Research Article
29/6/2016
Soroush Baghdadi, SM Javad Mortazavi, Mohammad Hassan Kaseb, Mohammad Ayati
Acute patellar dislocation is a common injury, with up to 40% of the cases missed due to a high rate of spontaneous reduction. Complications mainly arise due to osteochondral fractures, resulting in patellofemoral osteoarthritis and rupture of medial patellar stabilizers, leading to recurrent patellar instability.Institutional database was ... read more
Research Article
26/9/2016
Sven Yves Vetter, Benedict Swartman, Nils Beisemann, Marc Schnetzke, Holger Keil, Jan Von Recum, Paul Alfred Grutzner, Jochen Franke
Closed reduction and intramedullary nailing is an established procedure in the treatment of diaphyseal femoral fractures. Postoperative malrotation of the femur is a complication that can be assessed with computed tomography (CT). A rotational difference >15° to the contralateral side appears in 17 to 35% of literature ... read more
Research Article
29/6/2016
Mohammad Hassan Kaseb, SM Javad Mortazavi, Mohammad Reza Sobhan, Alireza Variani, Yosef Fallah, Kaveh Bashti
The majority of acute traumatic hemarthroses of knee are due to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury. However, their frequency and associated knee injuries in Iranian patients are not studied by arthroscopic examination, yet.The authors planned an arthroscopic study of acute traumatic hemarthrosis of knee in patients with ... read more
Case Report
29/6/2016
Federico Canavese, Ahmad Khan
Chronic osteomyelitis and infected non-union are relatively rare conditions in pediatric patients and are more frequently observed in the developing countries. Although relatively rare, they are challenging medical and surgical issues. The current study aimed to present a novel surgical technique used to manage three patients with ... read more
Case Report
29/6/2016
Babak Mirzashahi, Mahmoud Farzan
Traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) is a catastrophic event for patients with neurologic deficit and for the society in terms of economic issues. The prevalence of SCI seems to be increasing. There is not enough evidence regarding late neurologic decompression in patients with spinal cord injury.Here, we ... read more
Case Report
29/6/2016
Papaioannou Ioannis, Baikousis Andreas, Korovessis Panagiotis
Late-onset neurological impairment in unstable A3-A4/AO type thoracolumbar spinal fractures are rare, particularly if they are misdiagnosed as stable (25%). We present two neglected unstable burst fractures, who presented delayed trauma with neurologic deficit.Case 1: A 62-year-old male, who sought our department three months after trauma claiming ... read more
Letter
29/6/2016
Amir Reza Vafaee, Taghi Baghdadi
Venous thromboembolism (VTE), as deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary thromboembolism is a major clinical complication of orthopedic surgeries in adult population. To answer the question of how often and in what circumstances the surgeon should be worried about it in pediatric patients; the current paper reviewed the ... read more

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