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An alternative method of fixation of calcaneal tuberosity fractures using the Tightrope(®) technique.
Calcaneal tuberosity fractures account for 1% to 3% of all calcaneal fractures. These fractures are frequently seen in the osteoporotic or diabetic elderly population. The patient's comorbidities,Expand
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Normal pedal pulses in a popliteal artery thrombosis after a trampoline-associated knee dislocation: a case report
In lower extremity trauma, it is routine to check the neurovascular status of the affected limb. Failure to recognise a vascular injury can have catastrophic consequences for the patient. TheExpand
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An innovative bespoke technique for the retrieval of broken distal locking bolts.
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A Case of Fulminant Portal Pyemia Complicating Hemicolectomy for Polyps: Literature Review and Case Report
IntroductionPortal pyaemia is a rare phenomenon that can complicate a variety of pathologies and surgical procedures. It has a predilection for elderly and immunocompromised patients.DiscussionWeExpand
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Trigger finger presenting secondary to leiomyoma: a case report
IntroductionWe present a previously undescribed entity: trigger finger secondary to a leiomyoma. This is the first time such a case has been reported and highlights the fact that common conditionsExpand
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Does a daily consultant ward round affect the outcomes of orthopaedic patients?
INTRODUCTION In the UK, more than 60 000 patients present with a fractured neck of femur each year. These patients represent a huge financial cost. This study looks at the 30-day readmissions andExpand
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Freiberg’s Disease of Bilateral and Adjacent Metatarsals
Freiberg’s disease is a rare condition characterized by avascular necrosis of the lesser metatarsal heads. The incidence is highest in females, and the disease is usually unilateral, affecting just aExpand