Elbow
1. Midterm Results of Arthroscopic Treatment for Recalcitrant Lateral Epicondylitis of the Elbow

Hossein Saremi; Mohammad A. Seydan; Mohamad A. Seifrabiei

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, , Pages 184-189

Abstract
  Background: An effective treatment for the elbow recalcitrant lateral epicondylitis is arthroscopic surgery. This studyevaluated the midterm results of treating recalcitrant lateral epicondylitis with arthroscopic surgery.Methods: A total of 40 subjects with recalcitrant lateral epicondylitis prepared ...  Read More

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2. Ultrasound Measurements of the ECRB Tendon Shows Remarkable Variations in Patients with Lateral Epicondylitis

Renée Keijsers; Koen L.M. Koenraadt; Jeroen L. Turkenburg; Annechien Beumer; Bertram The; Denise Eygendaal

Volume 8, Issue 2 , March 2020, , Pages 168-172

Abstract
  Background: Lateral epicondylitis (LE) most commonly affects the Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis (ECRB) tendon andpatients are generally treated with injection therapy. For optimal positioning of the injection, as well as an estimation ofthe surface area and content of the ECRB tendon to determine the ...  Read More

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3. The Prevalence of Calcifications at the Origin of the Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis Increases with Age

Matthew Tarabochia; Stein Janssen; Paul T. Ogink; David Ring; Neal C. Chen

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2020, , Pages 21-26

Abstract
  Background: Enthesopathy of the extensor carpi radialis brevis origin [eECRB] is a common idiopathic, noninflammatorydisease of middle age that is characterized by excess glycosaminoglycan production and frequentlyassociated with radiographic calcification of its origin. The purpose of our study was ...  Read More

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4. Triceps-sparing Posterior Approach for Supracondylar Fractures in Children

Saeed Kokly; Alessandro Castagna; Mehdi Aarabi

Volume 7, Issue 5 , September 2019, , Pages 416-421

Abstract
  Background: The most common pediatric elbow fracture is supracondylar humeral fracture which accounts for 60% ofelbow fractures in children. The aim of this study was to evaluate the results of open reduction and internal fixation oftype III supracondylar humeral fractures using a Triceps sparing posterior ...  Read More

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5. How Well do Orthopedic Surgeons Recognize Different Models of Total Elbow Arthroplasties on Plain Radiographs with the Use of a Diagnostic Flowchart?

Ante Prkić; Femke Claessen; Matthijs P. Somford; Bertram The; Michel P.J. van den Bekerom; Denise Eygendaal

Volume 7, Issue 5 , September 2019, , Pages 407-415

Abstract
  Background: Recognition of total elbow arthroplasties (TEAs) on plain radiographs is difficult due to a multitude ofdifferent types and models. Especially if surgery reports and documentation are not available, lost or when the primarysurgery was performed in another hospital the prosthesis type may ...  Read More

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6. Clinical Outcomes of Open versus Arthroscopic Surgery for Lateral Epicondylitis, Evidence from a Systematic Review

Ali Moradi; Pouria Pasdar; Hasan Mehrad Majd; Mohammad H. Ebrahimzadeh

Volume 7, Issue 2 , March and April 2019, , Pages 91-104

Abstract
  Background: Lateral epicondylitis (LE) also known as tennis elbow is a common disease of middle-aged population.Surgery is a treatment of choice in patients not responded to the conservative management. Open and arthroscopicrelease are the two main choices for LE surgery; however, an overall consensus ...  Read More

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7. The Use of Eponyms for Surgical Approaches and Fractures in Elbow Surgery: Accuracy and Reliability Pre- and Post-Training

Jetske Viveen; Matthijs P. Somford; Koen L.M. Koenraadt; Michel P. J. van den Bekerom; Denise Eygendaal; Inger B. Schipper; Job N. Doornberg

Volume 7, Issue 2 , March and April 2019, , Pages 191-198

Abstract
  The use of eponymous terms in orthopedic trauma surgery is common. In an assessment pre-training versus posttrainingat an AO Advanced Elbow Trauma Course, we aimed to report on (1) the accuracy and (2) reliability of 10common eponymous terms used for surgical approaches and fractures in elbow surgery. ...  Read More

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8. Bedside Ultrasonography for Early Diagnosis of Occult Radial Head Fractures in Emergency Room: A CTComparative Diagnostic Study

Michael-Alexander Malahias; Philip-Panagiotis Manolopoulos; Vikram Kadu; Omid Shahpari; Dimitrios Fagkrezos; Maria-Kyriaki Kaseta

Volume 6, Issue 6 , November 2018, , Pages 539-546

Abstract
  Background: Some of the Mason type I fractures cannot be detected on early radiographic images. These occultfractures are considered as a diagnostic challenge for physicians. Our aim was to determine the value of bedsideultrasonography for the detection of Mason I radial head fractures that are non-visible ...  Read More

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9. Evaluation of Radiocapitellar Arthritis in Patients with a Second Radiograph at Least 2 Years after Nonoperative Treatment of an Isolated Radial Head Fracture

Amir R. Kachooei; David Ring

Volume 5, Issue 6 , November 2017, , Pages 375-379

Abstract
  Background: To study if patients that have a second radiograph 2 or more years after nonoperative treatment of an isolated radial head fracture have radiocapitellar osteoarthritis (RC OA). Methods: We used the database of 3 academic hospitals in one health system from 1988 to 2013 to find patients with ...  Read More