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Luigi Zagra

patients satisfaction during the surgical journey. 9 The main changes have regarded the indications, that have increased for both younger and older patients, the surgical techniques (approaches, tissue preservation and reconstruction), some

Emmanuel Thienpont

approach for rTKA and is used in more than 90% of cases. To achieve good visualisation, the incision should be extended more proximally into the quadriceps tendon, not within the boundaries of a minimally invasive technique. Caution should be applied to

Patrick Houvet

intercarpal arthrodeses, to clarify the indications for each fusion, to describe the most suitable surgical technique for each fusion, and to provide an overview of outcomes and current concepts. The most common form of degenerative wrist osteoarthritis is

G. Ulrich Exner, Michael O. Kurrer, Nadja Mamisch-Saupe, and Stephen R. Cannon

been covered or in the case of malignant disease the whole bone has not been imaged. For both bone and soft-tissue sarcomata, MRI is the technique of choice and this will give additional information on the type of biopsy to be considered in order to

James R Satalich, Daniel J Lombardo, Simon Newman, Gregory J Golladay, and Nirav K Patel

history, properties, techniques, and outcomes of bone cement utilization in THA. History of bone cement Themistocles Gluck is credited as being among the first to experiment with the use of cement for the fixation of artificial joints in the 1880s

Andrea Ferrera and Jacques Menetrey

Introduction The history of osteotomies starts in the 16th century, but the real development of these techniques has improved between the 19th and 21st centuries, to become the gold standard treatment for the unicompartmental osteoarthritis of

Koray Şahin, Alper Şükrü Kendirci, Muhammed Oğuzhan Albayrak, Gökhan Sayer, and Ali Erşen

surgical techniques have been described in the surgical treatment of MDI. Reconstructive techniques include glenoid osteotomy, labral augmentation and capsuloligamentous reconstruction procedures. Currently, the most commonly used techniques are open

Charles Rivière, William Jackson, Loïc Villet, Sivan Sivaloganathan, Yaron Barziv, and Pascal-André Vendittoli

Introduction The Kinematic Alignment (KA) technique for total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is an alternative surgical technique aiming to resurface knee articular surfaces. 1 , 2 Ultimately, the goal of KA is to alter the knee physiological

Jaime Esteban and Enrique Gómez-Barrena

while Gram staining, microbiological cultures and histopathology were the most recognized diagnostic techniques. 5 Bacterial colonization of orthopaedic implants was also identified as a major challenge in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of

Abdul-ilah Hachem, Andres Molina-Creixell, Xavier Rius, Karla Rodriguez-Bascones, Francisco Javier Cabo Cabo, Jose Luis Agulló, and Miguel Angel Ruiz-Iban

, 6 ). Multiple surgical techniques for the treatment of recurring posterior instability have been described in the last decades ( 7 ). Currently, treatment strategies are focused on soft tissue repair, with capsulolabral reconstruction to restore