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Marilena Giannoudi and Peter V Giannoudis

study, therefore, we examine the latest evidence on the management of elderly patients with hip fractures requiring surgery taking anticoagulants in terms of reversal protocols, their impact on the timing of surgery and outcomes. Platelet

Daniel Petek, Didier Hannouche, and Domizio Suva

intravascular coagulation and the second one attributes the ischaemia to extravascular compression. Intravascular coagulation can occur as the end result of local vascular impairment; vascular occlusion occurs because of thrombus formation due to abnormally

Philippe Hernigou, Victor Housset, Jacques Pariat, Arnaud Dubory, and Charles Henri Flouzat Lachaniette

due to a microvascular occlusion related to a disturbance of red cell architecture and haemoglobin S polymerization. Reduced deformability in deoxygenated patients leads to an increased risk of coagulation in small vessels. The incidence of hip

Sylvain Steinmetz, Anne-Laure Rougemont, and Robin Peter

the fundamental principles of treatment and management. Clinical features Clinical presentation of PVNS is non-specific and its diagnosis therefore requires a high index of suspicion. Pain is its main symptom. 7 The pain progresses in