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Minimally invasive percutaneous endoscopic treatment for acute pyogenic spondylodiscitis following vertebroplasty.

Acute pyogenic spondylodiscitis caused by percutaneous vertebroplasty is a rare complication. We present the first report of minimally invasive endoscopic treatment for acute spondylodiscitis caused by vertebroplasty.

Potential presence of metals in patients treated with metal-metal coupling prostheses for hip arthroplasty at 7 and 10 years of follow-up.

Beginning in 2008, metal-on-metal prostheses have been in the spotlight owing to much higher revision rates than expected. Adverse local tissue reactions have been well described in the literature as potential complications.

Opioid Use Disorders are Associated with Perioperative Morbidity and Mortality in the Hip Fracture Population.

To determine if opioid use disorders are associated with adverse perioperative outcomes in patients undergoing surgical fixation for proximal femur fractures.

Can Computed Tomography Accurately Measure Acetabular Anterversion in Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip? Verification and Characterization Using 3D Printing Technology.

One of the important pathologic changes in developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) is increased acetabular version angle (AA). Reasonable correction for excessive AA is an important step in the treatment of DDH, making accurate AA measurement very crucial. However, the results of different AA measurement methods vary. Thus, this study aimed to compare the difference in AA measurements between 2-dimensional computed tomography (2D-CT) and 3-dimensional computed tomography (3D-CT) in children with DDH and to identify the AA degree in children with DDH to guide treatment.

MRI is Better Than CT Scan for Detection of Structural Pathologies After Traumatic Posterior Hip Dislocations in Children and Adolescents.

Traumatic posterior hip dislocations in children and adolescents requires emergent closed reduction. Postreduction imaging is necessary to assess the concentricity of reduction and structural injuries to the hip. There is no a consensus for which imaging is a modality of choice in such condition. The purposes of this study are to describe magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings of traumatic posterior hip dislocations and to compare the effectiveness of MRI with computerized tomography (CT) in detecting structural abnormalities of the hip that impact patient management.

Traumatic Obturator Dislocation Following Total Hip Arthroplasty Managed with Closed Reduction: A Case Report and Review of the Literature.

A 30-year-old man sustained an obturator dislocation of a left total hip prosthesis with a concomitant ipsilateral fracture of the greater trochanter following a high-energy motor-vehicle accident. With the patient under general anesthesia, the hip was successfully treated with closed reduction, as confirmed with intraoperative fluoroscopy and postoperative radiographs. Postreduction, the patient was able to mobilize with abduction restrictions and had no additional instability. Short-term follow-up showed evidence of healing of the greater trochanter.

Maternal breast and body symmetry in pregnancy and offspring condition.

Fluctuating asymmetry (FA) is hypothesized to reflect the level of an individual's developmental instability, and therefore genetic quality. As a potential signal of biological condition, female body (including breast) symmetry was shown to be perceived as more attractive in mate choice context. If symmetry reflects a woman's genetic quality, it is possible that FA, similarly to other maternal anthropometric cues of biological condition (e.g., body height or waist-to-hip ratio), may be also related to her offspring condition.

Do screws and screw holes affect osteolysis in cementless cups using highly cross-linked polyethylene? A 7 to 10-year follow-up case control study.

The use of screws and the presence of screw holes may cause acetabular osteolysis and implant loosening in cementless total hip arthroplasty (THA) using conventional polyethylene. In contrast this issue is not fully understood using highly cross-linked polyethylene (HXLPE), particularly in large comparative study. Therefore, we performed a case-control study to assess the influence of screw usage and screw holes on: (1) implant fixation and osteolysis, and (2) polyethylene steady-state wear rate, using cases with HXLPE liners followed up for 7-10 years postoperatively.

Impact of different hydrophobic ion pairs of octreotide on its oral bioavailability in pigs.

The objective of this study was to investigate the impact of different hydrophobic ion pairs (HIP) on the oral bioavailability of the model drug octreotide in pigs. Octreotide was ion paired with the anionic surfactants deoxycholate, decanoate and docusate differing in lipophilicity. These hydrophobic ion pairs were incorporated in self-emulsifying drug delivery systems (SEDDS) based on BrijO10, octyldodecanol, propylene glycol and ethanol in a concentration of 5mg/ml. SEDDS were characterized regarding size distribution, zeta potential, stability towards lipase, log DSEDDS/release medium and mucus diffusion behavior. The oral bioavailability of octreotide was evaluated in pigs via LC-MS/MS analyses. Most efficient ion pairing was achieved at a molar ratio of 1:3 (peptide: surfactant). SEDDS containing the octreotide-deoxycholate, -decanoate and -docusate ion pair exhibited a mean droplet size of 152nm, 112nm and 191nm and a zeta potential of -3.7, -4.6 and -5.7mV, respectively. They were completely stable towards degradation by lipase and showed a log DSEDDS/release medium of 1.7, 1.8 and 2.7, respectively. The diffusion coefficient of these SEDDS was in the range of 0.03, 0.11 and 0.17×10-9cm2/s, respectively. In vivo studies with these HIPs showed no improvement in the oral bioavailability in case of octreotide-decanoate. In contrast, octreotide-deoxycholate and octreotide-docusate SEDDS resulted in a 17.9-fold and 4.2-fold higher bioavailability vs.

Dietary fat intake associated with bone mineral density among visfatin genotype in obese people.

Osteoporosis and adipose tissue are closely related with many contradictions. Visfatin is an adipokine that is related to osteoporosis and adiposity. This nutrigenomics study examined the interaction between visfatin genotypes and dietary fat intake, with regard to bone mineral density (BMD) among an obese population. In this cross-sectional study, 336 subjects were enrolled; the mean age was 38·25 (sd 11·69) years and the mean BMI was 31·79 (sd 4·77) kg/m2. Laboratory measurements were lipid profile, insulin and fasting blood sugar. Bone density measurements were assessed by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry. Dietary data were collected through a 3-d 24-h dietary recall. Genotyping for visfatin gene SNP (rs2110385) was performed by the PCR-restriction fragment length polymorphism method. The frequency of GG, GT and TT genotypes were 33·92 48·51 and 17·54 %, respectively, and 86·6 % of participants were women. The results showed that subjects with TT genotypes had significantly higher lumbar BMD, T score and z score (P<0·0001). After categorisation by percentage of fat intake (30 % of total energy content as a cut-off point), no interaction was found, but when categorised by fat types, we found an interaction between visfatin genotypes and dietary PUFA intake in terms of the hip T score and z score (P=0·043, B= -0·08; P=0·04, B= -0·078, respectively). There was a significant relationship between high PUFA intake and lower energy and protein intake. When participants were categorised by median PUFA intake (22·8 g), it was concluded that subjects with GG genotype who had high PUFA-intake diets had lower hip z scores and T scores, unlike the other genotypes.

Kinetic mechanism of electroacupuncture for stair climbing in knee osteoarthritis patients.

To observe the kinetic change that reflects joint loading in different planes during stair climbing in knee osteoarthritis (KOA) after electroacupuncture (EA) by three-dimensional motion analysis, so as to provide reference for its biomechanical mechanism treated with acupuncture.

Clinical application of pelvic floor reconstruction in extralevator abdominoperineal excision for low rectal cancer.

To investigate the safety and clinical significance of pelvic floor reconstruction in extralevator abdominoperineal excision(ELAPE) for advanced low rectal cancer.

Outcomes and complications of S2 alar iliac fixation technique in patients with neuromuscular scoliosis: experience in a third level pediatric hospital.

Multiple techniques are utilized for distal fixation in patients with neuromuscular scoliosis. Although there is evidence of benefit with S2 alar iliac (S2AI) fixation, this remains controversial. The objective of this study is to evaluate the radiological outcomes and complications associated with this surgical technique in a pediatric population.

The Effect of Foeniculum Vulgare (Fennel) on Body Composition in Postmenopausal Women with Excess Weight: A Double-blind Randomized Placebo-controlled Trial.

The goal of this study was to evaluate the effect of fennel on body composition.

Effects of Nutritional Status on 6-Month Outcome of Hip Fractures in Elderly Patients.

To identify the prevalence of malnutrition in elderly hip fracture and to investigate the relationship between hip fracture patients and malnutrition on functional recovery and mortality.

Degree of Contribution of Motor and Sensory Scores to Predict Gait Ability in Patients With Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury.

To identify different contributions of motor and sensory variables for independent ambulation of patients with incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI), and reveal the most significant contributors among the variables.

Multispecialty retrospective review of the clinical utility of pelvic magnetic resonance imaging in the setting of pelvic pain.

Pelvic pain is a common complaint, and management of it is often difficult. We sought to evaluate the utility of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the diagnosis of male pelvic pain. Though MRIs are commonly ordered to evaluate pelvic pain, there are very few studies obtaining the efficacy of pelvic MRI in determining a definitive diagnosis. The primary aim of our study was to evaluate the clinical utility of pelvic MRI for a diagnosis code that included pain.

Imaging of Abductor Tears: Stepwise Technique for Accurate Diagnosis.

This article presents the authors' technique for evaluation of possible abductor tears with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). By using T2 fat-saturated coronal and axial slices of the hip and T1 coronal images of the pelvis, the authors show how to visualize all tears of the abductor tendons and signs of chronic abductor deficiency. After diagnosis has been made, signs that may help the surgeon determine if open or arthroscopic surgery would be best used are reviewed. Finally, the author reviews indications for a gluteus medius repair with concomitant gluteus maximus reconstruction.

Arthroscopic Iliopsoas Release at the Level of the Lesser Trochanter Following Total Hip Arthroplasty.

Iliopsoas impingement is an uncommon cause of pain after total hip arthroplasty. If pain persists after a trial of conservative treatment, surgical intervention can alleviate the patient's symptoms. Multiple advantages exist to release the iliopsoas tendon at the level of the lesser trochanter. The purpose of this Technical Note is to demonstrate a technique for arthroscopic release of the iliopsoas tendon at the lesser trochanter after total hip arthroplasty.

Femoral Derotation Osteotomy Technique for Excessive Femoral Anteversion.

Excessive femoral anteversion may lead to increasing stress placed on the anterior acetabulum and soft tissues, which can predispose to intra-articular hip pathology. By addressing the excessive femoral anteversion in combination with intra-articular hip pathology, the results will be durable over time. This technique details how to perform a femoral derotation osteotomy for excessive femoral anteversion after addressing intra-articular pathology with hip arthroscopy in one surgical intervention. This allows the surgeon to address both the underlying pathoanatomy and the resultant intra-articular sequelae.

Arthroscopic Excision of an Osteoid Osteoma of the Lesser Trochanter of the Femoral Neck.

Osteoid osteoma frequently requires surgical treatment, especially among young, active patients. However, surgeons are reluctant to perform open surgery for an osteoid osteoma of the femoral neck area because the conventional surgical approach requires a large incision in muscular patients, and percutaneous resection with a trephine has the attendant risk of subsequent fracture. Recently, arthroscopic excision of an osteoid osteoma has been reported as a less invasive, safer procedure than traditional open curettage. Hip arthroscopy using the burr-down technique under C-arm guidance to locate and remove the lesion of the femur neck has also shown promise. The presented technique minimizes muscle damage around the femur and enables surgeons to confirm complete resection of the lesion through direct, detailed visualization. Furthermore, early return to previous activity can be achieved after excising the lesion located at the calcar femorale, which is an area with a heavy weight-bearing load. The objective of this Technical Note was to describe our preferred technique for the surgical excision of osteoid osteoma located at the base of the femoral neck through the use of arthroscopy.

Opening Wedge High Tibial Osteotomy Using Combined Computed Tomography-Based and Image-Free Navigation System.

For opening wedge high tibial osteotomy (OWHTO), it is recommended that the osteotomy line is parallel to the medial tibial posterior slope (TPS) in the sagittal view and that the alignments are simultaneously controlled in the coronal and sagittal views. Here combined computed tomography (CT)-based and image-free navigation systems were used for intraoperative reference during OWHTO. Using the CT-based navigation, 2 entry points for insertion of Kirschner wires were preoperatively set up and an accurate osteotomy plane was intraoperatively duplicated. Preoperative planning anticipated a femorotibial angle of 170°, representing a weight-bearing ratio of 62.5%, on the whole-leg radiograph. The original TPS in the sagittal view was aimed to be preserved postoperatively. The hip-knee-ankle (HKA) correction angle was preoperatively measured on the whole-leg radiograph, and the HKA angle and flexion angle were intraoperatively monitored in real time using the image-free navigation. We have introduced an operative technique for OWHTO using CT-based and image-free navigation systems. We expect that this method, with the osteotomy plane parallel to the tibial plateau plane in the sagittal view and simultaneous control of coronal and sagittal alignments, will enable actuation of accurate alignment in the 2 planes and lead to improvements in patient activity in future.

Surgical treatment of neglected hip fracture in children with cerebral palsy: case report and review of the literature.

A clinical case of a 15-year-old cerebral palsy child with a Sandhu type 2 neglected femoral neck fracture is presented. The patient was treated using cannulated screws and cancellous bone graft augmented with mesenchymal stem cells. At 6 months after the surgery complete fracture healing was observed.

Optimal Conditions for 3D Non-contrast T1-weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging Segmented Turbo Fast Low-angle Shot for Tissue Characterization of Coronary Plaques.

In three-dimensional (3D) T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging used for tissue characterization of coronary plaques, the contrast for electrocardiographic synchronization may vary according to the R-R interval (RR). The coronary artery plaque image shows suppression of the fluid compartment signal for the coronary artery luminal blood as well as the fat signal in the region of interest; in addition, it is necessary to ensure that the value of the plaque-to-muscle signal intensity ratio (PMR) does not change according to the difference in RR. In the current study, the phantom review and clinical data suggested that the PMR changes that occur due to the differences in RR can be minimized by adjusting the inversion time (TI) in the range of the required black blood effect. Moreover, the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), which varies according to the difference between the RR and the TI, was determined to identify the maximum value flip angle (FA) value that would lead to improvement in the SNR. Thus, signal suppression of the PMR, SNR, and the fluid compartment of the coronary artery luminal blood can be controlled using different RRs with the relational expressions for calculating optimal TI and FA.

Long-term development of overcorrection after femoral derotation osteotomy in children with cerebral palsy.

Recent studies showed rates of recurrence of internal rotation gait (IRG) after femoral derotation osteotomy (FDO) up to 40%. Some surgeons even advice overcorrection during FDO to avoid a later recurrence.

Trunk, pelvis and hip biomechanics in individuals with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome: Strategies for step ascent.

Femoroacetabular impingment (FAI) syndrome is common among young active adults and a proposed risk factor for the future development of hip osteoarthritis. Pain is dominant and drives clinical decision-making. Evidence for altered hip joint function in this patient population is inconsistent, making the identification of treatment targets challenging. A broader assessment, considering adjacent body segments (i.e. pelvis, trunk) and individual movement strategies, may better inform treatment programs. This exploratory study aimed to compare trunk, pelvis, and hip biomechanics during step ascent between individuals with and without FAI syndrome.

Emerging trends in hospitalisation for fragility fractures in Ireland.

We analysed hospital admissions and bed occupancy for fragility fractures in Ireland over a 15-year period to assess fracture admission trends and to project admissions over the next three decades.

Radiological and functional outcomes of high-grade spondylolisthesis treated by intrasacral fixation, dome resection and circumferential fusion: a retrospective series of 20 consecutive cases with a minimum of 2 years follow-up.

Major concern during surgery for high-grade spondylolisthesis (HGS) is to reduce lumbosacral kyphosis and restore sagittal alignment. Despite the numerous methods described, lumbosacral fixation in HGS is a challenging technique associated with high complication rate. Few series have described outcomes and most of the results are limited to lumbosacral correction without global sagittal alignment analysis. This study aims at analyzing clinical and radiological outcomes of HGS patients treated with intrasacral rods on full spine radiographs.

Effects of lighting illuminance levels on stair negotiation performance in individuals with visual impairment.

Stair-related falls of older people cause a substantial financial and social burden. Deterioration of the visual system amongst other factors put older people at a high risk of falling. Improved lighting is often recommended. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of lighting illuminance on stair negotiation performance in older individuals with visual impairment.

Differential Proteomic Analysis of Synovial Fluid from Hip Arthroplasty Patients with a Pseudotumor vs. Periprosthetic Osteolysis.

Adverse tissue reactions to metal implants, including pseudotumors, can compromise implant functionality and survivorship. The identification of specific proteins in the synovial fluid (SF) of hip arthroplasty patients with a pseudotumor may lead to a better understanding of the underlying pathomechanisms. The objective of the present study was to compare the protein content of SF from patients with a short-term metal-on-metal hip implant associated with a pseudotumor and patients with a long-term metal-on-polyethylene hip implant associated with periprosthetic osteolysis. Discovery proteomics was used to identify differentially abundant proteins in albumin-depleted SF. In toto, 452 distinct proteins were identified. Thirty (30) of these 452 proteins were differentially abundant between the two groups, including two potential biomarkers: 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase (which plays a major protective role against oxidative stress) for the pseudotumor group, and scavenger receptor cysteine-rich type-1 protein M130 (which is involved in low-grade inflammation) for the periprosthetic osteolysis group. Other differentially abundant proteins identified suggest the presence of an adaptive immune response (particularly a type-IV hypersensitivity reaction), necrosis, and greater oxidative stress in patients with a pseudotumor. They also suggest the presence of an innate immune response, oxidative stress, tissue remodeling, and apoptosis in both patient groups, although differences in the specific proteins identified in each group point to differences in the pathomechanisms. Overall, results provide insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying metal-related pseudotumors and periprosthetic osteolysis, and may ultimately help elucidate pseudotumor etiology and assess the risk that asymptomatic pseudotumors will develop into an aggressive lesion. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.