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  • Non-atherosclerotic Abdominal Vasculopathies. [Journal Article]
  • AVAnn Vasc Surg 2019 Jun 11
  • Skeik N, Hyde JR, … Sullivan T
  • CONCLUSIONS: NAV are rare and can be caused by different etiologies that primarily affect females. Hypertension and tobacco use were prevalent. Various imaging strategies revealed aneurysms, stenosis, dissection and or thrombosis affecting renal and celiac arteries. Most patients improved with conservative, medical, endovascular and or surgical approach. More research is needed to standardize management approach to patients with NAV.
  • Hip Arthroscopy of a Painful Hip with Borderline Dysplasia. [Journal Article]
  • HPHip Pelvis 2019; 31(2):102-109
  • Yoon SJ, Lee SH, … Jo S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of the current study indicate that arthroscopic management may be beneficial for a subset of patients with borderline dysplasia; however, the dissatisfaction rate associated with this treatment approach may be as high as 40%. The poor preoperative pain score appears to be the sole indicator for poor outcomes.
  • Short-Term Outcome of Multi-Ligament Knee Injury among Sudanese Patients. [Journal Article]
  • OAOpen Access Maced J Med Sci 2019 May 15; 7(9):1486-1493
  • Ali AA, Abdelwahab MB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Reconstruction of multi-ligament knee injury shows a good outcome than it was left alone. Post-operative physiotherapy increases the potential of reconstruction. While our data is limited because of the rare condition, we plan to expand our study area to include a larger sample size. We also recommend extending the post-operative physiotherapy to improve the outcome of a multi-ligament knee injury.
  • [Research progress of surgical treatment for anterior shoulder dislocation and combined injuries]. [Journal Article]
  • ZXZhongguo Xiu Fu Chong Jian Wai Ke Za Zhi 2019 Jun 15; 33(6):768-773
  • Liang D, Qiu Z, … Lu W
  • CONCLUSIONS: With the development of arthroscopy and the improvement of the surgical concept, there is a complete set of surgical options for various injuries of the anterior shoulder dislocation. When choosing a surgical procedure, the patient's specific injury and age, exercise level, and other relating factors should be comprehensively assessed in order to achieve the best results.
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