Yasser R Farid

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UNLABELLED Reconstruction of the proximal femur after tumor resection can be achieved with either an endoprosthesis or an allograft-prosthetic composite. We compared the two modalities for complications, functional outcome, and construct survival. We retrospectively analyzed 52 patients with endoprostheses and 20 with allograft-prosthetic composite(More)
Acetabular fractures with complete or incomplete quadrilateral plate separation frequently present with central displacement of the femoral head. Failure of stable fixation of medial wall fractures leaves residual subluxation despite reduction of other fracture components. Several fixation techniques may be either technically demanding or insufficient for(More)
En bloc resection of iliosacral sarcomas is a surgical challenge. There are substantial risks of inadequate margins, local recurrence, and nerve root loss when pelvic sarcomas involve sacral root canals and foramina. The decancellation technique uses principles similar to transpedicle decancellation in spinal deformity correction to perform the sacral(More)
Two-stage reimplantation, with interval antibiotic-impregnated cement spacer, is the preferred treatment of prosthetic knee joint infections. In medically compromised hosts with prior failed surgeries, the outcomes are poor. Articulating spacers in such patients render the knee unstable; static spacers have risks of dislocation and extensor mechanism(More)
In 1999, we began a study to assess the long-term effect of connective tissue cancer treatment on clinical, social, and psychologic aspects of the lives of surviving patients. A specially designed computer program generated an 85-item questionnaire, which was sent to more than 2000 patients with malignant bone and soft tissue neoplasms. Twelve hundred(More)
The classic ilioinguinal approach is a standard procedure with reportedly high success rates in many displaced fractures of the acetabulum. Intraarticular visualization and exposure of the anterior wall and the quadrilateral plate are its main limitations. We propose a subinguinal approach based on the principle used for oncologic procedures that naturally(More)
Osteotomies of the proximal femur and proximal tibia in revision arthroplasty are well described while guidelines for distal femoral osteotomy are limited. Femoral stems are used with increasing frequency for fixation of revision components in knee arthroplasty and their removal is technically challenging particularly in the setting of infection. We(More)
Treatment options for arthrofibrosis following total knee arthroplasty include manipulation under anesthesia, open or arthroscopic arthrolysis, and revision surgery to correct identifiable problems. We propose preoperative low-dose irradiation and Constrained Condylar or Rotating-hinge revision for severe, idiopathic arthrofibrosis. Irradiation may decrease(More)
Rotating-hinge knee prostheses have low survivorship and high complications except in primary arthroplasties in elderly patients. We retrospectively reviewed 142 single third-generation design, rotating hinge prostheses (11 primary procedures and 131 revisions) at 57 months follow up. Implant survival was 73%. Successful two-stage reimplantation for(More)
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