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Author:Simon M. Thompson , Daniel G. G. Wilson , Nimesh Patel ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2015, Vol.5, pp.1-2AP
Abstract:Insertion of the bearing can be challenging due to patient body habitus or limited exposure when using a minimally invasive technique. We describe a novel way of inserting the bearing not previously described in the literature. The bearing is positioned on the femoral component i...
Author:Per Knoess , Jakobs , Otto ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2011, Vol.1, pp.1-7AP
Abstract:Background. No marker reflecting the pathobiology of meniscal degeneration (MD) is established so far. NITEGE is a hexapeptide fragments produced when aggrecan is cleaved. Methods. In vitro IL-1 exposition of bovine menisci (n = 4) caused extracellular NITEGE deposits detected by...
Author:Stephen T. Duncan , Wright , Lawrence
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2011, Vol.1, pp.1-3AP
Abstract:Open hindfoot injuries result from high-energy trauma and include soft tissue disruption, joint dislocations, with possible chondral and osseous injuries. The term “total talus dislocation”, is an uncommon open hindfoot injury associated with talar extrusion. However, a to...
Author:Victoria L. Chester
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2011, Vol.1, pp.1-7AP
Abstract:The characteristics of idiopathic hypotonic gait are poorly understood. The purpose of this study was to identify biomechanical parameters that differentiate between children with hypotonia and an age-matched control group. Twelve children with idiopathic hypotonia, aged 6–1...
Author:Christopher R. Lawrence , Parker
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2011, Vol.1, pp.1-6AP
Abstract:We undertook this large prospective study of intracapsular fractures treated with internal fixation to evaluate whether the degree of initial fracture displacement correlated to fracture healing complications including non-union and avascular necrosis. We classified intracapsular...
Author:Hey Hwee Weng Dennis , Tak
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2011, Vol.1, pp.1-5AP
Abstract:The management of traumatic thoracolumbar spine fractures has been controversial. Most columnar models explain stability based on the sagital profile of the spine. In Denis' classification, the middle column provides the greatest mechanical stability and bears the greatest axial ...
Author:Raees Ahmed , Syed Tabish R. Zaidi , Hasan Husein Hasan Moshtohry ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2012, Vol.2, pp.1-5AP
Abstract:Objective. To determine the impact of an intensivist lead tracheostomy care team on the number of successful decannulations in non-critically ill patients and the time required for such decannulations and discharge from the hospital. Methods. Following the introduction of a multi...
Author:Daniel Axelrod , Ori Safran , Terry Axelrod ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2013, Vol.3, pp.1-3AP
Abstract:Recent studies favor surgical management of displaced clavicle fractures. Displacement is measured using anterior-posterior (AP) X-rays. Since displacement can occur in all three dimensions, however, standard methods of evaluation can be difficult and inaccurate. This study ...
Author:S. M. Thompson , R. J. Emery , P. R. Reilly ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2014, Vol.4, pp.1-4AP
Abstract:Background. Tears of the rotator cuff are common, some are repaired surgically. There are problems associated with repair and arthroscopic knot tying, and retear rates can be as high as 94%. It is known that surgical knots can slip or break and may cause ischemia and infection, a...
Author:Shahryar Noordin , Sheilla Pinjani
Data Source:[J].Journal of Orthopaedics and Traum, 2014, Vol.4, pp.1-5AP
Abstract:Resident attrition is a significant issue facing graduate surgical education, with broad implications for trainees, their families, educators, and society at large. Resident attrition is costly and often may represent a poor initial selection process, inadequate training in medic...

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