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Emre Acaroglu and European Spine Study Group

Another problem in decision-making is the potential influence of complications on the outcomes of treatment, especially surgery. Surgery-related factors like blood loss, surgical time, length of hospital stay and length of overall recovery as well as

Christof Audretsch, Alexander Trulson, Andreas Höch, Steven C Herath, Tina Histing, Markus A Küper, and Working Group on Pelvic Fractures of the German Trauma Society

are still used today for decision-making and thus are also applied in CT assessment. Furthermore, it is well known that the posterior wall is crucial for biomechanical joint stability. Posterior wall fractures, in general, and the grade of fracture

Mario Herrera-Pérez, Pablo Martín-Vélez, David González-Martín, Miguel Domínguez-Meléndez, Ahmed E Galhoum, Victor Valderrabano, and Sergio Tejero

this surgical treatment. This article provides an updated narrative review on this topic and proposes a clinical score system based on clinical factors to help orthopaedic surgeons in the decision-making process. Methodology First, a narrative

Colby Foster, Christopher Posada, Bryan Pack, Brian R. Hallstrom, and Richard E. Hughes

addition, financial conflicts of interest may affect the reporting of data relevant to clinical decision-making. For example, Labek et al 1 , 2 showed that revision risk captured by a national arthroplasty registry is substantially higher than reports

Jun Zhang, Erhu Li, and Yuan Zhang

factors affecting decision-making regarding prosthesis options in rTKA The prerequisite for rational selection of a revision system is to identify the mechanism for pTKA failure, risk factors, individual variables, specific goals, and surgical challenges

Nuri Aydin, Mahmut Enes Kayaalp, Mustafa Asansu, and Bedri Karaismailoglu

surgical treatment in terms of pain, ROM and function. 9 The surgical treatment options are explained below. Fig. 1 Decision-making for the treatment of locked posterior shoulder dislocations. Table 1. List of treatment options for

Paul Hoogervorst, Peter van Schie, and Michel PJ van den Bekerom

Robinson classification. The location and type of fracture is important in the decision-making as it influences management strategies. This paper focuses on the most common clavicle fractures, which are those in the mid-diaphyseal third (Allman 1 and

Alli Gokeler, Bart Dingenen, Caroline Mouton, and Romain Seil

, all stakeholders involved (e.g. surgeon, physical therapist, coach, patient, etc.) in the RTS decision-making process should prioritise a safe RTS, i.e. a RTS with minimal risk of sustaining a re-injury and/or developing long-term complications such as

Stephen Gates, Brain Sager, and Michael Khazzam

information to facilitate intraoperative decision-making and hardware implantation. 40 Accurate glenoid component positioning, especially in the setting of significant deformity such as B2/B3 glenoid, is one of the more difficult intraoperative challenges

Reinier Feitz, Yara E. van Kooij, Marloes H. P. ter Stege, Mark J. W. van der Oest, J. Sebastiaan Souer, Robbert M. Wouters, Harm P. Slijper, Ruud W. Selles, Steven E. R. Hovius, and Hand–Wrist Study Group

decision making: baseline thresholds, individual prediction, progression over time, journal club, physician evaluation and extreme value detection. Patient cohort Our integrated practice unit works as a fully integrated team of both hand surgeons