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David Lin, Alexander Charalambous, and Sammy A. Hanna

literature to determine the patient-reported functional outcomes and complications of bilateral THA in patients with advanced AS. Methods Search strategy MEDLINE and EMBASE databases were searched on 17 August 2018 to identify relevant studies in

Gilles Pasquier, Matthieu Ehlinger, and Didier Mainard

, stiffness and extensor mechanism complications. 4 TKA revision often requires the use of more constrained implants. In the literature, hinged implants characterize the tibiofemoral junction. They are the most constrained types of implants. They are used

Filippo Familiari, Jorge Rojas, Mahmut Nedim Doral, Gazi Huri, and Edward G. McFarland

. Patients undergoing RTSA should be aware of its high rate of intra-operative and post-operative complications. There is also concern about clinical deterioration at approximately ten years after implantation of the Grammont-type prostheses. 24 Werner

Ilkka J. Helenius

definitive final fusion or just observation following the final lengthening. 4 , 6 , 7 , 17 - 22 TGR is a non-fusion technique, which requires repeated surgical lengthenings and is associated with a high risk of surgical complications. 24 , 25 These

Christiaan P. van Lingen, Luigi M. Zagra, Harmen B. Ettema, and Cees C. Verheyen

when to revise or how. High complication rates and poor functional outcome are frequently reported after revision of HR and THA. 81 - 88 In a systematic review, Matharu describes complication rates ranging between 4% and 68% and re

Emre Acaroglu and European Spine Study Group

natural history of the spinal column and very seldom requires any treatment at all, and that even when treatment may be required, surgery should be avoided at all costs because of the risks and complications associated with it. First, ASD is a real

Izaäk F. Kodde, Jetske Viveen, Bertram The, Roger P. van Riet, and Denise Eygendaal

procedures. 4 In addition, there is also an increasing body of literature on the outcome of this procedure. In general, primary RHA shows good or excellent outcomes in about 85% of patients. However, complications are not uncommon and have been described

A Prkić, N P Vermeulen, B W Kooistra, B The, M P J van den Bekerom, and D Eygendaal

years, TEA has undergone several changes concerning indications and operative technique, but the complication rate and the need for revision are still higher than after knee and hip arthroplasty ( 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 ). For many surgical procedures

Stefan Rammelt

leading to significantly increased rates of infection and other complications as compared to non-diabetics. 11 The combination of these pathological conditions results in a significant delay in bone healing in diabetic patients, with reported union

Brijesh Ayyaswamy, Bilal Saeed, Anoop Anand, Lai Chan, and Vishwanath Shetty

excluded. Table 1. Review question Population Intervention Comparator if available Outcome Adult patients with advanced, resistant CRPS (both types of CRPS i.e. type 1 and 2) Amputation due to CRPS or its complications