476. Skeletal Sarcoma on the Site of Retained War Bullet Fragments and a Literature Review on Long-Term Complications of Retained War Shells

Mohammad H Ebrahimzadeh; Ehsan Vahedi; Rashid Ganji; Shahram Bozorgnia

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, , Pages 107-111

    Long-term complications of retained war fragments in the body are not completely known. Also, bullet migration and slow resorption of metals and distortion in some imaging modalities are frequent and well recognized complications but, now we are concerned about neoplastic changes near the retained ...  Read More

477. Simultaneous of Mid Third Clavicle Fracture and Type 3 Acromioclavicular Joint Dislocation; A Case Report

Saeed Solooki; Ali Azad

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2014, , Pages 69-71

    Simultaneous mid third clavicle fracture and acromioclavicular joint dislocation is a rare combination injury, as a result of high-energy trauma. We report a patient with a middle third clavicle fracture and ipsilateral grade three-acromioclavicular joint dislocation, which is a rare combination. ...  Read More

478. Anterior Ankle Arthrodesis with Molded Plate: Technique and Outcomes

Mohammad Gharehdaghi; Hasan Rahimi; Alireza Mousavian

Volume 2, Issue 3 , September 2014, , Pages 203-209

  Background:  There is still controversy regarding the best technique for ankle arthrodesis to acheive stable rigid fixation along with reconstructing a functional plantigrade foot. Moreover, existing techniques have complictions related to stability, soft tissue covering, fusion rate, and exposure. ...  Read More

479. Elbow Stiffness Secondary to Elbow Joint Osteoid Osteoma, a Diagnostic Dilemma

Ebrahimzadeh Mohammad Hosein; Meysam Fathi Choghadeh; Ali Moradi; Hamid Hejrati Kalati; Amir H jafarian

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, , Pages 144-147

  We present a 23-year-old man with distal humerus osteoid osteoma referring to our hospital with pain and progressive stiffness. The patient has been suffering from the disease for two years without a certain diagnosis. The radiographies of elbow did not reveal the pathology but further CT scan and MRI ...  Read More

480. Intramuscular Lipoma of the Thenar: A Rare Case

Theodoros Papakostas; Aristomenis E. Tsovilis; Emilios E. Pakos

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 80-82

    Lipomas are the most common benign mesenchymal tumors. They are located either subcutaneously or under the investing fascia in intramuscular or intermuscular regions. The reported frequency of intramuscular lipomas among all benign adipocytic tumors is 1.0%–5.0% and for intermuscular lipomas ...  Read More

481. Intramuscular Injection Abscess Due to VRSA: A New Health Care Challenge

Senthil Sambandam; Ganeshkumar Jayasree Rohinikumar; Arif Gul; Varatharaj Mounasamy

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 277-281

    Abscess formation following intramuscular injections is rare and they are most commonly seen in immunocompromised individuals. In this case series we present a cohort of three patients presented to us in a critically ill condition with an abscess due to intramuscular injection. Vancomycin resistant ...  Read More

482. Treatment of Displaced Sacroiliac Fracture Using the Lateral Window for Short Plate Buttress Reduction and Percutaneous Sacroiliac Screw Fixation.

Colin Murphy; James Gill; Andrew Carrothers; Peter Hull

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, , Pages 173-176

         Fractures through the sacroiliac joint are very challenging to treat, technically difficult to reduce through closed methods on account of the multiaxial displacement of fractures fragments, frequently occur in very unwell patients, and have poor outcomes if malreduction is ...  Read More

483. Assessment of Coronal Radiographic Parameters of the Spine in the Treatment of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

Mohsen Karami; Arash Maleki; keyan Mazda

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 376-380

    Background: To determine the most important preoperative factors that affect postoperative coronal parameters of scoliotic curves.   Methods: All Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) patients included in the study were classified according to Lenke and King Classification. The fusion levels ...  Read More


Hamidreza Aslani; Seyed Taghi Nourbakhsh; Fateme Mirzaee; Mohammad Ali Sazegari; Zohreh Zafarani

Volume 6, supplement 1 , June 2018, , Pages 10-10

  This was Presented in 5th International Congress of Iranian Iranian Society of Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy, and Sports Traumatology (ISKAST), 14-17 Feb 2018- Kish, Iran  Read More

Upper Extrimity
485. Implant Removal Matrix for the Upper Extremity Orthopedic Surgeon

Patrick K. Cronin; Ian T. Watkins; Matthew Riedel; Philip B. Kaiser; John Y. Kwon

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2020, , Pages 99-111

  Orthopedic implant removal is a commonly performed procedure. While implant removal can be associated withimproved symptoms, risks of the surgery are notable. Stripped screws, broken and retained hardware, and morbidityassociated with soft tissue compromise during difficult removal are all common. Familiarity ...  Read More

486. Skeletal Tuberculosis Presenting as a Small Cystic Lesion in the Medial Femoral Condyle

Asghar Elmi; Ali Tabrizi; Fardin Mirza Tolouei

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, , Pages 112-115

    Skeletal tuberculosis is an unusual disease involving bone and joints and it may have different manifestations. This report introduces a 25-year-old woman suffering from chronic knee pain without any response to conservative treatments for one year. X-ray was normal but CT-scan and MRI indicated ...  Read More

487. Chronic Low Back Pain due to Retroperitoneal Cystic Lymphangioma

Asieh Sadat Fattahi; Godratollah Maddah; Mohammad Motamedolshariati; Taghi Ghiasi–Moghadam

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2014, , Pages 72-74

    Abdominal cystic lymphangioma is a rare benign neoplasm. Less than 1% of lymphangiomas is in the retroperitoneum. Lymphangioma is mostly asymptomatic. Chronic symptoms were reported in retroperitoneal type more than others. Acute symptoms due to complications like infection, cyst rupture or hemorrhage ...  Read More

488. The Comparison of Results of Treatment of Midshaft Clavicle Fracture between Operative Treatment with Plate and Non-Operative Treatment

Mohsen Khorami; Hamid Reza Arti; Mohammad Fakour; Hossein Mokarrami; Abdolhossein Mahdi Nasab; Farid Shahrivar

Volume 2, Issue 3 , September 2014, , Pages 210-214

  Background:  Clavicle fractures are common and usually heal without complications. In this study, we evaluated the outcomes of non-operative versus operative management of displaced fractures.   Methods:  In a prospective clinical trial study, sixty-five patients with displaced clavicle ...  Read More

489. An Isolated Mass in the Palm, Starting Manifestation of Sarcoidosis

Mohammad GhorbanHoseini; Hamidreza Yazdi; Hossein Naseh; Poopak Hafezi

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 83-86

    Sarcoidosis is a systemic disease that is characterized with noncaseating granulomatous nodules which present in multiple organs specially lungs (90%) . Incidence of masses due to Sarcoidosis in upper extremity is low and most cases present in association with involvement of pulmonary hilary lymph ...  Read More

Arthroscopy & Arthroplasty.
490. Interstitial Tear of the Subscapularis Tendon, Arthroscopic Findings and Technique of Repair

Hossein Saremi

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, , Pages 177-180

    Tears of the subscapularis tendon have been significantly recognized as a source of shoulder pain and dysfunction in the past decade, thanks to arthroscopic evaluation of the shoulder and biomechanical and anatomical studies of the tendon. Current classification of subscapularis tendon tear is ...  Read More

491. Aberrant Radial Artery Causing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Zinon T. Kokkalis; Konstantinos E. Tolis; Panayiotis D. Megaloikonomos; Georgios N. Panagopoulos; Vasilios G. Igoumenou; Andreas F. Mavrogenis

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 282-284

    Anatomical vascular variations are rare causes of carpal tunnel syndrome. An aberrant medial artery is the most common vascular variation, while an aberrant radial artery causing carpal tunnel syndrome is even more rare, with an incidence ranging less than 3%. This article reports a patient with ...  Read More

492. Spinopelvic Fixation of Sacroiliac Joint Fractures and Fracture-Dislocations: A Clinical 8 Years Follow-Up Study

Mohammad R. Sobhan; Seyed Mohammad J. Abrisham; Mahmood Vakili; Saeed Shirdel

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 381-386

    Background: Pelvic ring injuries and sacroiliac dislocations have significant impacts on patient’s quality of life. Several techniques have been described for posterior pelvic fixation. The current study has been designed to evaluate the spinopelvic method of fixation for sacroiliac fractures ...  Read More


Seyyed Mohammad Javad Mortazavi; Ahmad Ramezanpour; Davood Jafari; Mohhamad Javad Dehghani; Hojjat Askari

Volume 6, supplement 1 , June 2018, , Pages 11-11

  This was Presented in 5th International Congress of Iranian Iranian Society of Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy, and Sports Traumatology (ISKAST), 14-17 Feb 2018- Kish, Iran  Read More

494. Anterolateral Meniscofemoral Ligament Associated with Ring-shaped Lateral Meniscus and Congenital Absence of Anterior Cruciate Ligament, Managed with Ligament Reconstruction

Mohammad Razi; Hamed Mazoochy; Elaheh Ziaei Ziabari; Haleh Dadgostar; Alireza Askari; Peyman Arasteh

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2020, , Pages 112-116

  A 24 year old otherwise healthy male was presented with a chief complaint of giving way in the left knee. MRI reportedcomplete anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tearing. Arthroscopy showed ACL agenesis, ring-shaped lateral meniscus,and an anomalous thick band extending from the anterior horn of the lateral ...  Read More

495. Vicious Cycle of Multiple Invasive Treatments in a Hemophilic Inhibitor Positive Child with Resistant Knee Flexion Contracture, A Case Report

Amir Reza Kachooei; Zahra Badiei; Mohammad E Zandinezhad

Volume 1, Issue 2 , December 2013, , Pages 116-119

    Uncontrolled recurrent hemarthrosis can end to contracture, deformity, pain, joint destruction and gait disorders which are disabling. We are going to report a challenge, a unilateral knee flexion contracture in a child with severe hemophilia A and inhibitor who underwent different treatment options ...  Read More

496. Posterior Hip Fracture -Dislocation Associated with Ipsilateral Intertrochantric Fracture; a Rare Case Report

Mohammad H Taraz Jamshidi; Masoud Mirkazemi; Ali Birjandinejad

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2014, , Pages 75-78

  Hip dislocation occurs when the femur does not break and the force is transmitted towards the hip joint leading to a posterior dislocation of the femoral head with or without posterior acetabular fracture. We present the case of a 26 year old patient involved in motor vehicle accident. Clinical and imaging ...  Read More

497. A Comparison of Glenohumeral Internal and External Range of Motion and Rotation Strength in Healthy and Individuals with Recurrent Anterior Instability

Amirreza Sadeghifar; Shahab Ilka; Hasan Dashtbani; Mansour Sahebozamani

Volume 2, Issue 3 , September 2014, , Pages 215-219

  Background:  The glenohumeral joint becomes dislocated more than any other major joint because it maintains a wide range of motion and its stability is inherently weak. The most common complication following acute initial shoulder dislocation is recurrent dislocation or chronic instability. ...  Read More

498. Compartment Syndrome of the Calf Due to Nicolau Syndrome

Ali Enshaei; Ahmadreza Afshar

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 87-89

   We report a case of Nicolau syndrome in a 15 months old girl following of an intramuscular injection of penicillin 6.3.3 in her left buttock. This case is unique because she developed compartment syndrome in her left calf far from her injection site. Her toe’s tips gangrened in the course ...  Read More

499. Tailoring Tendon Transfer Surgery and Rehabilitation for a Musician: A Case Study

Cynthia Watkins; Michael Rivlin; Pedro Beredjiklian

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, , Pages 181-184

     Tendon transfers in hand patients are a commonly performed procedure after extensor tendon rupture. However, the standard side to side technique is not applicable in every patient. We present a case of a musician with unique demands to demonstrate the option to customize surgical technique ...  Read More

500. Total Ankylosis of the Upper Left Limb: A Case of Progressive Osseous Heteroplasia

Ali Birjandinejad; Mohammad-Hossein Taraz-Jamshidi; Sayyed-Hadi Sayyed-Hosseinian

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 285-288

    Progressive osseous heteroplasia is a rare inherited disease that begins with skin ossification and proceeds into the deeper connective tissues. The disease should be distinguished from other genetic disorders of heterotopic ossification including fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) and ...  Read More