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Maria E Dey Hazra, Rony-Orijit Dey Hazra, Jared A Hanson, Phob Ganokroj, Matthew L Vopat, Joan C Rutledge, Kohei Yamaura, Sunikom Suppauksorn, and Peter J Millett

based on the subacromial spacer concept. The bursal acromial resurfacing (BAR) technique utilizes an acellular dermal allograft as treatment for irreparable RCTs. The procedure is indicated for patients over the age of 70 with minimal to no

Carlos A. Encinas-Ullán, José M. Martínez-Diez, and E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán

the ED: 1 – 7 (1) Failure to consider the future approach when planning pin placement. (2) Placing the bars so that they occlude the wounds, preventing them from being monitored and cured. (3) Using an EF and pins of inadequate

Alpesh Kothari and Javier Masquijo

compared to open surgery. 14 , 15 The accepted gold standard, however, remains open surgical resection of the coalition and interposition graft. It is rare that such bars present with a foot deformity requiring realignment procedures alongside the

Mark D Kohn, Charles J Wolock, Isaac J Poulson, and Navin D Fernando

of each bar is the study-specific point estimate of the OR, and the bar itself is the associated 95% CI. The bar thickness corresponds to how much weight the study received in the pooled estimate. Study 6: Bendich et al. ( 7 ); Study 9: Best et al

Amer Sebaaly, Mohammad Daher, Bendy Salameh, Ali Ghoul, Samuel George, and Sami Roukoz

formation consists of wedged vertebra, hemivertebra with different levels of segmentation and hemivertebral body ( Fig. 3 ) ( 31 ). Failures of segmentation consists of vertebral block or unilateral longitudinal bar ( 31 ) which may act as a growth tether

Benjamín Cancino, Matías Sepúlveda, and Estefanía Birrer

inconsistency and reduces the risk of physeal bar formation. 29 , 30 Fig. 11 Johnson and Fahl classification: 1, abduction type; 2, plantar flexion type; 3, adduction type. 27 Fig. 12 Salter–Harris classification: type I, complete

J. Javier Masquijo, Cristian Artigas, and Julio de Pablos

, which included part of the adjacent metaphysis and epiphysis. This block would then be replaced in reverse position, producing ultimately a bar across the growth plate. Haas first used instrumentation to guide growth in 1945. 3 He demonstrated that

Giorgio Perino, Ivan De Martino, Lingxin Zhang, Zhidao Xia, Jiri Gallo, Shonali Natu, David Langton, Monika Huber, Anastasia Rakow, Janosch Schoon, Enrique Gomez-Barrena, and Veit Krenn

histological sections from the neo-synovium showing polypoid hypertrophy with maximum thickness of 12 mm (black bar) of the upper tissue section and flat surface with maximum thickness of 10 mm (black bar) of the lower tissue section. (c) Detail of the area in

Matías Sepúlveda, Cecilia Téllez, Víctor Villablanca, and Estefanía Birrer

relationship with the magnitude or direction of the displacement. Gomes and Volpon ( 37 ) investigated the evolution of the physeal bars after Salter–Harris IV lesions, at the histological level. They showed that if the transphyseal fracture plane was not

Frédéric Vauclair, Patrick Goetti, Ngoc Tram V. Nguyen, and Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo

planed reconstruction. 13 , 28 When the plan is to proceed with arthroplasty at the time of the second stage, we favour the use of an ‘internal fixator’ in between stages, placing bars or pins in the canals of the humerus and ulna, linked with a pin-to-bar