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(Ankle pain)
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  • Long-term Impact of Planovalgus Foot on Activities of Daily Living in Patients With Down Syndrome. [Journal Article]
    J Pediatr Orthop. 2023 Jan 19 [Online ahead of print]Galán-Olleros M, Ramírez-Barragán A, … Martínez-Caballero I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Young adults with DS who are diagnosed with PVF in childhood have acceptable functional scores and low pain. Alteration of radiographic parameters toward flatter, more valgus and abducted feet and greater and asymmetric HV tend to be associated with worse long-term functional scores in activities of daily living and sports participation and increased pain. Therefore, non-operative management of these patients is justified, although individualized treatment is recommended.
  • Simultaneous Surgical Management of Acute Tibial Shaft Fracture and Post-traumatic Ankle Arthritis. [Case Reports]
    Cureus. 2022 Dec; 14(12):e33025.Alzahrani A, Alshehri A, … Ababtain I
  • The simultaneous management of tibial shaft fractures and post-traumatic ankle arthritis with ankle pain as the chief complaint can be challenging. Herein, we present a case managed with closed reduction, internal fixation, and tibiotalocalcaneal arthrodesis using a retrograde femoral nail. The patient was able to actively ambulate with full weight bearing and no pain approximately three months a…
  • How Does a Novel In Situ Fixed-bearing Implant Design Perform in Revision Ankle Arthroplasty in the Short Term? A Survival, Clinical, and Radiologic Analysis. [Journal Article]
    Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2023 Jan 06 [Online ahead of print]Kvarda P, Toth L, … Hintermann B
  • CONCLUSIONS: The investigated new in situ fixed-bearing ankle design achieved overall better short-term results than those reported in previous research. Destabilization of the ankle joint complex, soft tissue insufficiency, and possible changes of the joint configuration need an optimal solution in revision arthroplasty. The studied implant might be the answer to this complex issue and help surgeons in the perioperative decision-making process. However, a relatively high percentage of patients did not achieve a clinically important difference. Observational studies are needed to understand long-term implant behavior and possibly to identify ankles benefiting the most from revision.
  • Do sleep and psychological factors influence musculoskeletal pain among nurses? [Journal Article]
    Work. 2023 Jan 25 [Online ahead of print]Niu J, An Y, … Niu W
  • CONCLUSIONS: Compared with other body regions, musculoskeletal pain in the lower back, neck, and shoulders requires more attention and preventive interventions. Special efforts should be made to shift the workday system of the nursing group because of the strong correlation between sleep problems and pain. Incentives other than penalty mechanisms should be considered seriously in nursing to boost occupational pride and relieve job stress.
  • Juvenile idiopathic arthritis in an adult Filipino female: A case report. [Journal Article]
    Int J Rheum Dis. 2023 Jan 27 [Online ahead of print]Dorado CA, Vista ES
  • CONCLUSIONS: JIA is a complicated disease which begins early in life and affects patients even in adulthood. These patients may suffer from arthritis with permanent joint deformities and uveitis, among other disabilities that make daily tasks impossible, impacting patients both mentally and socially.
  • How mild is mild haemophilia? [Journal Article]
    Haemophilia. 2023 Jan 25 [Online ahead of print]Daffunchio C, Landro ME, … Caviglia H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Joint damage as a result of prior hemarthrosis was the most relevant factor associated with lower QoL, and emphasised the importance of early diagnosis and appropriate management in this particular population.
  • Five-Year Follow-up of Third-Generation Percutaneous Chevron and Akin Osteotomies (PECA) for Hallux Valgus. [Journal Article]
    Foot Ankle Int. 2023 Jan 24 [Online ahead of print]Lewis TL, Robinson PW, … Lam P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Radiologic deformity correction for the 78 feet we were able to follow that had third-generation PECA performed by a single highly experienced MIS surgeon was found to be maintained at a mean follow-up of average 66.8 months, with a radiographic recurrence rate of 7.7%. Clinical PROMs and patient satisfaction levels were high and comparable to other third-generation studies with shorter duration of follow-up.
  • Chondrocalcinosis and Osteoarthritis: A Literature Review. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Rheumatol. 2023 Jan 23 [Online ahead of print]Guo SY, Lee CA, Wise BL
  • CONCLUSIONS: An association between CC and OA is supported at the knee joint in both radiographic and in-vitro studies, but is less definite when the relationship is evaluated at other joints, including at the hips, hands, and ankles. Further research is required to ascertain whether CC modifies symptoms in patients with osteoarthritis or is associated with OA progression. It may be worthwhile to further evaluate colchicine or other agents for potential symptom modifying roles in OA or in OA with CC.
  • A Rare Cause of Ankle Pain - Chondrosarcoma of the Talus: A Case Report and Literature Review. [Case Reports]
    J Orthop Case Rep. 2022 Aug; 12(8):70-74.Tupe R, Panchwagh Y, … Waghchoure C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Talus is an infrequent site for chondrosarcoma. When affected, it presents as vague ankle pain. A patient can be underdiagnosed as there are no clear radiological and histological guidelines to differentiate between benign and low-grade cartilaginous tumors such as enchondroma and low-grade chondrosarcoma. Histologically proven benign lesions must be followed for a long time in suspicion of malignancy. The treatment of chondrosarcoma of the talus can vary from local wide excision to below-knee amputation, depending on the grade of malignancy.
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