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Augusto Covaro, Gemma Vilà-Canet, Ana García de Frutos, Maite T. Ubierna, Francesco Ciccolo, and Enric Caceres

diagnostic outcomes. 19 Management Conservative treatment The objectives of non-surgical treatment are to alleviate pain and improve function. The initial treatment of LSS is non-surgical. The most effective non-surgical treatment is a

Nick Evans and Michael McCarthy

spondylolisthesis. 6 This review considers the management of degenerative (Wiltse type III), low-grade (Meyerding grade 1 or 2) lumbar spondylolisthesis only. Degenerative lumbar spondylolisthesis is an acquired condition associated with age

Sohail Yousaf, Edward J.C. Dawe, Alan Saleh, Ian R. Gill, and Alex Wee

the diagnosis is in significant doubt or where there is a high index of suspicion for osteomyelitis. 24 Management Diabetic patients with acute Charcot foot are best managed within a multidisciplinary team (MDT). Care is directed at

Alfonso Vaquero-Picado, Gaspar González-Morán, and Luis Moraleda

Introduction Supracondylar fractures of the humerus are the most frequent fractures affecting the paediatric elbow 1 and their correct management is important because they can cause catastrophic complications. Despite there being a clear

Jorge de-las-Heras Romero, Ana María Lledó Alvarez, Fernando Moreno Sanchez, Alejandro Perez Garcia, Pedro Antonio Garcia Porcel, Raul Valverde Sarabia, and Marina Hernandez Torralba

about the clinical-radiological diagnosis, classification and management of these complex injuries. Clinical presentation It is very common to consider syndesmotic injuries rather simplistically, employing a physiotherapeutic treatment without

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

manipulation and casting according to the Ponseti method. 1 , 5 , 6 Primary correction rates are very high, 7 – 9 and this method is superior to surgical first-line management. 10 , 11 While the Ponseti method provides predictable correction

Rita Grazina, Sérgio Teixeira, Renato Ramos, Henrique Sousa, Andreia Ferreira, and Rui Lemos

; 40 : 155 - 165 . 28. Watt AJ Leclercq C . Management of Dupuytren’s disease . In: Neligan PC Chang J Van Beek AL , eds. Plastic surgery vol. 6 – hand and upper extremity . London : Elsevier

Ian Garrison, Grayson Domingue, and M. Wesley Honeycutt

alter management – reverse obliquity fractures and atypical fractures. Reverse obliquity fractures are intertrochanteric or subtrochanteric (depending on the proximal extent of the fracture) injuries that have a primary fracture line from proximal and

Dieter Wirtz and Hendrik Kohlhof

orthopaedic procedures, older adult patients, especially with co-morbidities, need a more intensive level of care than younger patients during the pre- peri- and post-operative periods. 2 – 4 Pre-operative management In the pre-operative period the

Jordi Tomás-Hernández

will focus on the management of high-energy, axial compression injuries. Initial management The surgical management of pilon fractures is technically demanding and requires accurate pre-operative planning. The pre-operative plan should include a