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Başar Hakan H Hakan Başar, Mustafa Erkan İnanmaz, Kamil Çağrı Köse, Department of Orthopaedic and Traumatology, Sakarya Training and Research Hospital, 54100 Sakarya, - - 2014
Here, we present the clinical and radiological results of three neglected volar metacarpophalangeal dislocations in 2 patients, which were treated with open reductions 10 and 24 mo after the dislocations. There was a mean of a 20° (range 10°-30°) limitation of extension and a 53.3° (range 30°-70°) limitation of flexion ...
Kapukaya A - - 2013
PURPOSE. To evaluate outcome of open reduction and Kirschner wire fixation with triceps lengthening for neglected elbow dislocations. METHODS. Records of 6 women and 14 men aged 7 to 60 (mean, 20) years who underwent open reduction and Kirschner wire fixation with triceps lengthening for neglected elbow dislocations were reviewed. ...
Sulaiman Abdul R - - 2013
We reviewed 13 patients without an underlying syndrome with traumatic hip dislocation between 3 and 10 years of age (mean 4.8 years) at the time of injury. The final reviews were between 1 and 11 years (mean 6 years). All children had posterior dislocation, except one, who had an anterior ...
Chechik Ofir - - 2013
: Rotatory atlantoaxial subluxation (RAS) is a rare condition that is often misdiagnosed and therefore incorrectly managed. We describe our experience and propose an algorithm for treating neglected RAS nonoperatively. : All consecutive children with neglected (>6 wk) RAS were treated in our department between 2005 and 2010 by cervical ...
Nijboer Tanja C W - - 2012
The aim of the current study was to investigate recovery of visuospatial neglect during the first year after stroke. Visuospatial neglect was measured using two frequently and widely used tests: the letter cancellation test (LCT) and the line bisection test (LBT). This was a prospective cohort study of 101 stroke ...
Abduljabbar Hassan S - - 2012
Foreign objects in the female genital tract neglected for a long period of time may lead to many clinical problems including recurrent vaginal discharge and infertility. We present a case of 3-year long infertility, and 11-year long recurrent vaginal discharge in a 24-year-old female. She was treated empirically with several ...
El-Sayed Mohamed M Department of Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery, and Limb Reconstructive Surgeries, Tanta University, 96, Hasan Radwan St., Dr. Mostafa Hosny Building, Tanta, Gharbia 3111 - - 2012
The surgical management of neglected developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) in walking children has always been a challenge to orthopedic surgeons. The aim of this study was to evaluate the short- to middle-term clinical and radiographic results of the management of DDH. Patients less than 6 years old using two ...
Egerdie R B - - 2012
Denosumab, a fully human monoclonal antibody against RANK ligand, increased bone mineral density (BMD) and reduced fracture risk vs placebo in a phase 3 trial in men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT). The present analysis of this study evaluated BMD changes after 36 months in responder subgroups ...
Meding John B - - 2011
Polyethylene wear may be affected by the type of polyethylene resin, manufacturing technique, degree of thermal stabilization, and sterilization technique. We therefore compared femoral head penetration into the PE and cup survival using the same cup system with different PE resins, manufacturing, and sterilization techniques. Our study group consisted of ...
Epstein Noah J - - 2011
Several studies have reported that the transverse acetabular ligament (TAL) can be used to orient the acetabular component during total hip arthroplasty and that it can be identified in nearly all patients. We attempted to determine how often the TAL could be identified during primary THA and its accuracy as ...
Mall Nathan A - - 2011
Osteolysis is a major mode of hip implant failure. Previous literature has focused on the amount of polyethylene wear comparing highly crosslinked polyethylene (HXPLE) with conventional liners but has not clarified the relative incidence of osteolysis with these two liners. We determined (1) the incidence of osteolysis in HXLPE versus ...
Al-Taki Muhyeddine M - - 2011
Proximal femoral replacement using a segmental modular system is one option for revision THA in the presence of severe bone loss or periprosthetic fracture. While many papers report function in these patients, they do not describe the quality of life. We evaluated the quality of life in patients undergoing proximal ...
Mutimer Jonathan - - 2010
Although hip arthroplasty reliably relieves pain and improves function, problems have arisen with wear and osteolysis. Highly crosslinked polyethylene has been developed to address this problem although at present there is limited clinical evidence it does so longer term. We compared the in vivo wear of standard versus highly crosslinked ...
Howie Colin R - - 2010
Total hip arthroplasty (THA) in the presence of developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) can be technically challenging. Restoring the anatomic center of hip rotation may require femoral osteotomy. Techniques using cementless components are widely reported but less is known about using cemented components that may be more appropriate with ...
Hernigou Philippe - - 2010
THA performed in patients with cognitive deficits or neuromuscular diseases has been associated with a high postoperative dislocation rate. The constrained liner reportedly provides stability in patients with recurrent dislocation. However, achieving stability could be offset by early loosening when used in patients with neurologic diseases. We therefore asked whether ...
Choi Il-Yong - - 2010
The alumina-on-alumina bearing surface, which has a high wear resistance and a good biocompatibility, is widely used in THA but recently has been associated with squeaking. While various authors have reported factors associated with squeaking, they remain poorly understood. To contribute to the debate on squeaking we therefore asked the ...
Lee Paul T H - - 2010
While acetabular structural allografts provide an important alternative for reconstructions, concerns remain with long-term graft resorption, collapse, and failure. Midterm studies of minor column (shelf) allograft suggest reasonable survival but long-term survival is unknown. We therefore assessed long-term graft/cup survivorship, functional scores, radiographic resorption, and complications associated with minor column ...
Pritchett James W - - 2011
Shoulder resurfacing has regained popularity in recent years. This report presents the long-term (>20 years) results of this procedure with regard to patient satisfaction and implant survival. We followed up 61 patients who underwent shoulder resurfacing procedures (74 shoulders) for a minimum of 20 years or until death (7 additional patients ...
Terjesen Terje - - 2010
The prognosis in Perthes' disease varies considerably according to certain risk factors, but there is no concensus regarding the relative importance of these factors. We assessed the natural history of the disease and defined prognostic factors of value in deciding the proper treatment. During the 5-year period 1996-2000, a nationwide ...
Walch Gilles - - 2011
We assessed the clinical and radiologic results of a cemented all-polyethylene convex-back keeled glenoid component used with a third-generation prosthesis. Between 1996 and 2003, in 4 European centers, 333 shoulder arthroplasties were performed for primary osteoarthritis by use of a cemented all-polyethylene convex-back keeled glenoid component. Kaplan-Meier survivorship analysis was ...
Sewell Mathew D - - 2011
Patients with skeletal dysplasia are prone to degenerative hip disease thus requiring THA at a younger age than the general population. This is a technically demanding procedure with high complication and revision rates. Achieving good femoral fixation can be challenging because of the abnormal features of the hip. We therefore ...
Park Youn-Soo - - 2010
We analyzed the long-term results of a single-surgeon series of 102 cementless total hip arthroplasties (THAs) performed using a sandwich-type alumina ceramic bearing. The prostheses involved a porous-coated acetabular socket, a polyethylene-alumina composite liner, a 28-mm alumina head, and a grit-blasted titanium-alloy stem. Mean patient age at the time of ...
Schwartz Adam J - - 2010
The few available studies documenting the long-term survival of cemented proximal tibial endoprostheses for musculoskeletal tumors do not differentiate between stem designs or patient diagnosis. There is wide variation in survival rates reported, possibly a result of this heterogeneity in patient population and implant design. We therefore asked: (1) How ...
Clayer Mark - - 2010
Metastatic disease commonly affects the proximal femur and occasionally the acetabulum. Surgical options include the use of a protrusio cage with a THA. However, the complications and survivorship of these cages for this indication is unknown. The purpose was to report the restoration of function, complications and implant survival. The ...
Tanavalee Aree - - 2011
We prospectively evaluated a consecutive series of 314 patients (265 females and 49 males) who underwent unilateral TKA and received an average of 2 years of follow-up. In all patients, a standard (STD) or a gender-specific (GS) femoral component was selected based on the presentation of intra-operative medio-lateral overhanging of ...
Mortazavi S M Javad - - 2011
The objective of this study was to evaluate the survivorship of revision TKA and determine the reasons and predictors for failure. Between January 1999 to December 2005, 499 total knee arthroplasty revisions were performed on 474 patients. There were 292 (61.6%) women and 182 (38.4%) men. The average age at ...
Girard Julien - - 2010
BACKGROUND: Total hip arthroplasty in patients younger than thirty years of age represents a long-term challenge. As polyethylene wear secondary to a high activity level could be problematic, hard-on-hard bearings have been proposed to reduce wear. The aim of this retrospective case series was to assess the clinical and radiographic ...
Nowak Melanie - - 2011
Tissue sparing hip prostheses are becoming more and more popular especially for the treatment of younger patients. The objective of this study was to evaluate the clinical and radiological results after insertion of a tissue sparing hip prosthesis. In 47 consecutive non-selected patients (50 hips), the clinical and radiographic results ...
Wassilew Georgi I - - 2010
Navigation of the cup in total hip arthroplasty is well analyzed and shows accurate results, reducing cup outliers of Lewinnek's "safe zone." With regard to the combined anteversion of cup and stem, however, a "new" safe zone with a range of 25° to 50° has been published. The aim of ...
Muirhead-Allwood S - - 2010
We prospectively evaluated the long-term outcome of 158 consecutive patients who underwent revision total hip replacement using uncemented computer-assisted design-computer-assisted manufacture femoral components. There were 97 men and 61 women. Their mean age was 63.1 years (34.6 to 85.9). The mean follow-up was 10.8 years (10 to 12). The mean ...
Hacking Craig - - 2010
The objective of routine outpatient assessment of well-functioning patients after primary total hip arthroplasty (THA) is to detect asymptomatic failure of prostheses to guide recommendations for early intervention. We have observed that the revision of THAs in asymptomatic patients is highly uncommon. We therefore question the need for routine follow-up ...
Fehring Thomas K - - 2010
With the demand for total joint arthroplasty and overall life expectancy increasing, there will be an increase in the need for revision arthroplasty surgeries. Given that revision joint surgeries are more demanding for both surgeon and patient with longer operative times, increased blood loss, and multiple patient comorbidities, the current ...
Bischel O E - - 2010
Endoprosthetic reconstruction following resection of 31 tumours of the proximal femur in 30 patients was performed using a Wagner SL femoral revision stem. The mean follow-up was 25.6 months (0.6 to 130.0). Of the 28 patients with a metastasis, 27 died within a mean follow-up period of 18.1 months (0.6 ...
Sendtner Ernst - - 2010
The clinical results of THR may be improved by correct femoral torsion. We evaluated the stem position by postoperative CT examination in 60 patients. 60 patients requiring total hip arthroplasty were prospectively enrolled in this study. Minimally invasive THR was performed (anterior approach) in a lateral decubitus position and each ...
Capello William N - - 2011
Highly cross-linked polyethylene (HXLPE), created by disrupting the molecular structure of polyethylene, then through the application of heat, encourages creation of new cross-links in the process, resulting in a material with improved wear resistance. The impetuses for this new technology were the unsatisfactory wear properties and subsequent osteolysis of noncross-linked ...
DiBlasio Christopher J - - 2010
To compare the durability and complication rates of surgery to implant an inflatable penile prosthesis (IPP) between patients with and without Peyronie's disease (PD). We retrospectively reviewed all patients undergoing IPP surgery at one centre (Memphis) between July 1997 and May 2007. Variables included age at surgery, race, body mass ...
Bourne Robert B - - 2010
The purpose of this randomized clinical trial was to compare the >20-year outcomes of cemented (n=124) versus cementless (n=126) total hip replacements (THRs) in patients with end-stage, unilateral hip osteoarthritis. At 20 years, 168 patients (67%) were available for follow-up, 78 (31%) had died, and 4 (2%) were lost. A ...
McLaughlin Jeffrey R - - 2010
The goal of this study was to evaluate the outcome at a mean follow-up of 24.5 years (range, 22-26 years) of a consecutive series of 138 patients (145 hips) treated with total hip arthroplasty (THA) with the use of the Taperloc femoral component (Biomet, Warsaw, Indiana). This was an FDA-approved ...
Graw Bradley P - - 2010
Minimal incision total hip arthroplasty (MI THA) techniques were developed to decrease postoperative pain and recovery time. Although these techniques have increased in popularity, the long-term survivorship of these procedures is unknown. We therefore investigated whether the time to revision in our referral practice was shorter for patients who underwent ...
Romanò Carlo Luca - - 2010
The few available studies directly comparing aseptic and septic joint revision surgery report conflicting results. We investigated whether two-stage revision of septic hip prosthesis with a preformed antibiotic-loaded spacer and an uncemented prosthesis provides hip function and quality of life similar to those provided by aseptic revision surgery in the ...
Katz Jeffrey N JN Orthopedic and Arthritis Center for Outcomes Research, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston 02115, MA, USA. - - 2011
To determine the positive predictive value of Medicare claims for identifying revision of total hip replacement (THR), a frequent marker of THR quality and outcome. We obtained Medicare Part A (Hospital) claims from seven states on patients that had primary THR from July 1995 through June 1996. We searched claims ...
Korovessis Panagiotis - - 2011
The Zweymüller-Plus system (SL-Plus stem, Bicon-Plus threaded cup) for primary total hip arthroplasty (THA) was introduced in 1993, as a successor of the Alloclassic THA with a few modifications in the conical stem shape and a new biconical threaded cup with a spherical shape. The medium-term performance of this system ...
Lübbeke Anne - - 2010
BACKGROUND: The most important long-term complication following total hip arthroplasty is periprosthetic femoral osteolysis. A sizeable proportion of patients who undergo arthroplasty are obese. While patient activity, implant type, and quality of fixation are known risk factors for osteolysis, the literature concerning obesity is sparse and controversial. Our primary objective ...
Khanuja Harpal S - - 2010
To review mid-term results after replacing the polyethylene liner in a well-fixed acetabular shell. 22 patients underwent replacement of the polyethylene liner in a well-fixed acetabular shell using cementation. The inner surface of the metal shell was scored with grooves (1 to 2 mm deep) for cement interdigitation. Trial liners ...
Jafari S Mehdi - - 2010
Revision total hip arthroplasty (THA), although relieving pain and restoring function, fails in some patients. In contrast to failures in primary THA, the frequency of the causes of failure in revision THA has been less well established. We therefore determined the rate of each failure mode and the survivorship of ...
Götze C - - 2010
Luxations in revision arthroplasty are a serious complication with an incidence of up to 30 percent. In particular in patients with previous operation and resection of bone and soft tissue, the instability increases significantly. The use of the bipolar revision cup Avantage has to be proven valuable to avoid recurrent ...
Ames James B - - 2010
We conducted a study to compare complication rates in patients treated with hemiarthroplasty for femoral neck fracture by surgeons with variable experience in primary total hip arthroplasty (THA) and revision THA. A cohort of Medicare beneficiaries (N = 115,352) was identified from Medicare part A claims from 1994 and 1995. ...
Bauer Stefan - - 2010
To compare early functional outcomes, complications, and mortality in elderly patients treated with the less costly, cemented Thompson prosthesis or the cemented bipolar prosthesis in order to identify factors affecting outcomes. Records of 303 patients with femoral neck fractures treated with the cemented Thompson monoblock prosthesis (n=206) or the cemented ...
Almeida Fernando - - 2010
To assess mid- to long-term outcomes of cementless primary total hip arthroplasty (THA) in younger patients. Records of 28 women and 34 men (75 hips) aged 18 to 55 (mean, 38) years who underwent primary THA using a hydroxyapatite-coated stem and a threaded cup and had been followed up for ...
Muirhead-Allwood S K - - 2010
We present the 10- to 17-year results of 112 computer-assisted design computer-assisted manufacture femoral components. The total hip replacements were performed between 1992 and 1998 in 111 patients, comprising 53 men and 58 women. Their mean age was 46.2 years (24.6 to 62.2) with a mean follow-up of 13 years ...
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