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2021-05-31 Short Communication

Finite element method in equine orthopedics

Anderson Fernando de Souza* and André Luis do Valle De Zoppa

The finite element method (FEM) is an engineering resource used to predict the stresses in structures that have complex geometries, specific material properties and are subject to complex loading patterns, being widely used in medical and biological research. It has the advantage of being a nonin...

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2020-05-29 Research Article

Preventive treatment in an osteoporotic femoral upper metaphysis-A clinical case: Me Louise V…

Yves Cirotteau*

In 1992, a patient, born July 10, 1910, aged 82, with major osteoporosis [1-3], was operated on her left hip. The surgeon performs a biomaterial transplant using natural coral [4]. Follow-up is two years. She died in 1994 of acute respiratory failure. Three bone graft osteodensitometry [5] shows ...

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2020-03-17 Research Article

A comparative study between ultrasound guided and landmarks guided intraarticular sacroiliac injections in spondyloarthritis patients

Plamen Todorov* and Anastas Batalov


Purpose: Sacroiliac joints (SIJ) inflammation and pain is particularly common in patients with Spondyloarthritis. Intraarticular SIJs injections represent a valuable therapeutic option in this condition. In the rheumatological outpatient clinics this procedur...

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2019-08-27 Research Article

Evaluating cortical bone porosity using Hr-Pqct

Rique AM, Madeira M, Luis L, Fleius MLde F, Paranhos NF and Lima I*


This work aims to evaluate cortical porosity through a high-resolution peripheral quantitative micro-tomography in a group of 47 patients. All patients, in vivo, were subjected to the medical care protocol of the University Hospital Clementino Fraga, 020-213. Patients were wo...

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2019-05-03 Research Article

Cytogenetic and clinical features of longlivers with osteoarthritis from Precarpathian region (West Ukraine) for 1998-2014yy

Kozovyy R*, Kovalchuk L and Kitsera N


Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, affecting millions of people worldwide.

Aim of our study was to assess the clinical and the cytogenetic characteristics in longlivers with osteoarthritis from Precarpathian region (Ukraine).


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2018-12-31 Commentary

What is the future for Scapholunate interosseous ligament reconstruction?

Amelia Carr, Saso Ivanovski, Randy Bindra and Cedryck Vaquette*


This opinion paper provides a summary of the current reconstructive surgical techniques for the scapholunate interosseous ligament (SLIL) and critically highlights their benefits and shortcomings. Due to limited success with direct repair of the ligament, current practice foc...

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2018-10-12 Case Report

Novel Non-invasive Management of Chronic Groin Pain from Fibrosed Contracted Inguinal Ligament

A Lokeshwar Raaju and N Ragunanthan*


A 34-year-old male patient presented with the complaint of chronic pain in the left groin following left side testicular vein ligation for varicocele. Ilio-inguinal neurectomy and cremaster muscle division was done in another hospital for the pain but with no relief of pain. ...

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2017-12-28 Case Report

Brachial Plexus Schwannoma: Report of 4 cases with Intralesional Enucleation

Jennette SY Chan* and Josephine WY Ip


Brachial plexus tumours are rare. It comprises of only 5% of all tumours of upper limb [1]. The two most common brachial plexus region tumors are schwannomas and neurofibromas [2 4].Both are benign and arise from the nerve sheath. XiaotianJia et al., published a large cas...

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2017-09-25 Short Communication

Kummoona Chondro-Ossous Graft for Reconstruction of the Temporomandibular Joint in Children

Raja Kummoona*

Short Communication

There are a lot of controversy about the usage of graft for reconstruction of the TMJ, many researchers tried in the past different technique to be applied in the TMJ [1], for restoration of growth and all failed and some of these techniques may be used for one tri...

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