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Nanne Kort, Patrick Stirling, Peter Pilot, and Jacobus Hendrik Müller

unclear whether it alters complication rates, clinical and functional outcomes, and implant survival. 6 Over the last three years, numerous meta-analyses pooled data from published studies that compared outcomes of robot-assisted versus conventional THA

Ignacio Rodriguez, Matías Sepúlveda, Estefanía Birrer, and María Jesús Tuca

98% of patients returning to normal activities in an average of 29 weeks; complete range of motion was achieved in 97% of patients. 12 The mean incidence of complications is close to 28% with most complications (56%) related to anterior knee pain

İlker Eren, Cemil Cihad Gedik, Uğur Kılıç, Berk Abay, Olgar Birsel, and Mehmet Demirhan

). Complete motor function of the upper extremity should be documented before surgery. Considering that the brachial plexus neuropathy is a reported complication of arthrodesis, preoperative neurological assessment would be highly valuable to identify such an

Francesco Smeraglia, Federico Tamborini, Leonardo Garutti, Andrea Minini, Morena A. Basso, and Mario Cherubino

reached when more than a two-point difference was present. Data on demographic features, surgical procedures, diagnostic methods, follow-up periods, type and rates of complications, return to sport, recurrence, and outcome measures were recorded

Alessio Bernasconi, François Lintz, and Francesco Sadile

) in and around the sinus tarsi has been long discussed. 63 , 64 Despite being attractive, this hypothesis has never been proved by any basic or clinical study. Complications Globally, complications may be divided into four main categories

Konrad Sebastian Wronka, Michell Gerard-Wilson, Elizabeth Peel, Ola Rolfson, and Peter Herman Johan Cnudde

rationale of the ETO, the indications for its use, the surgical technique, the post-operative treatment, the results and the complications. History and rationale Ollier described the lateral trans-trochanteric approach to the native hip in 1881. It

Christian Smith, Razi Zaidi, Jagmeet Bhamra, Anna Bridgens, Caesar Wek, and Michail Kokkinakis

. Radiological, clinical and kinematic outcomes will be examined, as well as the reporting of complications of the procedure. Method This systematic review was conducted according to Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta

Elena Bravo, Raul Barco, and E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán

be affected by spontaneous joint bleeding, with repeated haemarthrosis leading to haemophilic arthropathy, a debilitating disease with a negative impact on mobility and quality of life. Synovitis is one of the earliest complications of haemarthrosis

Francesco Benazzo, Loris Perticarini, Eugenio Jannelli, Alessandro Ivone, Matteo Ghiara, and Stefano Marco Paolo Rossi

. Never resurface Surgeons who ‘never’ resurface the patella are in opposition and argue that the rate of complications related to patellar resurfacing, such as patellar fractures, poly wear or fracture, component loosening and dissociation, is

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

these two main treatment approaches for DRFs, evaluating which treatment brings a greater benefit in terms of functional scores, range of motion (ROM), and radiological outcomes. The secondary outcome was the comparison of the complication and