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Cheuk Yin Li, Kenneth Jordan Ng Cheong Chung, Omar M. E. Ali, Nicholas D. H. Chung, and Cheuk Heng Li

-stage, symptomatic osteoarthritis patients. 4 – 7 However, 10–34% of TKR patients receive adverse pain outcomes between three months and five years following surgery and around 20% of TKR patients experience more knee pain and swelling than before surgery. 8

Brijesh Ayyaswamy, Bilal Saeed, Anoop Anand, Lai Chan, and Vishwanath Shetty

Introduction Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic, painful, infuriating, inflammatory disorder that usually affects limbs and can lead to long-term physical and psychological disability. Various modes of intervention have been

Andrea Fidanza, Stefano Necozione, and Lorenzo Garagnani

Introduction Wrist arthritis, either primary or secondary, is a debilitating condition that often leads to significant limitations in the use of the hand due to chronic wrist pain. When conservative treatment fails, surgical intervention is

Raul Barco and Samuel A. Antuña

Introduction Medial elbow pain is not very common in the general population. Medial epicondylitis (ME) has shown a prevalence of < 1% and has been calculated to be one-third as frequent as lateral epicondylitis. 1 Certain groups of the

Vikki Wylde, Andrew Beswick, Julie Bruce, Ashley Blom, Nicholas Howells, and Rachael Gooberman-Hill

Introduction The International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) defines chronic pain as pain persisting for three months or longer. 1 Chronic post-surgical pain is widely accepted to be pain of at least three to six months

Andrew J Curley, Ethan R Ruh, Amisha Shah, Ashley E Disantis, April Krivoniak, Craig S Mauro, and Michael P McClincy

Introduction The field of hip preservation has undergone significant advancement since Ganz popularized femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAIS) two decades ago ( 1 , 2 ). Since then, the understanding of non-arthritic hip pain, which

T Gosens and B L den Oudsten

.g. cardiovascular diseases). Patients will not die from hip wear and tear, a sports injury to the knee or pain in the shoulder, but orthopedic problems will prevent patients from participating in a variety of daily activities, leading to a loss of quality of life

Fabio A. Rodriguez-Patarroyo, Nadin Cuello, Robert Molloy, Viktor Krebs, Alparslan Turan, and Nicolas S. Piuzzi

-effective strategies across different TKA patient populations constitutes an area of increased interest and value. 5 One of the facets that continues to require improvement is the relatively high incidence of postoperative severe pain, ranging from 10 to 36%, which

Pernille Bovbjerg, Ditte Høgh, Lonnie Froberg, Hagen Schmal, and Moustapha Kassem

of fractures, especially nonunions. 6 It is hypothesized that teriparatide has the potential to supplement today’s primary treatment, pain control and physiotherapy, for insufficiency fractures. The current literature is dominated by case reports

Stig Storgaard Jakobsen, Søren Overgaard, Kjeld Søballe, Ole Ovesen, Bjarne Mygind-Klavsen, Christian Andreas Dippmann, Michael Ulrich Jensen, Jens Stürup, and Jens Retpen

for young patients when trying to relieve pain and restore function, and when attempting to reduce risk of secondary OA in the hip. DDH is believed to be an osseous abnormality resulting in a pathological painful labral complex and musculotendinous