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Metallosis in a total knee arthroplasty
A 70-year-old woman presented with right knee pain and a ‘grinding’ sensation 6 months after a total knee replacement for osteoarthritis. Clinical examination revealed a valgus deformity, patellofemoral crepitus and a ...
An epidemiological study of rotator cuff pathology using The Health Improvement Network database.
Little is known about the incidence of rotator cuff pathology or its demographic associations in the general population. We undertook a large epidemiological study of rotator cuff pathology in the United Kingdom using The ...
Medium-term clinical results of a linked total elbow replacement system.
Medium-term results of the Discovery elbow replacement are presented. We reviewed 51 consecutive primary Discovery total elbow replacements (TERs) implanted in 48 patients. The mean age of the patients was 69.2 years (49 ...
Surgical management of a completely avulsed adductor longus muscle in a professional equestrian rider.
Avulsion injuries of the adductor longus muscle tendon are rare and a challenge to manage especially in athletes. There has been little published literature on the outcome of conservative and operative treatment for these ...
Denervation of the metacarpophalangeal joint.
Metacarpophalangeal joint osteoarthritis is a relatively common condition that hand surgeons have to deal with. When daily activities are impaired by pain and all conservative measures have failed, surgical treatments such ...