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Anne J. Spaans, C.M. (Lilian) Donders, J.H.J.M. (Gert) Bessems, and Christiaan J.A. van Bergen

Introduction Septic arthritis is an acute infection of the joint that occurs most commonly in young children. The infection is mainly monoarticular, and is frequently localized in the knee and hip joints, while it is less frequent in the

Fabio D’Angelo, Luca Monestier, and Luigi Zagra

Background Treatment of bacterial septic arthritis in the native adult hip poses distinct challenges. The yearly incidence is estimated at about 4–10 per 100,000 patients worldwide; however, its real incidence is difficult to quantify. 1 – 3

Alexios D. Iliadis and Manoj Ramachandran

depending on the localisation of infection, such as osteomyelitis, septic arthritis, a combination of both or spondylodiscitis (not discussed here). The source of infection may be haematogenous, secondary to contiguous infection or secondary to direct

Francisco Figueroa, David Figueroa, Rafael Calvo, Alex Vaisman, and João Espregueira-Mendes

Introduction Knee septic arthritis after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction is an uncommon but devastating complication, with a reported incidence of 0.14% to 1.7% on the literature. 1 , 2 Even providing state of the art

Tamer El-Sobky and Shady Mahmoud

Septic arthritis and acute haematogenous osteomyelitis are frequently encountered among otherwise healthy children and adolescents. Misdiagnosis may increase the likelihood of bone and joint complications. The slightest delay in appropriate

John Edwin, Shahbaz Ahmed, Shobhit Verma, Graham Tytherleigh-Strong, Karthik Karuppaiah, and Joydeep Sinha

”, “condensing osteitis of clavicle”, “ sternoclavicular injury”, “sternoclavicular joint arthritis”, “sternoclavicular osteomyelitis”, “sternoclavicular joint infection”, “sternoclavicular septic”, “sternoclavicular septic arthritis” and “operative treatment

Dimitrios A. Flevas, Sophia Syngouna, Emmanouel Fandridis, Sotirios Tsiodras, and Andreas F. Mavrogenis

Types of hand infections The most common types of hand infections are bite wounds, 27 – 36 paronychia, 37 – 42 felons, 43 – 47 flexor tenosynovitis, 48 – 58 septic arthritis, 59 – 70 osteomyelitis, 71 – 83 necrotizing

Francesco Benazzo, Stefano M.P. Rossi, Alberto Combi, Sanjay Meena, and Matteo Ghiara

Post-traumatic arthritis of the knee is the third most common cause of total knee replacement after primary arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. The number of operations for post-traumatic conditions has increased only slightly 1 Distal

AliSina Shahi and Javad Parvizi

total joint replacement . J Bone Joint Surg [Br] 2007 ; 89 : 94 - 99 . 22 Hügle T , Schuetz P , Mueller B , et al. . Serum procalcitonin for discrimination between septic and non-septic arthritis . Clin Exp

Xavier Crevoisier, Mathieu Assal, and Katarina Stanekova

envelope and well-aligned ankle and hind foot. Relative contraindications are high functional demand, diabetes, previous septic ankle arthritis and being overweight. Absolute contraindications include active or recent septic ankle arthritis, talar or distal