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May Fong Mak, Richard Stern, and Mathieu Assal

conventional reduction technique in use for decades – utilizing a large pointed reduction forceps – most likely forces the fibula out of the incisura, leading to iatrogenic malreduction. Attempts to avoid this problem by open reduction of the syndesmosis have

Nicolas Gallusser, Bardia Barimani, and Frédéric Vauclair

%, 44 – 49 most commonly found to be non-specific complications such as infection, nonunion and malunion. Iatrogenic RNP is a risk with most approaches to the humeral shaft, and Streufert et al 50 reviewed 261 HSF treated with ORIF, finding

Mark F Siemensma, Anna E van der Windt, Eline M van Es, Joost W Colaris, and Denise Eygendaal

, the ulnar and radial nerve are particularly at risk of iatrogenic injury ( 30 , 35 ). Prior to the procedure, physical examination under anesthesia should be performed, measuring the ROM, testing the elbow for instability, and localizing the position

Eduard Alentorn-Geli, Andrew T. Assenmacher, and Joaquín Sánchez-Sotelo

ruptured tendon into the bicipital tunnel to avoid iatrogenic entrapment by the repaired tendon or sutures. The PIN is the motor branch of the radial nerve after bifurcation nearby the cubital crease. 7 This nerve surrounds the bicipital tuberosity

Carlos A. Encinas-Ullán, José M. Martínez-Diez, and E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán

the risk of iatrogenic neurovascular injuries, injuries to other structures and unnoticed knee joint penetration. An alternative is to use anterolateral pins. The safe zone for anterior pin placement is as narrow as 12 cm in length and begins 7.5 cm

Fahima A. Begum, Babar Kayani, Samuel D. J. Morgan, Syed S. Ahmed, Sandeep Singh, and Fares S. Haddad

-drilling guide pins, iatrogenic bone and soft tissue injury from the hand-held sawblade, and suboptimal mediolateral tibial component positioning may lead to stress fractures and/or bone collapse, requiring complex revision surgery. 15 , 18 , 19 The manual

Niels Hendrik Bech and Daniel Haverkamp

-articular impingement is IFI, which was first described by Johnson in 1977 as an iatrogenically induced condition following total hip arthroplasty (THA). 43 Unlike FAI, it is an extra-articular process and there is no direct relationship with acetabular labral

Carol C. Hasler and Daniel Studer

patellae displace laterally. Medial dislocations are usually iatrogenic due to extensive lateral retinacular release. After the first occurrence about 40% end up as recurrent dislocations, where two-thirds have open physes which limit the type of

Lars Adolfsson

alternative to prosthetic replacement. Manipulation under anaesthesia There are few reports describing results after this procedure and we have seen referred cases with iatrogenic fractures caused by aggressive manipulation under anaesthesia without

Fahima A. Begum, Babar Kayani, Justin S. Chang, Rosamond J. Tansey, and Fares S. Haddad

years) follow-up. 18 Two patients with chronic injuries developed permanent loss of sensation due to iatrogenic injury to the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. Ueblacker et al reviewed outcomes in four professional soccer players undergoing surgical