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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
... purposes useful in the 'real world') currently applied in physical rehabilitation of patients after traumatic bone and soft tissue injuries AbstractText: PubMed, Embase, the Cochrane Library and CINAHL were searched ... possible AbstractText: Serious games seem a safe alternative or addition to conventional physiotherapy after traumatic bone and soft tissue injury.
Muscular and Skeletal Diseases (1), more mentions
Skeletal radiology
The present work is aimed at analysing ultrasound findings in patients with distal biceps brachii tendon (DBBT) injuries to assess the sensitivity of ultrasound in detecting the different forms of injury, and to compare ultrasound results with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and surgical results.A total of 120 patients with ...
Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy : official journal of the ESSKA
Multi-ligament knee injuries (MLKI) from a high-velocity accident are rare but potentially devastating... of the analyzed risk factors was predictive of poor outcome.When comparing knees with similar multi-ligament and neurovascular injury patterns, patients who sustained their injury as a result of poly-trauma demonstrated significantly lower functional ...
AbstractText: Cervical nerve root injury is one of the complications of traumatic cervical spine fracture... So, when nerve injury accompanies bone fractures, corticosteroids and NSAIDs have limitations as therapeutic agents. However, polydeoxyribonucleotide (PDRN) may be useful in the treatment of neuropathy or musculoskeletal pain patients with contraindication of the use of corticosteroids because of its anti-inflammatory effect, as revealed ...
Muscular and Skeletal Diseases (2), Pain Management (1)
Neuralgia (1), Musculoskeletal Pain (1), more mentions
World neurosurgery
AbstractText: The etiologies and epidemiology of traumatic cervical spine fracture have not been described with sufficient power or recency ... spinal cord injuries (SCIs), concurrent injuries, treatments, and complications of traumatic cervical spine fractures AbstractText: Retrospective review of the Nationwide Inpatient Sample ... Demographics, incidence, etiology, fracture levels, concurrent injuries, surgical procedures, and complications were analyzed.
Muscular and Skeletal Diseases (2), Blood Disorders and Hematology (1)
Central Cord Syndrome (1), Anemia (1), Spinal Cord Injuries (1), more mentions
Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
Patients who are admitted to the hospital after sustaining a large burn injury are at high risk for developing hospital-associated infections. If patients survive the initial 72 hours after a burn injury, infections are the most common cause of death. Ventilator-associated pneumonia is the most important infection in this patient population. The risk of infections caused by multidrug-resistant bacterial pathogens increases with hospital length of stay in burn patients. In the first days of the postburn hospitalization, more susceptible, Gram-positive organisms predominate, whereas later more resistant Gram-negative organisms are found. These findings impact the choice of empiric antibiotics in critically ill burn patients. A proactive infection control approach is essential in burn units. Furthermore, a multidisciplinary approach to burn patients with a team that includes an infectious disease specialist and a pharmacist in addition to the burn surgeon is highly recommended.
Infectious Diseases (2)
Infections (5), Communicable Diseases (1), Bacterial Infection (1), more mentions
Letter to the editor: "Determinants of short term fracture risk in patients with a recent history of low-trauma non-vertebral fracture"..
Answer to the letter to the editor regarding the article: "Determinants of short term fracture risk in patients with a recent history of low-trauma non-vertebral fracture"..
Arthroscopy : the journal of arthroscopic & related surgery : official publication of the Arthroscopy Association of North America and the International Arthroscopy Association
Detection of a knee lateral collateral ligament (LCL) tear, in combination with an anterior cruciate ligament tear, may be facilitated by the heel height test, which seems a modification of Hughston's external rotation recurvatum test for posterolateral rotatory instability. The radiographic and arthroscopic stress tests are also valuable. We have found that varus stress will increase varus opening by 1° to 4° for isolated LCL tears and 5° to 9° for combined (LCL) popliteus injury; an arthroscopic stress evaluation will note a normal opening of 5 to 6 mm increasing to 9 to 10 mm in combined LCL popliteus injury. Generally, in our opinion and experience, partial injuries to the lateral side of the knee heal, and only with 9 to 10 mm of arthroscopic opening is posterolateral reconstruction required.
Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy : official journal of the ESSKA
To assess the most common reasons for complaints following anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries reported to the Norwegian System of Patient Injury Compensation (NPE), and to view these complaints in light of the ACL reconstructions (ACL-Rs) reported to the Norwegian Knee Ligament Registry (NKLR).Data from the NPE and ...
Infections (3), more mentions
AbstractText: To examine whether the type of delayed urethroplasty required for pelvic fracture urethral injury (PFUI), which is not easily predicted from conventional urethrography findings, can be predicted from preoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) results AbstractText: Records of 74 male patients with PFUI who underwent ... Keyword: pelvic fracture urethral injury.
Pathologic Constriction (1), more mentions