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Thomas J. Holme, Marta Karbowiak, Magnus Arnander, and Yael Gelfer

Introduction Olecranon fractures account for 4% of all paediatric elbow fractures, and are associated with other ipsilateral elbow injuries up to 20% of the time, which in turn are associated with poorer outcomes. 1 In adults, olecranon

Christiaan J A van Bergen, Pieter Bas de Witte, Floor Willeboordse, Babette L de Geest, Magritha (Margret) M H P Foreman-van Drongelen, Bart J Burger, Yvon M den Hartog, Joost H van Linge, Renske M Pereboom, Simon G F Robben, M Adhiambo Witlox, and Melinda M E H Witbreuk

. DDH may lead to pain, functional limitations and early hip osteo-arthritis, and has huge societal impact ( 2 ). The diagnosis of DDH is based on ultrasound or radiographs. Different classification systems exist. One of the most frequently used

Hakan Ömeroğlu and Manuel Cassiano Neves

these fractures can be treated using closed reduction and casting. The scientific evidence on whether percutaneous fixation has better long-term functional outcomes than closed reduction and cast immobilization in displaced distal radius fractures is

Manuel Saavedra, Matías Sepúlveda, María Jesús Tuca, and Estefanía Birrer

or associated with fixation, and although both procedures have good long-term results overall, there is a slight but significant functional advantage and less degenerative changes in the knee of patients in whom the stability of the meniscus has been

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

exploration. The incidence of complications is low and does not affect the functional outcome of the course of treatment. However, further studies are now required to fully investigate the treatment of these fracture types, particularly over the long term

Matías Sepúlveda, Cecilia Téllez, Víctor Villablanca, and Estefanía Birrer

fractures ( Fig. 7 ), ligament, or meniscal involvement ( 15 ). A prospective study that evaluated the MRI images of children with joint trauma associated with pain and functional impotence, but without radiographic fracture evidence, showed the presence of

Marco Gupton and Jessica Burns

results with a database of known pathogens, using computational tools to assemble the sequencing reads into groups and identifying patterns that are commonly found in pathogens, using functional gene markers such as virulence genes or antibiotic resistance