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Abdel Rahim Elniel and Peter V. Giannoudis

known, detrimental, complication of fracture healing. Its impact on functional outcome transcends expected physical limitations. Sufferers may go on to develop psychological problems as a result of chronic intractable pain and subsequent misuse of opiate

Allan Roy Sekeitto, Nkhodiseni Sikhauli, Dick Ronald van der Jagt, Lipalo Mokete, and Jurek R.T. Pietrzak

, acetabular wear, stability, functional outcomes and re-operative rates. 13 However, bipolar HA is 2 to 5 times more expensive. 13 Groin pain is the most common cause of patient dissatisfaction after HA due to acetabular erosion. 3 Conversion

Karl Stoffel, Christoph Sommer, Mark Lee, Tracy Y Zhu, Karsten Schwieger, and Christopher Finkemeier

femoral fractures. Studies Fracture healing Knee ROM Functional outcomes Deformity Complications Sanders et al. (24) All fractures (100%) healed in a mean time of 6.7 months (range 5–9). Flexion < 90°: n   = 3 (33

Rui Zhang, Xiaoyu Wang, Jia Xu, Qinglin Kang, and Reggie C Hamdy

Orthopaedics 2020 21 207 – 212 . ( ) 18. Mohan Kumar EG Yathisha Kumar GM Noorudheen M . Functional outcome of bell tawse procedure for the management of chronic unreduced Monteggia fracture-dislocation in

Maartje Michielsen, Annemieke Van Haver, Matthias Vanhees, Roger van Riet, and Frederik Verstreken

factors in achieving a successful clinical outcome. 1 – 7 , 11 For simple fractures, treatment decisions can be based on two-dimensional imaging modalities (radiographs and cross-sectional CT and MRI images). For more complex injuries, such as

Maximilian M. Menger, Benedikt J. Braun, Steven C. Herath, Markus A. Küper, Mika F. Rollmann, and Tina Histing

-term complications including osteonecrosis of the femoral head, posttraumatic osteoarthritis and heterotopic ossification may impair the natural course of post-injury healing and rehabilitation, often leading to a poor functional outcome and unsatisfactory clinical

Josep Muñoz Vives, Jean-Christophe Bel, Arantxa Capel Agundez, Francisco Chana Rodríguez, José Palomo Traver, Morten Schultz-Larsen, and Theodoros Tosounidis

possibility of overall functional outcome improvement in case of early surgery all require consideration and represent the key management challenges of the floating knee. The incidence of these injuries, which has been under-reported until recently, has

Olga D. Savvidou, Frantzeska Zampeli, Panagiotis Koutsouradis, George D. Chloros, Aggelos Kaspiris, Savas Sourmelis, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

) is often considered to be a better choice compared to ORIF; 12 however, the evidence for patient selection, complications, and functional outcomes is contradictory. 13 , 14 In a recent study by Medvedev et al regarding risk factors

Antomio Capone, Marcella Peri, and Michele Mastio

5 - 19 available for data extraction. The first outcomes of interest were radiographic results, functional results and mortality. The secondary outcomes of interest were the rate of conversion surgery from ORIF to THA and complication rate in

Deepak Samson, Chye Yew Ng, and Dominic Power

early diagnosis and prompt referral to a specialist. This approach improves functional outcomes and reduces the risk of long-term debilitating neuropathic pain. 35 , 38 We believe that the vascular and ligamentous priorities and the expectation of