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Raul Barco, Olga D. Savvidou, John W. Sperling, Joaquín Sanchez-Sotelo, and Robert H. Cofield

. 12 Since RSA is commonly used to salvage complex conditions, not surprisingly the reported complication rate is relatively high. 13 Most published studies on RSA have reported on either a so-called Grammont-style RSA (medialised centre of

Olga D. Savvidou, Panagiotis Koutsouradis, Angelos Kaspiris, Leon Naar, George D. Chloros, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

complications (up to 75%), such as symptomatic hardware, skin irritation and possible wound breakdown, infection, pain, delayed union, nonunion, heterotopic ossification, nerve and even vascular injuries. 7 – 15 The incidence of olecranon fractures in the

Izaäk F. Kodde, Jetske Viveen, Bertram The, Roger P. van Riet, and Denise Eygendaal

procedures. 4 In addition, there is also an increasing body of literature on the outcome of this procedure. In general, primary RHA shows good or excellent outcomes in about 85% of patients. However, complications are not uncommon and have been described

A Prkić, N P Vermeulen, B W Kooistra, B The, M P J van den Bekerom, and D Eygendaal

years, TEA has undergone several changes concerning indications and operative technique, but the complication rate and the need for revision are still higher than after knee and hip arthroplasty ( 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 ). For many surgical procedures

Marko Nabergoj, Patrick J. Denard, Philippe Collin, Rihard Trebše, and Alexandre Lädermann

RSA, including in very demanding cases where RSA is often used as a salvage procedure, it is not surprising that a relatively high incidence of complications has been reported. However, information is mostly reported by heterogeneous studies as they

Marko Nabergoj, Patrick J. Denard, Philippe Collin, Rihard Trebše, and Alexandre Lädermann

Introduction Initial complication rates of the original Grammont-type prosthesis were reported at up to 24%. 1 – 3 With the expansion of indications for reverse shoulder arthroplasty (RSA), the complication rates increased, 4 which led to

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

, performance scores and complications for arthroscopic and open debridement as treatment for elbow OA. If possible, a meta-analysis to compare both groups will be performed. Materials and methods This systematic review and meta-analysis were performed

Michał Górecki and Piotr Czarnecki

, age during surgery, follow-up time, mechanism of injury (MOI), indication for arthrodesis, the type of fixation, the position of the arthrodesis, complications, revisions, functional outcomes such as hand excursion and active range of motion of the

Nuno Sampaio Gomes

guide the placement of the glenoid component during conventional and reverse shoulder arthroplasty, without technical difficulties or complications. In their Level I randomised prospective clinical trial, Hendel et al 10 concluded that there was a

Joost I.P. Willems, Jim Hoffmann, Inger N. Sierevelt, Michel P.J. van den Bekerom, Tjarco D.W. Alta, and Arthur van Noort

, comparable to the outcome of stemmed implants. The primary objective of this systematic review is to summarize and analyse the clinical outcomes and the humeral-implant-related radiologic outcomes, complication and revision rates of all types of stemless