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Rockwood and Green's fractures in adults. Article · January with 26 Reads. Cite this Request Full-text Paper PDF. Citations (79). References (0) Hence. In its thoroughly revised, updated Seventh Edition, Rockwood and Green's Fractures in Adults offers a complete print and multimedia package: the established. functional results. Ortopedia Traumatologia Rehabilitacja . In, Bucholz RW(ed ), Rockwood and Green's Fractures in Adults, seventh edition,. Wolters Kluwer/.

Avoid wires that exit laterally in the region of the biceps tuberosity to prevent impingement or heterotopic ossification and subsequent synostosis. It is the second most common nonhematologic primary malignancy of bone. It occurs over a broad age range, with peaks between 40 and 60 years for primary chondrosarcoma and between 25 and 45 years for secondary chondrosarcoma. When the contractures are mild Fig. The Steindler flexorplasty produces elbow flexion by transferring the flexor pronator origin from the medial epicondyle to the anterior humerus. It may be useful if the muscle can be isolated preoperatively and the wrist can be stabilized against excess flexion with the radial wrist extensors. Unfortunately, most children with arthrogryposis lack radial wrist extensors, and this transfer produces unacceptable wrist flexion unless these extensors are present. Thus this procedure is rarely indicated. The primary form, arthrokatadysis Otto pelvis , involves both hips, occurs most often in younger women, and causes pain and limitation of motion at a relatively early age. The secondary form can be caused by migration of an endoprosthesis, septic arthritis, or prior acetabular fracture. It can be present bilaterally in Paget disease, arachnodactyly Marfan syndrome , rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, and osteomalacia. The radiographic hallmark of protrusion acetabuli is the medial migration of the femoral head beyond the ilioischial Kohler line. The deformity may progress until the greater trochanter impinges on the side of the pelvis. Frequently, there is an associated varus deformity of the femoral neck.

Whilst there is agreement with some of Philips et al. A more recent paper [ 22 ] has shown that maintenance of reduction is possible with the operative group having a statistically better outcome than the non-operative group. As operative techniques improve, there may be a paradigm shift from the historically poor results of fixation with K-wires.

The mechanism of injury appeared similar among the studies, with a combination of sporting, accidental and occupation trauma as the associated factor. Few studies distinguished whether upper limb dominance was a factor in outcome. This may have a been particularly important confounding variable for functional-based outcomes and return to sports measures, where those with a dominant limb injury may present with poorer outcomes—particularly during early review—compared to non-dominant limb injury.

A further confounding factor which may have affected outcome was time from injury to surgery. Rolf et al. Whilst the four studies reported that all operations were acute, the duration from injury to surgical reconstruction was not clearly stated in the papers of Galphin et al. Calvo et al. They suggested that the rationale of surgical reconstruction to achieve anatomic alignment for full functional recovery may not always be achieved following grade III acromioclavicular separation [ 8 ].


Thus, anatomical reduction alone cannot justify operative intervention. However, the method of assessing anatomical alignment was unclear from the included studies. Previous authors have argued that only by assessing the acromioclavicular joint with stress radiography can anatomical position be determined [ 28 ].

Accordingly, future study is recommended to determine the optimal method of radiographic evaluation of acromioclavicular displacement following operative and non-operative management strategies.

The current meta-analysis suggests that there was no difference in the incidence of OA or ossification of the coraclavicular ligament between the two management strategies.


Authors such as Calvo et al. Several authors have suggested that surgical reconstruction should be advocated for those patients who have physically demanding occupations or sporting interests. Furthermore, since this study suggested that duration of sick leave was significantly higher following non-operative procedures, and that there was no significant difference in strength outcomes, then non-operative management may be seen as superior to manage this patient group.

For those patients who carry heavy weights on their shoulders, such as soldiers carrying rucksacks, operative intervention may be indicated to prevent anatomical deformities from affecting return to normal activities. The literature poorly described the non-operative management strategies used.

Historically, various straps, harnesses, casting techniques and traction methods have been used as part of closed reduction [ 30 , 31 , 32 , 33 , 34 ]. Currently, there appears greater support for the use of internal rotation slings. Since non-operative management strategies were not clearly defined, it remains unclear as to whether there was a variation in these strategies between the studies. Vol 5.

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