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Management of recurrent heterotopic ossification around total alloplastic temporomandibular joint replacement.
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) replacement is the gold standard for reconstruction of the ankylosed joint, as it provides the facility for early function and a suitably large gap, both aimed at the prevention of recurrence. ...
Using long term mortality to determine which perioperative risk factors of mortality following hip and knee replacement may be causal.
Observational studies have identified surgical factors that are associated with a reduced risk of mortality after joint replacement. It is not clear whether these are causal or reflect patient selection. Data on the first ...
Management of the temporomandibular joint in inflammatory arthritis: Involvement of surgical procedures.
Many conditions may affect the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), but its incidence in individual joint diseases is low. However, inflammatory arthropathies, particularly rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing ...
Orthopaedic registries - the UK view (National Joint Registry): impact on practice.
The National Joint Registry (NJR) was established in 2002 as the result of an unexpectedly high failure rate of a cemented total hip replacement.Initial compliance with the Registry was low until data entry was mandated. ...