Shardaindu Sharma

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Discrepancy in leg length after total hip replacement has been associated with patient dissatisfaction. We prospectively studied 200 consecutive patients undergoing unilateral Charnley hip replacements to identify whether there is a demonstrable association between such disparity and postoperative function. Radiological measurements between defined points(More)
We analysed the long-term clinical and radiological results of 63 uncemented Low Contact Stress total knee replacements in 47 patients with rheumatoid arthritis. At a mean follow-up of 12.9 years (10 to 16), 36 patients (49 knees) were still alive; three patients (five knees) were lost to follow-up. Revision was necessary in three knees (4.8%) and the rate(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the outcome after closed reduction and pinning using a Kirschner wire inserted laterally and another inserted vertically through the olecranon for displaced supracondylar humeral fractures. METHODS 39 boys and 11 girls aged 2 to 12 (mean, 7.27) years underwent closed reduction and pinning using a Kirschner wire inserted laterally and(More)
Purpose: There is no consensus on the best way of managing distal tibia dia-metaphyseal extra-articular fractures. To avoid the complications associated with other methods of fixation in these fractures we used intramedullary cannulated distal tibial nail for fixation, utilizing the advantages of nailing. We evaluated results, complications and mean time of(More)
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