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  • Working mechanisms of a general positivity approach-avoidance training: Effects on action tendencies as well as on subjective and physiological stress responses. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Behav Ther Exp Psychiatry 2018 Jan 29; 59:134-141
  • Ferrari GRA, Möbius M, … Rinck M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Generalizability of the findings is limited by using an unselected student sample. Also, the use of empty pictures as neutral stimuli in the ApP and AvN could have weakened training effects in these groups.Although our results hint at the importance of avoiding negative pictures for modifying an approach-avoidance bias, only the positivity training with both components may effectively induce a positive bias. Remarkably, we failed to replicate and extend previously reported effects of the training on stress-responses. Hence, it remains questionable whether the changes in bias reflect changes in underlying cognitive processing tendencies or task-specific learning effects.
  • Shoulder Arthroplasty for Humeral Head Avascular Necrosis Is Associated With Increased Postoperative Complications. [Journal Article]
  • HJHSS J 2018; 14(1):2-8
  • Tyrrell Burrus M, Cancienne JM, … Werner BC
  • CONCLUSIONS: TSA in patients with humeral head AVN is associated with significantly increased rates of numerous postoperative complications compared to patients without a diagnosis of AVN, including infection, dislocation, revision arthroplasty, stiffness, periprosthetic fracture, and medical complications. Specifically, AVN due to steroid use or from a posttraumatic cause appears to be associated with the statistically highest rates of postoperative TSA complications. Given these findings, orthopedic surgeons should be increasingly aware of this association, which should influence the shared decision-making process of undergoing TSA in patients with humeral head AVN.
  • Outcome after Surgical Management of Acetabular Fractures: A 7-Year Experience. [Journal Article]
  • BEBull Emerg Trauma 2018; 6(1):37-44
  • Mesbahi SAR, Ghaemmaghami A, … Farhadi P
  • CONCLUSIONS: The operative treatment for acetabular fractures gives universally satisfactory results. Thereafter, this study provides evidence that ilioinguinal approach is a good choice for anterior fractures, Kocher-Langenbeck is a good choice for posteriors fractures, and combined approach may be a good choice in the management of acetabular fractures involving two columns.
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