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Alfonso Vaquero-Picado, Gaspar González-Morán, and Luis Moraleda

Introduction Supracondylar fractures of the humerus are the most frequent fractures affecting the paediatric elbow 1 and their correct management is important because they can cause catastrophic complications. Despite there being a clear

Hakan Ömeroğlu and Manuel Cassiano Neves

percutaneous fixation increased from 3% to 22% and open reduction decreased from 29% to 14% – Distal radius, supracondylar humerus and forearm shaft fractures had the greatest change in treatment pattern National Hospital Discharge Register data in

Karl Stoffel, Christoph Sommer, Mark Lee, Tracy Y Zhu, Karsten Schwieger, and Christopher Finkemeier

lateral approach 3.5 mm 6-hole or 8-hole LCP Autologous bicortical iliac graft ( n   = 11), allograft ( n   = 4)  Beeres et al. (28) Retrospective 11 Peri- and inter-prosthetic fracture ( n   = 6): Su type III periprosthetic supracondylar

Olga D. Savvidou, Frantzeska Zampeli, Panagiotis Koutsouradis, George D. Chloros, Aggelos Kaspiris, Savas Sourmelis, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

locking plates, orthogonal plates (90°:90°), or parallel plates (medial and lateral supracondylar ridges) are currently the most popular choices of treatment for distal humerus fractures. 6 However, despite evolution of ORIF techniques for distal

Morten Schultz Larsen and Hagen Schmal

fracture Major features: Located anywhere along the femur from just distal to the lesser trochanter to just proximal to the supracondylar flare Associated with no trauma or minimal trauma, as in a fall from a standing height or

Matías Sepúlveda, Cecilia Téllez, Víctor Villablanca, and Estefanía Birrer

can be divided into supracondylar fractures and fractures with physeal involvement. Although distal femur fractures are reportedly rare, Smith et al . ( 13 ) in their retrospective study described an incidence of 12% for distal femur fractures of all

Alexei Buruian, Francisco Silva Gomes, Tiago Roseiro, Claudia Vale, André Carvalho, Emanuel Seiça, Antonio Mendes, and Carlos Pereira

Introduction Hip fractures are among the most common fractures in orthopaedics, and are associated with a high social burden and mortality, estimated at approximately 22% at one year. 1 The worldwide incidence of hip fractures is

Thomas Tampere, Matthieu Ollivier, Christophe Jacquet, Maxime Fabre-Aubrespy, and Sébastien Parratte

patients with complete destruction of the distal femur and/or tibia Fig. 2 X-ray and computed tomography scan of an 83-year-old female patient with a distal comminuted supracondylar femoral fracture with severe osteoporotic bone. Fig

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

Bruce CE . Comparison between collar and cuffs and above elbow back slabs in the initial treatment of Gartland type I supracondylar humerus fractures . J Pediatr Orthop B 2008 ; 17 : 57 – 60 . 28. Oakley E Barnett P

Frédéric Vauclair, Patrick Goetti, Ngoc Tram V. Nguyen, and Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo

) Nonunion after conservative treatment of a supracondylar fracture. (C) Bone stock evaluation with computed tomography. (D) Triceps on approach. (E) Nonunion before fibrous tissue debridement. (F) After fibrous debridement, reduction and fixation with two