic arthritis
IntroductionWe reviewed the mid-term outcome of GSB-III semi-constrained total elbow arthroplasty (TEA) and compared the results of patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and those suffering fromExpand
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Continuous passive motion following elbow arthrolysis.
THE PATIENT A 35-year-old right-handed man presents 12 months after a posterior elbow dislocation. He was initially immobilized in a cast for 2 weeks after which he did elbow exercises supervised byExpand
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