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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

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

Bülent Atilla and Hande Güney-Deniz

the most challenging complication that delays rehabilitation. Its frequency is reported as approximately 25% to 30% of severe haemophilia A patients and 3% to 5% of haemophilia B patients who are under prophylactic treatment. 2 Improvements in

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

) 26 DC 35 (50) 0% 57 65 (56–71) 39 65 months 96% (95% CI 85–99) Maia Toffoli (2017) 27 DC 80 (96) – 68 Md 76 (60–102) 56 5 years 93% (95% CI 87–98) (any significant complication)* Maia Bricout (2016

Abdus S. Burahee, Andrew D. Sanders, Colin Shirley, and Dominic M. Power

(SD) is reliable in the majority of patients with a low complication rate. Adjunctive procedures including anterior transposition (AT) and medial epicondylectomy (ME) may be performed in the setting of nerve instability identified at surgery or

Daniel Murphy, Mohsen Raza, Hiba Khan, Deborah M. Eastwood, and Yael Gelfer

; patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs); and complications ( Table 1 ). Articles were categorized by trial intervention. Data were extracted into a standardized collection form using Microsoft Excel (Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, USA). Bias

Anne J. Spaans, C.M. (Lilian) Donders, J.H.J.M. (Gert) Bessems, and Christiaan J.A. van Bergen

patients, sex, age, type of treatment (aspiration, arthroscopy, arthrotomy), and delay in treatment. Relevant outcome parameters included the duration of follow-up, need for repetitive drainage or surgery, complications seen on radiography and clinical

Vinzenz Auersperg and Klemens Trieb

/or podiatrists are authorized. We regard the fact that the treatment itself is unpleasant or painful as a side effect, not a complication. ESWT can cause redness and superficial haematomata on the skin, due to the pain during ESWT. The patient might develop a

Alfonso Vaquero-Picado, Gaspar González-Morán, Enrique Gil Garay, and Luis Moraleda

utility in diminishing the incidence of late dysplasia. 32 , 46 – 49 Furthermore, Laborie et al 54 concluded that a higher rate of overtreatment exists (but not an increased rate of complications) with universal screening while no significant

Mohsen Raza, Daniel Murphy, and Yael Gelfer

) ✓ – Development of avascular necrosis (AVN) – Complications – Operation time – Fluoroscopy time – Radiographic assessment: epiphyseal shaft angle (ESA), neck shaft angle, articular surface to trochanter distance, medial proximal femoral angle 23 2