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Martin McNally, Geertje Govaert, Maria Dudareva, Mario Morgenstern, and Willem-Jan Metsemakers

healthcare providers and social services over a prolonged period. 2 , 3 It is even more stressful for patients if the diagnosis of an infection is delayed or missed. Failure to begin treatment promptly may convert a simple early fracture infection into a

AliSina Shahi and Javad Parvizi

critical for the surgeon to distinguish between septic and aseptic failure, as the treatment protocol for PJI mandates specific surgical strategies that aim to eliminate the infecting microorganism(s). 5 - 8 Diagnosis of PJI is challenging as

Sohail Yousaf, Edward J.C. Dawe, Alan Saleh, Ian R. Gill, and Alex Wee

loss of its protective sensations. Early recognition of acute Charcot foot in diabetics is a diagnostic challenge as the clinical suspicion even in high risk patients is often low, and the consequences of a missed diagnosis can be devastating. This

Andrea Angelini, Nicolò Mosele, Elisa Pagliarini, and Pietro Ruggieri

epidemiologic feature is the age. GSD can be diagnosed at any age, but it exhibits a clear preference for a young patient; it affects patients younger than 40 years of age with an average age at diagnosis of 25 years of age ( 5 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 , 14

Jean-Charles Le Huec, Stephane Bourret, Wendy Thompson, Christian Daulouede, and Thibault Cloché

weight of the body tends to push the sacrum downwards, which leads to an automatic locking effect. Diagnosis of sacro-iliac micro-traumatic pain After elimination of inflammatory diseases, ankylosing spondylitis, infections and tumours by clinical

E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán and Inmaculada Moracia-Ochagavía

diagnosis. The dorsiflexion-eversion test is performed by maximal passive dorsiflexion and eversion of the foot while dorsiflexing the metatarsophalangeal joints. 20 , 27 In an analysis of 44 feet diagnosed with TTS using electrodiagnostic testing

Jorge de-las-Heras Romero, Ana María Lledó Alvarez, Fernando Moreno Sanchez, Alejandro Perez Garcia, Pedro Antonio Garcia Porcel, Raul Valverde Sarabia, and Marina Hernandez Torralba

. 5 , 6 However, recent studies show that its incidence is much higher, in the range of 17% to 74% of all sports injuries of the ankle, due in part to the improvement in the diagnosis and understanding of the mechanisms of production of these

E. Mascard, N. Gaspar, L. Brugières, C. Glorion, S. Pannier, and A. Gomez-Brouchet

followed up in dermatology departments. Diagnosis of bone and soft-tissue foot tumours is often delayed and many malignant conditions are referred to specialised sarcoma teams after an initial inappropriate procedure. 4 - 6 The adverse effect of

Elizabeth K Tissingh, Leonard Marais, Antonio Loro, Deepa Bose, Nilo T Paner, Jamie Ferguson, Mario Morgensten, and Martin McNally

.0–1188.7) to 1574 (95% CI: 1285.1–1915.1) per 100 000 person-years, across 14 countries ( 11 ). An epidemiological study in Rwanda carried out a national household survey and found a musculoskeletal impairment prevalence of 5.2%. Of these, 4% had a diagnosis of

Inmaculada Moracia-Ochagavía and E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán

, 3 However, early and accurate diagnosis of these injuries are fundamental requirements for their appropriate treatment and to prevent long-term sequelae. Men are two to four times more likely to suffer a Lisfranc joint injury, possibly because