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Michał Górecki and Piotr Czarnecki

shoulder arthrodesis in adult patients for whom the surgical indication was a brachial plexus injury and the impact of this type of surgery on the final result, the functioning of the upper limb, and patient satisfaction. Material and methods This

Abdus S. Burahee, Andrew D. Sanders, Colin Shirley, and Dominic M. Power

clinician must examine the whole upper limb to exclude other pathologies that may mimic CuTS, including cervical C8 radiculopathy, thoracic outlet syndrome, distal UN entrapment, carpal tunnel syndrome and hereditary motor and sensory neuropathies

Marko Bumbaširević, Aleksandar Lesic, Tomislav Palibrk, Darko Milovanovic, Milan Zoka, Tamara Kravić-Stevović, and Stanisa Raspopovic

the residual nervous or muscular system of the impaired individuals. There is a difference in the role and, consequently, construction of bionic limbs for the upper (including hand) and the lower extremities. The functions of the upper limbs (UL) and

Petros Mikalef and Dominic Power

muscles, redirecting muscle forces, mobilising stiff joints or stabilising joints with the aim of improving limb functional status. Spasticity patterns are often predictable and for the upper limb the most common presentation is adduction and internal

Gerhard M. Hobusch, Kevin Döring, Rickard Brånemark, and Reinhard Windhager

I, comparison of EVS with non-elevated vacuum suspension in 10 people with lower-limb amputation. EVS improved residual-limb oxygenation during treadmill walking, reactive hyperaemia was attenuated, skin barrier function was preserved with EVS but

Brijesh Ayyaswamy, Bilal Saeed, Anoop Anand, Lai Chan, and Vishwanath Shetty

Syndrome Leading to Bilateral Upper Limb Amputation: A Case Report Pagoti et al, 200827 UK 7 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS, RSDS) Diagnosis and Therapy. A Review of 824 Patients Hooshmand and Hashmi, 1999 18 USA 8 Case Report

Maartje Michielsen, Annemieke Van Haver, Matthias Vanhees, Roger van Riet, and Frederik Verstreken

Introduction Upper limb fractures are common injuries and affect people of all ages. As clinical studies have shown a significant correlation between anatomical reduction and joint function, reconstruction of normal anatomy is one of the key

Olga D. Savvidou, Panagiotis Koutsouradis, Ioanna K. Bolia, Angelos Kaspiris, George D. Chloros, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

disorder of the synovium characterized by the formation of multiple cartilaginous nodules in the synovium, many of which detach creating loose bodies. When the lesion occurs in the upper limb it has a predilection for the elbow followed by the shoulder. 5

Mirza Biscevic, Aida Sehic, and Ferid Krupic

, anaesthesiologist, and monitoring technician. 3 The simplest and the oldest way of detecting gross motor function deficit is the Stagnara wake-up test. It is based on intraoperative reduction of anaesthesia and asking the patient to move his/her limbs. This

Marko Bumbasirevic, Tomislav Palibrk, Aleksandar Lesic, and Henry DE Atkinson

most frequently injured major nerve in the upper limb. Its close bony proximity makes it vulnerable to fractures of the humeral shaft and around the elbow. Injuries can be divided into high, complete radial nerve injuries and low, posterior interosseous