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The Long Term Outcome of MRSA Infection in Elective Orthopaedic Surgery a Longitudinal Population Study in a District Hospital
Discussion References This study looked at long term morbidity and mortality prospectively following MRSA infection over an 18 year period in patients undergoing elective surgery in a 600 bedded district ...
Review of rollerblading injuries.
Rollerblading is becoming more popular in the UK and this has led to an increase in injuries. Our aim is to review the characteristics of injuries caused by rollerblading, to compare them in children and adults, to identify ...
Retroperitoneal abscess: an extra-abdominal manifestation.
Retroperitoneal abscesses are unusual occurrences with occult and insidious presentations. There is often a lack of abdominal signs, leading to delays in drainage and high mortality rates. We report a case of thigh emphysema ...
Delayed recognition of pediatric calcaneal osteomyelitis: a case report.
INTRODUCTION: The diagnosis of calcaneal osteomyelitis is a challenge, and diagnostic delays have been reported in the literature. The progression is often indolent, laboratory results commonly fail to reveal an underlying ...
An unusual case of a retroperitoneal abscess
Retroperitoneal abscesses are unusual occurrences which pose significant diagnostic and clinical challenges. The presentation can be insidious and occult in nature with a distinct lack of abdominal signs. There is often a ...
Distal femoral fractures in the elderly: Reduced mortality rates with locking plates?
Distal femoral fractures (DFF) are associated with high mortality rates in the elderly and are particularly challenging to treat in this high risk population. Our aim was to evaluate the effectiveness of our management of ...