Clinical Archives of Bone and Joint Diseases is an international open access journal which publishes original clinical research in treatment and management of rheumatic and orthopedic diseases. This peer review journal publishes original articles, case reports and reviews from orthopedics, rheumatologists across the globe. The Journal welcomes submission of papers from experts, clinical academics and researchers.
Through open access it expands shared knowledge across doctors; it provides the free, immediate, availability of the published articles available to access online. The journal also publishes all types of articles like reviews, commentaries, case reports and many more.
The journal covers mainly the topics, osteomyelitis, infectious arthritis, artificial joint infectious arthritis, bone and joint infections, bone and joint tumors, ankylosing spondylitis, back pain, behcet's syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis, ehlers-danlos syndrome, fibromyalgia, gonococcal arthritis, gout, juvenille rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, lymes disease, osteoarthritis, osteomalacia, osteoporosis, pagets disease, polymyalgia rheumatica, psoriatic arthritis, raynaud's phenomenon, reactive arthritis, repetitive strain injury, rhematoid arthritis, etc.
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Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4091/1710013
Tracey L Hunter, Spencer W Sullivan, Struan H Coleman, Eric Brand, James J Kinderknecht and Vijay B Vad
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: February 24, 2021
Lateral epicondylitis (LE) is one of the most common elbow conditions in adults. Symptoms of chronic LE can cause severe discomfort and/or physical disability that is economically burdening to patients and health care costs. The purpose of this study is to assess treatment outcomes of pain and function for refractory extensor carpi radialis brevis (ECRB) tendinosis after tendon fenestration with and without platelet-rich plasma (PRP). A specialized orthopaedic hospital conducted a retrospective ...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4091/1710011
Salvador Labrador, Jose Manuel Llamazares-Medrano and Jesús Guzmán-Revuelta
Article Type: Clinical Picture | First Published: May 27, 2020
A 68-year-old male patient presented to our Clinic with unilateral knee pain for a period of 5 months. He was following treatment with NSAID and Omeprazole with no good outcome. We performed an X-ray on the symptomatic knee (Figures 1 and Figure 2) and we observed in the Metaphysis of distal Femur a heavily calcified lesion, well demarcated and evenly distributed throughout. Recent Laboratory tests were unremarkable. We concluded that this lesion could correspond to a Chondroma of distal Femur.....
Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4091/1710010
Gloria Candelas, Virginia Villaverde, Petra Diaz, Mercedes Guerra and Antonio Naranjo
Article Type: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW | First Published: July 25, 2019
The studies retrieved by the above strategies were included if they met the following pre-established criteria. The patients studied had to be diagnosed of osteoporosis (all ages, both sexes), and they had to be taking Dmab. We measured the likelihood of having osteonecrosis of the jaw. We included in the search for systematic reviews randomised clinical trials (RCT) and cohort studies. We excluded articles on cancer or other disease other than osteoporosis, animal and basic science studies....
Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4091/1710009
Donald A Deinlein, Sakthivel Rajaram, Jorge L Perez and Mason B Frazier
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: June 06, 2019
The lateral approach to the spine, for spinal fusion, has gained interest from spine surgeons in recent years. The approach is less invasive, with less blood loss, decreased morbidity, and decreases length of stay in the hospital. The procedure has been shown to allow indirect decompression of the spinal canal and the intervertebral foramen. Segmental interbody arthrodesis may result in improved coronal and sagittal balance....
Open Access DOI:10.23937/cabjd-2017/1710008
Danilenka Aleh and Makarevich Evgeny
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: November 19, 2018
The aim of our study was to study the frequency and relationship of damage to the rotational cuff of the shoulder and tendon of the long biceps head in the post-traumatic instability of the tendons of the long biceps head. By analyzing the data of clinical and instrumental examination methods, determine and describe the main damage options for the rotator cuff of the shoulder and tendon of the long head of the biceps in the post-traumatic instability of the shoulder joint by determining the freq...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/cabjd-2017/1710007
Miklos Bely and Agnes Apathy
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: August 04, 2018
Metabolic diseases and crystal induced arthropathies are characterized by deposits of crystal and/or non-crystalline (amorphous) calcium phosphates in synovial membranes (synovium) and periarticular soft tissues. Bone and cartilage may also be involved, and crystals may be present in the synovial fluid as well. Foreign bodies and refractile artefacts may vary the histopathological findings. Different crystals (with or without foreign bodies and/or refractile artefacts) may exist simultaneously i...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/cabjd-2017/1710006
Edward C Matthews, Mark D Brinsden, Andrew J Murphy and Paul M Guyver
Article Type: Review Article | First Published: July 05, 2018
The incidence of rupture of the distal biceps tendon appears to be increasing. Acute rupture usually occurs in men in the fourth to sixth decade, in the dominant arm with a higher incidence in smokers. It is thought to be a result of excessive eccentric tension as the arm is passively extended with force....
Open Access DOI:10.23937/cabjd-2017/1710005
M Al-Mulla, V Babu, A Abdullah and W Mohammed
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: May 12, 2018
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can reliably detect inflammation and structural changes in sacroiliac joints (SIJs) in patients with lower back pain (LBP). However, patients with LBP are usually referred for MRI of the lower back (e.g. lumbar spine LS), and imaging of the SIJs is rarely requested for these patients. The aim of this work is to use radial MRI as an additional screening technique for SIJ pathology presenting in lumbar spine patients with chronic LBP....
Open Access DOI:10.23937/cabjd-2017/1710004
Paul J Cagle Jr, Dave R Shukla and Bradford O Parsons
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: April 19, 2018
Acute deltoid compartment syndrome is a rare event. This is a report of a 70-year-old male who developed an acute deltoid compartment syndrome after a shoulder arthroscopy. Due to a mechanical heart valve, the patient was required to remain on anticoagulation for the procedure. A bony acromioplasty and arthroscopic biceps tenodesis were performed. On the first day after surgery increased swelling and pressure consistent with a hematoma was appreciated. The pressure caused increased deltoid compa...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/cabjd-2017/1710003
Timothy T Cheng, Joseph Carreau and Alexandra Schwartz
Article Type: Original Research Article | First Published: April 11, 2018
The LRINEC (laboratory risk indicators for necrotizing fasciitis) score was developed in 2004 to help distinguish necrotizing fasciitis from severe soft tissue infections. Some of the laboratory tests, however, may be elevated at baseline in diabetic patients....
Open Access DOI:10.23937/cabjd-2017/1710002
Nishone Thompson, Zainab Boone Kukoyi, Carisse Lansiquot, Salih Toker, Bridgit Kioko, Hillary Ajifa, Chinenye Nwawulu, Oluseyi Daodu and Kadir Aslan
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: October 13, 2017
Gout is a painful and prevalent crystal deposition disease caused by the overproduction of Uric Acid (UA) in the body and the atypical deposition in human synovial joints as Monosodium Urate Monohydrate (MSUM)....
Open Access DOI:10.23937/cabjd-2017/1710001
Guillén Astete CA , Pijoán Moratalla C, Quiñones Torres JR and Vázquez Díaz M
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: September 09, 2017
The existence of a vertebral body deformity is considered a relevant finding in order to start a secondary therapeutic prevention of osteoporosis in a population at risk. However, not all vertebral body deformities are properly identified and registered. In our experience, those, less striking, can be unnoticed. One of the most common radiographic studies of the axial skeleton is the lumbar and dorsal acute pain....
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