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(Shoulder pain)
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  • Indication, Technique and Long-term Results after Shoulder Arthrodesis Performed with Plate Fixation. [Journal Article]
  • ZOZ Orthop Unfall 2018; 156(1):53-61
  • Irlenbusch U, Rott O, Irlenbusch L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Plate arthrodesis in the technique used achieves high fusion and a low complication rate. Relief of pain and functional improvement are astonishing. Analysis of our results indicates that correction of the positions mentioned above is necessary: i. o. arthrodesis position for abduction 25° (by means of pre-bending plate of 105°), forward flexion 20° and internal rotation 30° are suggested.
  • Health and Work in Women and Men in the Welding and Electrical Trades: How Do They Differ? [Journal Article]
  • AWAnn Work Expo Health 2018 Feb 17
  • Cherry N, Arrandale V, … Rodgers L
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the first report on these four cohorts and demonstrates the capacity for detailed analysis of the differences in exposure and new-onset occupationally related ill-health. While women and men in the same trades appear to be doing broadly similar work, and to have similar patterns on health at the first follow-up, there are some significant differences in the types of employment and variety of tasks. The very detailed information collected will allow more precise estimates of exposures to be correlated with health outcomes at the end of the follow-up period.
  • 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.
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