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Elisa Pala, Alberto Procura, Giulia Trovarelli, Antonio Berizzi, and Pietro Ruggieri

.780 Complications Overall, five complications were registered: one in Group A and four in Group B ( Table 3 ). Table 3 Complications. Nail Complication Treatment Titanium Intraoperative  Radial nerve deficit (1

Huub H. de Klerk, Chantal L. Welsink, Anne J. Spaans, Lukas P. E. Verweij, and Michel P. J. van den Bekerom

to remove large osteophytes or loose bodies more easily and quickly. Due to the little available working space and risk of ulnar nerve injury, the medial gutter may be difficult to access with the arthroscope. Therefore, the choice to approach the

E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán

complications of haemophilia are patient-specific and treatment protocols often need to be altered to suit the individual. Elbow arthropathy Excision of the radial head and partial open synovectomy is a consistently reliable operation that appears to

Antonio Cartucho

obtain tendon excursion. For fixation, two knotless suture anchors are used. Cadaver training of this technique is strongly recommended as there are potential risks of radial and axillary nerve and circumflex vessels injuries. The authors have been using

Thomas J. Holme, Marta Karbowiak, Jennifer Clements, Ritesh Sharma, Johnathan Craik, and Najab Ellahee

significant complications were those of failure, loosening or dislocation of implants. A number of other complications including fracture, infection, chronic regional pain syndrome, superficial radial nerve symptoms, tendon irritation, and heterotopic

Maartje Michielsen, Annemieke Van Haver, Matthias Vanhees, Roger van Riet, and Frederik Verstreken

Introduction Upper limb fractures are common injuries and affect people of all ages. As clinical studies have shown a significant correlation between anatomical reduction and joint function, reconstruction of normal anatomy is one of the key

Bülent Atilla and Hande Güney-Deniz

may cause compartment syndrome (neurovascular compression); bleeding into gluteal muscles or the popliteal fossa may compress the sciatic nerve; bleeding into the anterior compartment of the forearm may compress median or ulnar nerves and

Olga D. Savvidou, Panagiotis Koutsouradis, Ioanna K. Bolia, Angelos Kaspiris, George D. Chloros, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

of transient or permanent neurological damage. However, the threshold for iatrogenic injury during surgical dissection of a peripheral nerve tends to be lower in the upper limb than in the trunk or lower limbs. 72 Fig. 3 Elbow schwannoma in

Julia Riemenschneider, Jan Tilmann Vollrath, Nils Mühlenfeld, Johannes Frank, Ingo Marzi, and Maren Janko

, patients with isolated acetabular fractures with only minor additional injuries (e.g. sacral or radial fractures) but excluding difficult polytrauma were included. Inclusion time was between January 2016 and December 2021 and the need for operative

Hélder Pereira, Ibrahim Fatih Cengiz, Sérgio Gomes, João Espregueira-Mendes, Pedro L. Ripoll, Joan C. Monllau, Rui L. Reis, and J. Miguel Oliveira

Introduction Injuries of the meniscus are probably the most frequent injuries occuring in the knee. 1 According to the statement from Prof. René Verdonk, ‘Nothing has changed so much in recent years of orthopedics as the treatment