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Olga D. Savvidou, Panagiotis Koutsouradis, Angelos Kaspiris, Leon Naar, George D. Chloros, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

elderly is constantly increasing and, given the potential complications of operative treatment, attention has been recently drawn to the non-operative management of these fractures, although the results are still controversial. 3 , 16 – 19 The aim of

Andreas Frodl, Benjamin Erdle, and Hagen Schmal

fractured fibula was subjected to non-operative treatment in 309 patients, resulting in 113 postoperative varus/valgus deviations of the tibia. When the fibula had been fixed, only 25 patients suffered from a postoperative varus/valgus deviation > 5°. The

Toni Luokkala, Minna K. Laitinen, Teemu P. Hevonkorpi, Lauri Raittio, Ville M. Mattila, and Antti P. Launonen

and what would be the best way to achieve this? 2) Which fractures should we treat operatively? 3) How can we predict fracture behaviour during non-operative treatment and based on what premises should we intervene to maximize the

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

⩾ 6 mm. 44 Accurate and reproducible imaging and measurement methods should be developed if shortening is to be used as a radiographic indicator for surgery. Non-operative treatment Conservative treatment consists of pain reduction by

Maria Anna Smolle, Sandra Bösmüller, Paul Puchwein, Martin Ornig, Andreas Leithner, and Franz-Josef Seibert

open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) or minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis (MIPO), and retrograde and antegrade intramedullary nailing (IM) ( 6 , 8 , 9 ). Complications of both conservative and operative treatment approaches are non

Alfonso Vaquero-Picado, Raul Barco, and Samuel A. Antuña

, with 90% of patients recovering within one year. Patients with severe or persistent symptoms are suitable for treatment with further conservative or operative options. 4 Aetiology and pathogenesis In the majority of cases, non

Julia Sußiek, Philipp A. Michel, Michael J. Raschke, Benedikt Schliemann, and J. Christoph Katthagen

data are available on treatment concepts of fractures of the scapular spine. There is no consensus as to whether operative or non-operative treatment is superior. Furthermore, it is unclear whether the two scenarios – fracture with or without RSA

Thomas J. Holme, Marta Karbowiak, Magnus Arnander, and Yael Gelfer

time of injury, sex); mechanism of injury; associated conditions i.e. osteogenesis imperfecta (OI); fracture classification used; criteria for surgical intervention; non-operative treatment details; operative intervention details; post-operative

Lukas Fraissler, Christian Konrads, Maik Hoberg, Maximilian Rudert, and Matthias Walcher

absolute radiographic measurements. 13 A classification to describe the position of the sesamoids in relation to the first metatarsal has been introduced by Hardy and Clapham, but is rarely used in clinical practice. 9 Non-operative treatment

Javier Masquijo and Alpesh Kothari

should be the primary approach for stable JOCD of the knee. Although there is a lack of evidence for specific non-operative treatments, most authors recommend at least three to six months before the decision for surgical treatment. Non-operative treatment