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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

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

Nuno Sampaio Gomes

cumbersome to use in the shoulder; pins used for array fixation may cause iatrogenic lesions such as fracture or neurovascular injury; registration of anatomical landmarks may be inaccurate; and the need for resetting may result in an increase in operative

Megan Conti Mica, Pieter Caekebeke, and Roger van Riet

lateral epicondylitis with iatrogenic damage to the LCL. 1 , 5 - 7 PLRI usually occurs from a fall on the outstretched hand. On impact, the radial head and ulna rotate externally together with valgus displacement of the forearm. This leads to

Simon A. Hurst, Thomas M. Gregory, and Peter Reilly

acromiale is iatrogenic. Its presence or not should be identified prior to embarking on any intervention in the shoulder – but it takes on great relevance in reverse shoulder arthroplasty, and any procedure involving subacromial decompression. 24 , 25

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

from complications (screw loosening and an iatrogenic pneumothorax). Likewise Bauer et al chose fracture fixation in a double plate technique. 28 At the final follow-up the patient was pain free and had only slight discomfort. Debeer et al

Tim Kraal, Lijkele Beimers, Bertram The, Inger Sierevelt, Michel van den Bekerom, and Denise Eygendaal

Grant et al. 61 However, this must be interpreted with caution because the majority of articles were not specifically designed to register complications. There are concerns for iatrogenic damage to the cartilage, labrum and rotator cuff during

Antonio Cartucho

of the latissimus dorsi by an axillary approach and the arthroscopic-assisted transfer of the prepared tendon. The advantages of this procedure are that iatrogenic deltoid insufficiency can be avoided and the remaining posterosuperior rotator cuff as