complications varies according to treatment approach, injury severity and individual patient factors. Individual studies have shown variable results in clinicaloutcomes with different methods
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and this is due, in part, to the often limited sample
outcomes or have an impact on survivorship of the TKA remains unknown. In this systematic review, we will present and critique the current clinical evidence to determine whether, compared to MA, KA (1) translates to improvement in subjective patient
unclear whether it alters complication rates, clinical and functional outcomes, and implant survival. 6
Over the last three years, numerous meta-analyses pooled data from published studies that compared outcomes of robot-assisted versus conventional THA
Eustathios KenanidisAcademic Orthopaedic Unit, Aristotle University Medical School, Papageorgiou General Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece Centre of Orthopaedic and Regenerative Medicine (CORE), Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Innovation (CIRI), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
Eleftherios TsiridisAcademic Orthopaedic Unit, Aristotle University Medical School, Papageorgiou General Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece Centre of Orthopaedic and Regenerative Medicine (CORE), Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Innovation (CIRI), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
the evidence basis and clinicaloutcomes pertaining to patients with underlying Parkinson’s disease undergoing elective total hip arthroplasty.
The study was registered with the PROSPERO database of systematic reviews (CRD42019121156
) synthesized the literature reporting outcomes of endoscopic lumbar foraminotomy and reported satisfactory results after pooling of complications, revisions, and clinical improvements. Giordan et al. included 14 case series and did not identify any studies
Anatomy and biomechanics
Several studies in recent decades have highlighted the importance of the meniscus in the global function of the knee, especially in a ligament-deficient joint.
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The micro and macro
MDI patients treated arthroscopically, Gartsman et al. reported good or excellent clinicaloutcomes in 94% of patients and significant improvement in functional outcomes. Importantly, the authors also reported a return to sportive activity at a
-dislocations. A careful bone reconstruction is advised to diminish recurrence rates. When reconstruction is not possible, arthroplasty procedures can be considered but the clinicaloutcomes are not well-known since the number of studies and patients are few. Both
(Unified Classification System) has been introduced, allowing the inclusion of all possible scenarios of a fracture around an arthroplasty of all major joints.
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We report on the current management, latest advancements, and clinicaloutcomes of