International Archives of Orthopaedic Surgery is an international, open access, peer review journal focusing on the keen areas of surgery concerned with injuries and conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system. The journal publishes selective publications after a stringent peer review process scrutinized by editorial and review experts. The journal covers with most of the common orthopedic procedures such as musculoskeletal trauma, spine diseases, infections, tumors, sports injuries, degenerative diseases, and congenital disorders.

Journal Information

Title: International Archives of Orthopaedic Surgery

ISSN: 2643-4016

NLM title abbreviation: Int Arch Orthop Surg

ISO abbreviation: Int Arch Orthop Surg

Other titles: IAOS

Category: Orthopedic/trauma

DOI: 10.23937/2643-4016

Peer review: Double blind

Review speed: 3 weeks

Fast-track review: 10 days

Publication format (s): Electronic and print

Publication policy: Open Access; COPE guide

Publication type(s): Periodicals

Publisher: ClinMed International Library

Country of publication: USA

Language: English

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 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710037

A Case Report of a Late, Unexpected Complication Following Internal Meniscal Suture Using All Inside Fast-Fix Technique

Rayan Fairag, Alexandre Rudel, Jean-François Gonzalez and Adil Douiri

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: 2024/04/14

Meniscal repair surgery is currently one of the most commonly performed orthopedic procedures. All-inside meniscal repair is simple and often sufficient for meniscal healing. Nevertheless, as with any other surgical technique, they are associated with complications that must be highlighted for better results and to avoid revisions for unjustified meniscectomies. To our knowledge, all inside anchors (FasT-Fix 360Ⓡ, Smith & Nephew, Inc., USA) pulling out and impinging on the deep fibers of the m...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710036

Managing Severe Glenoid Defects during Revision Surgeries Following Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty Using Femoral Head Allograft: A Technical Note with Preliminary Findings

Saad Madi and Robert Hudek

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: 2024/02/29

This report details our experience and technique for addressing massive uncontained defects of the glenoid during revision in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. The glenoid reconstruction was performed in a two-stage approach, with the initial stage involving the removal of all implants and the grafting of allogenic femoral head bone into the glenoid defect. Following confirmation of bone block consolidation on a CT-scan, the second stage entailed the implantation of the glenoid base over the ...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710035

Proximal Humerus Fracture Treated with Locking Plate Fixation and Fibula Autograft: Case Report

Alejandro Antonio Ortíz-Méndez, Fernando Alonso Amaya-Aguilar, José Enrique Novelo-Arceo, Alejandro Alberto Flores-López and Guillermo Padrón-Arredondo

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: 2024/01/14

Epidemiological studies suggest that proximal humerus fractures are very common, representing 4-10% of all fractures. This proportion is increased when surgical intervention cases are examined, as approximately 30% of proximal humerus fractures are treated surgically....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710033

The Impact of Vertebroplasty on Sagittal Parameters in Traumatic Thoracic Vertebral Fractures

Kemal Paksoy, MD

Article Type: Research Article | First Published: 2023/05/14

Fourteen patients with the injury score > 4, based on the thoracolumbar injury classification score (TLICS), and with type A fractures, based on the AO Spine thoracolumbar injury classification score (TLAOSIS), were included in the study. Scoliosis radiographs were shot preoperatively and at 1st, 6th, and 12th months during the postoperative period, and measurements were performed using the software of Surgimap (Nemaris, Inc)....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710034

Complete Rupture of the Insertional Tendon of Biceps Brachii: What We Know

Luke Nugent

Article Type: Review Article | First Published: 2023/06/09

Ruptures of the distal biceps tendon present surgeons with a complex set of potential management options, and significant variation in practice exists. This review aims to succinctly collate the current evidence with regards to epidemiology, diagnosis, and management, in order to allow clinicians to inform themselves as to how best to deal with this increasingly frequently encountered phenomenon....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710032

Protect Clavicle to Avoid Sports Associated Clavicle Fracture- Still Even Segmental Fracture Can Be Managed Well with Surgery in Today’s Era

Sharat Agarwal

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: March 08, 2023

Clavicle is an S-shaped subcutaneous bone which increases the band ring power of the shoulder. Clavicle fractures account for approximately 4% of all fractures. Fractures occur most commonly in the middle third of the bone (76-82%) and less often in the distal (12- 21%) and medial (3-6%) thirds. There appears to be a fairly uniform consensus regarding conservative management for medial third fractures and operative for displaced distal third fractures, however that for mid third clavicular fract...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710030

Surgery for Lumbar Disc Herniation and Future Risk for Long-Term Sick Leave: A Two-Year Prospective Swedish Cohort Study of 5842 Patients of Working Age

Ted Eneqvist, Kristina Alexanderson and Lasse J Lapidus

Article Type: Review Article | First Published: January 22, 2023

Even if lumbar disc-herniation (LDH)-surgery is rather common, there is little knowledge on future sick leave. The aim of this study was to explore risk factors for having many sick-leave days following lumbar disc-herniation surgery. A prospective cohort study, using microdata linked from four nationwide Swedish registers was conducted. We included all patients in Sweden who, when aged 25-60 years, had a first LDH-surgery in 2007-2009 and at surgery date were not on disability pension for more ...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710031

Osteoid Osteoma of the Second Metatarsal: Singular Clinical Feature and Unrecorded Location

Sadougui Mohammed, Aharram Soufiane, Bouziane Walid, Amahtil Mouncef, Agoumi Omar and Daoudi Abdelkrim

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: February 24, 2023

Osteoid osteoma of the foot can be difficult to diagnose, the clinical presentation may be mimicking other local pathologies leading to a considerable delay in diagnosis. We report an exceptional localization of osteoid osteoma in the second metatarsal in a 30-year-old patient, expressed for 3 years by metatarsalgia, with no clinical and radiological architecture defect of the foot. After discovering the nidus, the patient underwent surgical excision with an excellent outcome....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710029

Arthroscopic BANKART in the Treatment of Anterior Shoulder Instability: A Review of 5 Cases

Mohammed Benhammou, Walid Bouziane, Jawad Amghar, Abdelkrim Daoudi and Omar Agoumi

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: October 23, 2022

The arthroscopic BANKART technique is part of the panel of surgical treatment of anterior shoulder instability, allowing reinsertion of the anterior-inferior labrum as well as the capsule at the level of the anterior glenoid rim. Its indication is based on a set of criteria gathered in the ISIS score, which must be less than or equal to 3 for an optimal result and a lower recurrence rate....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710027

Bilateral Traumatic Dislocation Diverging from the Hip

J Amghar, S Aharram, M Benhammou, O Agoumi and A Daoudi

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: June 30, 2022

Traumatic bilateral hip dislocation is very rare; 56 cases have been reported in the literature so far, the first in 1936 by Marquardt. We report a case of bilateral divergent dislocation of the hip with 6 months of follow-up....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710026

10-Year Outcomes of the Charnley and Exeter Total Hip Replacements: A Clinical Cohort Study Conducted in Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital (CNOH) Dublin/Ireland

Mohamed Monawar, MBBS, MRCS, MCh, Orth, Paddy Kenny, MB, BCH, BAO, MFSEM, FRCSI, FRCS (Tr & Orth), Natasha Rafter, RCSI, Fionnuala Walsh and Samir Talha, MBBS, MRCS

Article Type: Research Article | First Published: September 30, 2021

Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital (CNOH) joint register is of huge value in assessing current outcomes of Charnley and Exeter Total Hip Replacements (THR) in Ireland. It is the chief orthopaedic elective hospital and as the Republic of Ireland has no published results from the National Joint Register yet; focusing on this register will help the Irish orthopaedic community by demonstrating which of the two devices has superior survivorship and patient reported outcomes. Joint register data fo...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710025

Presentation and Management of an Interprosthetic Femoral Fracture between a Total Hip Arthroplasty and Revised Total Knee Arthroplasty with Distal Femoral Replacement

Mohamed Shaalan, MD, MRCS, Ashraf Dawood, MD, FRCS and William Gaine, MD, FRCS

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: February 06, 2021

An 83-year-old female sustained a right femoral interprosthetic fracture following a fall, She had a high BMI with a background history of ischaemic heart disease and type II diabetes. She was placed in a Thomas splint and underwent surgical fixation with a plate on the following trauma list. She was non-weight bearing for six weeks before partial weight bearing was commenced when callus appeared on X-ray. At six months good callus was evidenced and she was fully weight bearing. Interprosthetic ...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710024

Fracture Dislocation of the Proximal Humerus with Diaphyseal Extension Associated with Wrist Drop in 57 Years Old Gentleman

Mohamed Shaalan, MD, Mohamed Monawar, MRCS and Satish Kutty, MD, FRCS

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: December 31, 2020

A 57-years-old gentleman left hand dominant working as a manual labourer in a factory fell from ladder on 16/12/2017, on initial assessment (Full ATLS protocol) there was no injury besides his left upper limb/arm. BP: 139/80 - HR: 70/min - O2 saturation: 97% on R/A - RR: 18 - Temperature 36.1....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710023

Paenibacillus Isolated from Superficial Infection of the Left Knee Region in Middle-Aged Man

Mohamed Shaalan, Ali Omer, Mohamed Elrih and Satish Kutty

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: December 21, 2020

On admission, there is subcutaneous diffuse, fluctuant swelling anterior to the left patella measuring 3 × 4 cm, which is erythematous, warm and tender, the range of movements painful beyond 90 degrees. Temperature is 36.8 degrees, pulse rate 97 per minute. Haematological investigations revealed; CRP is 322, WBC 20.15, Neutrophils 18.88, an incision and drainage was done in theatre under general anaesthesia, it was yellowish fluid 15 ml which sent for culture and sensitivity and wound packed wi...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710022

Arm Wrestling Related Injuries: A Literature Review

Taner Sahin

Article Type: Review Article | First Published: November 21, 2020

Arm wrestling is increasing in popularity and is practised mostly among young people as a recreational or professional sport. During this sport, it can cause various injuries in the muscles, ligaments, veins and radial nerves, especially the humerus. The follow-up period can extend up to 16 months, especially in patients with radial nerve injury. Although the treatment methods of patients with humeral fractures vary according to the patient and the doctor, it is chosen as surgical or conservativ...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710021

Fibula Bone Graft Supporting Failed Posterior Rod Implants in Thoracic Spine Tuberculosis: A Case Report

Muath Mamdouh Mahmod Al-Chalabi and Wan Azman Wan Sulaiman

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: September 25, 2020

Tuberculosis of the spine is a challenging illness to treat because of the prolonged time of conservative treatment and the technical difficulties of surgical intervention. The disease remains a significant public health issue in developing countries but is also returning in developed countries due to immigration and particularly in immune-compromised patients. The most common symptom reported is back pain, and the most common segment involved; is the thoracic spine. One of the essential options...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710020

Orthopedic Injuries from Video Games: A Literature Review and Implications for the Future

Phong Truong, DO, Long Truong, BA, Tuan Le, BS, and Kristina Kuklova, MBA, MS

Article Type: Review Article | First Published: August 31, 2020

The video gaming industry is flourishing with billions of participants worldwide and has surpassed both the music and movie industry in revenue. An activity as ubiquitous as this brings with it the risk of injury, in particular orthopedic injury. Acute fractures and dislocations from video gaming have been reported, as well as overuse injuries such as wrist tendonitis. The repetitive motions seen in video gaming may develop over time into severe orthopedic manifestations which may require extens...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710019

Clinical & Surgical Outcomes of Shoulder Arthrodesis: A Cohort of Seven Cases from the South Metropolitan Health Service of Western Australia

Kieran Bochat, MBBS, Sheldon M Moniz, MBBS and Andrew C Mattin, MBBS, FRACS

Article Type: Original Article | First Published: June 29, 2020

Shoulder arthrodesis is an uncommon surgical procedure performed for a range of shoulder pathology including brachial plexus injury, instability or as a salvage procedure for failed arthroplasty and tumour cases. Cohorts report generally good outcomes despite high rates of complications. We aim to investigate the outcomes of all patients undergoing shoulder arthrodesis within the South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) from 2001-2019. There is a gap in the literature about the social demographi...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710018

Keyhole Surgery for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Using MIS-CTS-Kits (Surgical Technique)

Wongthawat Liawrungrueang and Sunton Wongsiri

Article Type: Research Article | First Published: April 15, 2020

Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common hand disease. The standard open technique for carpal tunnel surgery has some wound problems and complications significantly more than minimally invasive surgery. The keyhole technique produces good results with the novel tool of MIS-CTS kits (Minimally invasive surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome kits) was developed to improve effectiveness for surgery....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710017

Challenging Case: Two Successive Unusual Causes of Revision Hip Prosthesis; Management and Outcome

Naoufal Elghoul, Tariq Hamamouch, Laribi Adam, Georges Saad, Mohammed Zaaf and Abdeloihab Jaafar

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: February 24, 2020

Femoral stem fracture is an extremely rare cause, especially in cementless nonmodular stem femoral. Furthermore, revision surgery for isolated polyethylene wear represents a challenge and dilemma for the orthopedic surgeon. This study aimed to present the first case that described two successive challenging causes of total hip arthroplasty revision, and to detail how they were how they were best managed. A 65-year-old male patient with a body mass index of 31 who underwent a primary left cementl...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710016

Accuracy of Orthopedic Shoulder Test in Detecting Rotator Cuff Tears and Retears: A Narrative Review

Brian H Goldman, DO, Alejandro Carmona-Casillas, BS, Greg Galvin, DO, Jorge Benito, DO, Phong Truong, DO and Pedro J Tort-Saade, MD

Article Type: Narrative Review Article | First Published: January 23, 2020

The purpose of this review is to discuss the accuracy of orthopedic tests in detecting rotator cuff tears and retears, while developing new, more sensitive and specific clinical exam tools. With the ever-increasing population and consequent increased incidence of shoulder pathology, there is a vertical trend in medical cost as physical diagnosis is evermore substituted by imaging diagnosis. Unfortunately, clinical examination maneuvers have demonstrated variable specificity and sensitivity for p...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710015

How Long Do We Need to Restrict Weight Bearing after Fixation of Pediatric Femur Fractures?

Amy N Ford, MD, Elizabeth A Harkin, MD, Joseph Romano, MD, William D Lack, MD, Hobie D Summers, MD and Joseph B Cohen, MD

Article Type: Original Article | First Published: January 06, 2020

Surgical management of pediatric femur fractures is accomplished with intramedullary nailing or plate fixation. These fractures heal quickly with a low incidence of complications, although there is a paucity of evidence on how long postoperative weight bearing restrictions need to be in place or whether they are even necessary at all. The objectives of this study are to compare methods of fixation of pediatric femur fractures and postoperative weight bearing protocols and to correlate these with...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710014

Femur Stress - Can You Take It?

Saagar Patel, MD, Areeb Masood, MD, Girija Rajakumar, MD, Pritish Bawa, MD, Haitham Awdeh, MD and Manickam Kumaravel, MD

Article Type: Research Article | First Published: October 07, 2019

Outline the biomechanics and pathophysiology of stress-induced injuries to the femur. Provide various imaging presentations of stress injuries of the femur including radiographs, computed tomography (CT), and Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Understand treatment modalities, recognize complications and become proficient in avoiding pitfalls. This paper will discuss detailed macro and microanatomical features of the femur and associated soft tissues such as muscles, tendons, and cartilage. A revi...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710012

Management Protocol of Infected Non-Union of Diaphyseal Forearm Fractures by Using External Fixation Over Intramedullary Nailing

Mohamed Ahmed AL Kersh, MD, Ahmed Said Ali, MD, Mahmoud A Mahran, MD, (MRCS UK) and Mostafa Ashoub, MD

Article Type: Research Article | First Published: August 31, 2019

The study cohort included fourteen male and seven female patients who presented to our hospital setting with an infected nonunion of the diaphysis of the radius or ulna. Every patient had a minimum of 2-year follow-up. The average patient age was 35.3 years (range 21-45). Thirteen patients had initially fractured both the radius and ulna. six patients had an isolated radius fractures, and two patients had fracture ulna alone. All patients underwent a protocol that combines aggressive surgical de...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710011

A Dedicated Orthopaedic Trauma Admission Document Significantly Improves Recording of Patient Information

Jefferies JG, Brown CD and Shields D

Article Type: Original Article | First Published: June 24, 2019

Meticulous documentation in clinical records has been shown to improve patient care and clinician performance. Conversely, poor documentation is associated with an increased risk of adverse events. The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) issues guidance on the contents of surgical admissions documentation. Audit highlighted frequent omission of key criteria set out by RCS with freehand documentation. We set out to design, implement, and evaluate an orthopaedic admission proforma for our trauma patie...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710010

Age Decrease in Brain Rate and Duration of Life

Schurov VA

Article Type: Original Article | First Published: June 24, 2019

Work done for the purpose of analysis of the dependence of the pace of age-related decline in speed of cerebral blood flow and functional status of the musculoskeletal system of different groups of patients. Investigated the blood flow velocity (FV) in middle cerebral arteries (MCA) during the function of the muscle samples from subjects of different age 12 groups (214 people): Healthy individuals, patients with fractures of the extremities and congenital shortening of the tibia in the treatment...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710009

Pseudoaneurysm of the Deep Femoral Artery Following Internal Fixation for Pertrochanteric Fracture: A Report of 2 Cases

Kedous MA, Miladi M, Msakni A, Rkhami M, Chebbi W, Zaraa M and Mbarek M

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: June 01, 2019

Pertrochanteric fractures count among the most frequent fractures in elderly persons but their vascular complications are rare. We present two cases of pseudoaneurysm following internal fixation for pertrochanteric fractures in relatively young patients aged 67 and 68-years-old. The post-operative follow up was marked by the onset of a pulsatile swelling in the inner thigh. The diagnosis of pseudoaneurysm of the deep femoral artery was made by arterio-venous Doppler-ultrasound and CT-angiography...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/2643-4016/1710008

Stress Fractures in Loeys-Dietz Syndrome

Christian Heng

Article Type: Case Report | First Published: May 31, 2019

Loeys-Dietz Syndrome (LDS) is a rare autosomal dominant connective tissue disorder. Patients with this disorder have mutations in several genes which encode for Transforming Growth Factor-Beta Receptor. This genetic mutation causes patients to have low bone mineral density, usually resulting in osteoporotic-like fractures. Stress fractures are rarely reported in patients with LDS. We report a case of stress fracture in a patient with LDS, discuss the management of this patient and provide a brie...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/iaos-2017/1710007

Open Fractures Treated in a Regional Trauma Centre in Nigeria: Presentation and Outcome - A Prospective Observational Study

Ibeanusi SEB and Obalum DC

Article Type: An Observational Study | First Published: April 19, 2019

Open fractures present a significant challenge to the patient and his family and the managing surgeons. Open fracture often results from high energy injuries such as road traffic crashes, gunshot injuries, falls from heights and high-speed sports. Open fractures are associated with life-threatening and limb threatening injuries and are often associated with complications such as infection, malunion, and non-union. Controversies abound in the pattern of presentation, management, and outcome of op...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/iaos-2017/1710006

Pattern and Outcome of Femoral Fractures Treated in a Regional Trauma Centre in South South, Nigeria

Ibeanusi SE and J Chioma

Article Type: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY | First Published: February 28, 2019

The size, structure, and role of the femur make it a major load bearing bone in the body. Fractures of the femur present with varied patterns in aetiology, treatment modality and outcome. Fracture of the femur usually follows significant trauma which often can be life-threatening particularly in young persons. Even in the elderly, the consequence of fractured femur can be life-threatening. This study aims to evaluate the pattern of presentation of fractures of the femur treated in a regional tra...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/IAOS-2017/1710005

Age and Gender-Related Collagen Alterations in the Transverse Carpal Ligament of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Srinath Kamineni, Satya Alluri, Hamza Ashfaq and Yoshida Ruriko

Article Type: RESEARCH ARTICLE | First Published: February 21, 2019

The aim of our study was to examine both age and gender-related alterations in collagen expression of the transverse carpal ligament (TCL) in patients with idiopathic carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Resected TCLs were collected from 10 patients undergoing open carpal tunnel decompression. These were randomly divided equally into two groups of five patients, with equal numbers of men (average age 49.6) and women (average age 57.4). Histological staining [Hematoxylin & eosin and Picrosirius red (PSR...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/iaos-2017/1710004

Optimizing the Anatomic Reduction of Complex Acetabular Fractures: A Technical Enhancement to the Modified Stoppa Approach

J Diranzo Garcia, L Hernandez Ferrando, V Estrems Diaz, V Zarzuela Sanchez, L Castillo Ruiperez, A Vilatela Gomez and A Bru Pomer

Article Type: Technical | First Published: November 12, 2018

In spite of the large variety of different techniques available for their treatment, acetabular fractures still pose a formidable challenge to the orthopedic surgeon, with a close relationship having been observed between degree of reduction, radiological findings and clinical results. The purpose of this manuscript is to introduce a technical enhancement that can be resorted to following exposure of the acetabular dome when using a modified Stoppa approach to facilitate reduction of bone fragme...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/iaos-2017/1710003

Analysis of Principal Stress Projection in Femur with Total Hip Arthroplasty using CT-image Based Finite Element Method

Kosei Fukuoka and Mitsugu Todo

Article Type: Original Research | First Published: September 20, 2018

The research demonstrates a novel three-dimensional finite element analysis to analyze biomechanical changes in a femur with implant. The method uses principal stress projections to determine trabeculae trajectories in the femur. Visual comparisons of the projections of the femurs show areas of cortical and cancellous changes due to changes in tensile and compressive stresses, revealing areas of stress shielding. The method also includes a bone remodeling algorithm to simulate bone adaptation. I...

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/iaos-2017/1710002

Transforming Growth Factor-Beta (TGF-B) Regulates Nerve Growth Factor and Cyclooxygenase-2 Expression in Subsynovial Connective Tissue in Patients with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Mitsufumi Nakawaki, Kentaro Uchida, Kenji Onuma, Koji Sukegawa, Toshihide Matsumoto, Gen Inoue, Hiroyuki Sekiguchi and Masashi Takaso

Article Type: Original Article | First Published: September 19, 2018

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a common neuropathy encountered in orthopedics. It results from compression of the distal median nerve (MN) within the carpal tunnel. Characteristic complaints of CTS are numbness, paresthesia, and pain in the hand and fingers, often exacerbated at night. This characteristic MN compression results in various degrees of disability. In recent years, elucidation of the pathological condition has progressed; however, the mechanism is still unknown....

 Open Access DOI:10.23937/iaos-2017/1710001

Discussion Concerning Deltoid Ligament and Antero-Medial Capsule Repair in the Surgical Management of Supination External Rotation Ankle Fractures

Wei REN, Masumi MARUO HOLLEDGE, Yong Cheng HU and Jike LU

Article Type: Research Article | First Published: November 01, 2017

To evaluate the importance of ankle deltoid ligament and antero-medial capsule repair in Lauge-Hansen Supination-External Rotation Stage IV (SER IV) ankle fractures....

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