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Mustafa S. Rashid, Yves Tourné, and Kar H. Teoh

vertebrae and the skull Treatment of stress fractures Osseous defects of the vertebra and the skull Accelerating repair following osteotomy Pregnant or breast-feeding women Accelerating repair in bone transport procedures Pathological

G. Ulrich Exner, Michael O. Kurrer, Nadja Mamisch-Saupe, and Stephen R. Cannon

infiltration of the periosteum at the biopsy site is necessary to achieve adequate analgesia and this carries a theoretical risk of spread of the tumour. In children and in cases associated with pathological fracture, a local anaesthetic is unlikely to be

Bülent Atilla and Hande Güney-Deniz

adjacent to the periosteum where the bleeding is encapsulated and erodes into the bone. Pseudotumours produce recognizable vascularization and, if not treated, can reach an enormous size causing pressure on the neurovascular structures and pathological

Julia Sußiek, Philipp A. Michel, Michael J. Raschke, Benedikt Schliemann, and J. Christoph Katthagen

published in English or German language – no detailed presentation of treatment modalities – pathologic fractures – fractures in children – surgical technique descriptions and reviews not presenting own cases The initial

Kaustubh Ahuja, Syed Ifthekar, Samarth Mittal, Gagandeep Yadav, Bhaskar Sarkar, and Pankaj Kandwal

with pathological fracture. Junctional area (CD, DL, LS) 19. Jain AK 2008 22 Pan-vertebral disease, involvement of 3 or destruction of more than one and a half, predicted kyphosis more than 60 degrees 20. Bapat MR et al 2007 23

Eustathios Kenanidis, Konstantinos Kapriniotis, Panagiotis Anagnostis, Michael Potoupnis, Panayiotis Christofilopoulos, and Eleftherios Tsiridis

head, osteoporosis, pathological fractures and infections, namely septic arthritis and osteomyelitis. 2 , 5 Bony deformities such as marrow hyperplasia, thinning of trabeculae and cortices, as well as sclerotic areas that obliterate the femoral

Signe Steenstrup Jensen, Niels Martin Jensen, Per Hviid Gundtoft, Søren Kold, Robert Zura, and Bjarke Viberg

systematic reviews ( 8 ). *Wrong setting includes eight conservative fracture treatment, six periprosthetic fractures, five pediatric, two gunshots, one fusion study, one pathological fractures, one osteotomy, six pooling of data from conservative and

Maria Anna Smolle, Sandra Bösmüller, Paul Puchwein, Martin Ornig, Andreas Leithner, and Franz-Josef Seibert

other publications, including (systematic) reviews, meta-analyses, Cochrane reviews, case reports, expert opinions, editorials, study protocols, non-comparative studies, those with insufficient information, pathological fractures, and non- English or

Di Zhao, Ling-feng Zeng, Gui-hong Liang, Jian-ke Pan, Ming-hui Luo, Yan-hong Han, Jun Liu, and Wei-yi Yang

the incidence of RPOA and excluded predetermined imaging evidence of specific bone or joint safety (such as RPOA, atrophic OA, subchondral insufficiency fracture, primary osteonecrosis, or pathologic fracture). However, the final result of this study

Kamil Cagri Kose, Omer Bozduman, Ali Erkan Yenigul, and Servet Igrek

neoplastic disease with pathological fracture, spondylitis or from iatrogenic causes ( Fig. 4 ). The ideal candidates for PSO are patients with type 2 sagittal deformity and a substantial sagittal imbalance more than 12 cm (SVA > 12 cm) with a sharp