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(Avascular necrosis of bone)
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  • Primary Shoulder Hemiarthroplasty: What Can Be Learned From 359 Cases That Were Surgically Revised? [Journal Article]
  • COClin Orthop Relat Res 2018 Feb 21
  • Hackett DJ, Hsu JE, Matsen FA
  • CONCLUSIONS: These findings suggest that some revisions of primary hemiarthroplasties may be avoided by surgical techniques directed at centering the prosthetic humeral articular surface on the glenoid concavity using proper humeral component positioning and soft tissue balance, by avoiding valgus positioning of the humeral component, and by managing glenoid disorders with a primary glenohumeral arthroplasty rather than a hemiarthroplasty alone. When durable security of the subscapularis, rotator cuff, and tuberosities is in question, the surgeon may consider a reverse total shoulder arthroplasty.
  • Long-term experience with intranasal bevacizumab therapy. [Journal Article]
  • LLaryngoscope 2018 Feb 22
  • Steineger J, Osnes T, … Dheyauldeen S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Intranasal bevacizumab injection is an effective treatment for most of the moderate and severe grades of HHT-associated epistaxis. The duration of the effect of the treatment was variable. Primary and late resistance phenomena to the treatment were quite common.
  • [Study on the risk factors for the misdiagnosis of femoral head osteonecrosis]. [Journal Article]
  • ZGZhongguo Gu Shang 2017 Nov 25; 30(11):1000-1003
  • Chen ZW, Li TX, … Chen WH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Misdiagnosis rate of femoral head necrosis is high. Hidden disease attack and low level of first reception expert are the high risk factors associated with the misdiagnosis in which the femoral head necrosis was misdiagnosed as other diseases, however, glucocorticoid intake history is the protective factor of misdiagnosis. Low level of first reception expert is the high risk factor associated with the misdiagnosis in which other diseases were misdiagnosed as necrosis of femoral head.
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