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Emilio Calvo, María Valencia, Antonio Maria Foruria, and Juan Aguilar Gonzalez

the last decades ( 4 , 5 ). Although the recurrence rate reported with Latarjet has been 0–18% in studies with a follow-up of less than 10 years, it may raise to 5–26% in those over 10 years ( 6 , 7 ). Shoulder instability after Latarjet is a

Maria Beatriz Quaresma, José Portela, and Joaquim Soares do Brito

; but there is no consensus about the most appropriate surgical approach – either arthroscopic or with an open synovectomy. 9 The presence of disease recurrence or residual disease with subsequent surgical intervention can be locally devastating to

Nicolas de l’Escalopier, Marjorie Salga, Laure Gatin, François Genêt, and Philippe Denormandie

risks of infection and recurrence. The disease background Two types of central nervous system trauma may lead to the formation of NHO of the hip: traumatic brain injury (TBI) 5 , 6 and spinal cord injury (SCI). 7 Most often, they

Fahima A. Begum, Babar Kayani, Justin S. Chang, Rosamond J. Tansey, and Fares S. Haddad

high risk of injury recurrence. 1 , 5 However, understanding the optimal management of rectus femoris injuries is challenging, as existing reports on non-operative and operative management of these injures have combined proximal and distal muscle

Joaquim Soares do Brito, André Spranger, Paulo Almeida, José Portela, and Irene Barrientos-Ruiz

Wide resection and intralesional resection with curettage are two of the most common options for surgical treatment. When curettage is performed, local adjuvant therapies are often used to reduce the probability of a local recurrence, which is usually

Giovanni Di Giacomo, Luigi Piscitelli, and Mattia Pugliese

surface of the humeral head; therefore, the larger the medial portion of the HSL that falls outside the GT, the higher the probability of recurrence, 59 thus becoming an ‘off-track’ lesion with potential for re-engagement, even after capsulo

Jakub Stefaniak, Przemyslaw Lubiatowski, Anna Maria Kubicka, Anna Wawrzyniak, Joanna Wałecka, and Leszek Romanowski

recurrence of instability after primary arthroscopic Bankart repair. The literature that evaluates the relationship between the bony lesions and the recurrence of the shoulder instability reports rates from 4% to 67% in shoulders without and with significant

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

amputations of lower limbs and six of upper limbs, with 81% of amputations through healthy skin and the rest either at or below the level of allodynia. They proposed that level of amputation did not affect the recurrence in contrast to previous reports. In one

Ajay Puri

subtype with a tendency for late local and disseminated recurrence, generally comprise 2–10% of all chondrosarcomas. Dabska and Huvos reported a series of 19 cases of mesenchymal chondrosarcoma in the young. These represented 26% of chondrosarcoma patients

Zaki Arshad, Edward Jun-Shing Lau, Aiman Aslam, Azeem Thahir, and Matija Krkovic

reamer-irrigator-aspirator system and antibiotic cement rods, finding no recurrence in 96% of patients. 7 Meanwhile, Huang et al utilized debridement and sequestrectomy with placement of an antibiotic-impregnated bone cement, reporting recurrence of