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Omar A. Al-Mohrej and Nader S. Al-Kenani

may develop after an ankle sprain, probably due to a tear of the peroneus longus muscle or an injury to the peroneal artery. 59 Management Conservative approach Acute ankle injury can be managed conservatively using various by RICE

Michele Boffano, Stefano Mortera, and Raimondo Piana

. Conservative treatment The treatment for shoulder dislocation, which aims at restoration of a fully functioning, pain-free and stable shoulder, includes either conservative (non-surgical) or surgical management. Both are generally preceded by closed reduction

G. Vilà-Canet, A. García de Frutos, A. Covaro, M.T. Ubierna, and E. Caceres

-term follow-up was performed. Case 1 (see supplementary material) features an example of a level I burst fracture treated conservatively, and Case 2 (see supplementary material) displays the surgical management of a level I burst fracture. Both patients were

Daan Vermeulen, Mara Rosa van der Valk, and Laurens Kaas

relevant study comparing conservative treatment with a cylinder cast, brace and posterior splint was available. 3 Anatomy and pathophysiology The patellofemoral joint consists of the patella and the femoral trochlea. This joint obtains its

Nicolas Gallusser, Bardia Barimani, and Frédéric Vauclair

to 80 years, typically following low-energy trauma. 7 The objectives of this article are to review the evaluation of patients presenting with HSF, delineate the relative indications of conservative and surgical management, summarize treatment

Paul Hoogervorst, Peter van Schie, and Michel PJ van den Bekerom

regarding the management of these fractures. In this article, both conservative and operative treatment and the current concepts will be discussed, based on the available evidence. Physical examination and radiological assessment During physical

Martin Clementson, Anders Björkman, and Niels O. B. Thomsen

led to the current experience that these fractures heal uneventfully after conservative management. 7 An avulsion of the radio-volar tip of the tuberosity with non or minimal articular involvement is the most common among this fracture type and

Eustathios Kenanidis, George Kyriakopoulos, Rajiv Kaila, and Panayiotis Christofilopoulos

corticosteroid plus anaesthetic into the trochanteric bursa. If conservative management fails to relieve the symptoms after three months of therapy, surgical treatment may follow. 37 However, the limited availability of high-quality studies and the elusive

E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán and Inmaculada Moracia-Ochagavía

feet of athletes are not unusual problems. 6 Often, the aforementioned problems are neglected as the more noticeable musculoskeletal lesion draws the orthopaedic surgeon’s attention. Commonly, with conservative management, including a sporadic

Anna Wawrzyniak and Przemysław Lubiatowski

evidence on shoulder arthropathy in SM. The secondary aim is to support the management of patients with this condition. Materials and methods This systematic review is based on an analysis of reports available in PubMed from 1966 until 2021, Embase