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Marko Nabergoj, Patrick J. Denard, Philippe Collin, Rihard Trebše, and Alexandre Lädermann

could lead to the thermal injury of the radial nerve due to the cement polymerization. Levy et al described a case of radial nerve injury after RSA revision. 88 Most commonly, cement extravasation occurs due to cortical perforation or fracture. Its

Jonny K. Andersson

Approximately 5% of all wrist sprains have an associated SL tear. 7 , 8 SLL injuries are often associated with distal radius fracture (40% of the cases on average), particularly fractures of the radial styloid, the so-called Chauffeur’s fracture ( Fig. 2

Paulo Diogo Cunha, Tiago P Barbosa, Guilherme Correia, Rafaela Silva, Nuno Cruz Oliveira, Pedro Varanda, and Bruno Direito-Santos

is a devasting complication of patient positioning in spine surgery. In a study performed by Shen and colleagues in 2009, the incidence of postoperative visual loss was 3.09/10,000 (0.03%) ( 4 ). Peripheral nerve injuries have an incidence of 0

Hjalte Søsborg-Würtz, Sükriye Corap Gellert, Julie Ladeby Erichsen, and Bjarke Viberg

using a new dynamic bone alignment system . Injury 1987 ; 18 : 133 – 136 . 9. Handoll HH Madhok R . Closed reduction methods for treating distal radial fractures in adults . In: The Cochrane Collaboration, ed. Cochrane

Olga D. Savvidou, Frantzeska Zampeli, Panagiotis Koutsouradis, George D. Chloros, Aggelos Kaspiris, Savas Sourmelis, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

-osseous tunnel, or due to hardware irritation. However, the true incidence of ulnar nerve dysfunction after elbow injury is unknown, since studies have not effectively distinguished acute injury-related, acute surgery-related, and delayed ulnar neuropathies and

Alfonso Vaquero-Picado, Raul Barco, and Samuel A. Antuña

Fig. 2 Coronal T-2 weighted MRI image of a right elbow showing an injury of the insertion of the extensor muscles at the lateral epicondyle. Electromyography of the posterior interosseous nerve (PIN) and local anaesthetic injection just

Frédéric Vauclair, Patrick Goetti, Ngoc Tram V. Nguyen, and Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo

extremity. The integrity of the extensor mechanism should be assessed as well. Finally, an accurate neurological exam is mandatory. Assess the ulnar, radial and median nerve function and when in doubt, get an electromyogram (EMG). Try to localize the ulnar

Jonny K Andersson, Pelle Gustafson, and Philippe Kopylov

settled claims after misdiagnosed/maltreated scaphoid fractures. Type of complication Number Pseudarthrosis 71 Secondary degenerative arthritis 12 Sensory nerve injury 5 Synovitis 3 Carpal tunnel

Lorenzo Massimo Oldrini, Pietro Feltri, Jacopo Albanese, Stefano Lucchina, Giuseppe Filardo, and Christian Candrian

the percentage of each complication, out of the total, for each approach. Complications ORIF CR Major  CTS 15.6% 11.0%  Nerve injury 11.5% 5.6%  Deep infection 4.1% 0.0%  Tendon rupture

Martin Clementson, Anders Björkman, and Niels O. B. Thomsen

Introduction Post-traumatic radial-sided wrist pain is common and can represent a fracture, wrist sprain, ligament disruption or a combination of injuries. Previous studies have shown that a scaphoid fracture is the most common fracture among