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Acromioclavicular joint disruptions: A comparison of two surgical approaches 'hook' and 'rope'
INTRODUCTIONAcromioclavicular joint injuries are common shoulder girdle injuries most commonly resulting from a direct blow to the acromion with the arm adducted. Type-I or type-II acromioclavicular joint injuries can be ...
Is external fixation a better way than plaster to supplement K-wires in non-comminuted distal radius fractures?
BACKGROUND: Distal radius fractures represent about one-sixth of all fractures. There is still no consensus on the treatment of this fracture. We have several issues to assess and address; one of them is the fixation method. ...
A Widely Displaced Galeazzi Equivalent Lesion with Median Nerve Compromise
We present the case of a 14-year-old patient with a right distal radial fracture accompanied by a severely displaced complete distal ulnar physeal separation and associated median nerve compromise. This injury is known ...
Symptomatic Soft-Tissue Mass in the Intercondylar Notch: A Case Report
Intra-articular soft tissue masses in the knee joint are quite rare and mostly incidental findings on magnetic resonance imaging and/or arthroscopy. However, when they become enlarged, they can cause mechanical ...