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  • Nebulin: big protein with big responsibilities. [Journal Article]
    J Muscle Res Cell Motil 2020Yuen M, Ottenheijm CAC
  • Nebulin, encoded by NEB, is a giant skeletal muscle protein of about 6669 amino acids which forms an integral part of the sarcomeric thin filament. In recent years, the nebula around this protein has been largely lifted resulting in the discovery that nebulin is critical for a number of tasks in skeletal muscle. In this review, we firstly discussed nebulin's role as a structural component of the …
  • Electrodiagnostic reference data for motor nerve conduction studies in Saudi Arabia. [Journal Article]
    Neurosciences (Riyadh) 2020; 25(1):25-31Alanazy MH, Alkhawajah NM, … Muayqil T
  • CONCLUSIONS: The reference data for motor NCS parameters and F-wave minimal latency are generally comparable with those of Western countries. However, minimal differences were observed. The underrepresentation of the older age group warrants future studies. The reference data for motor NCS parameters and F-wave minimal latency are generally comparable with those of Western countries. However, minimal differences were observed. The underrepresentation of the older age group warrants future studies.
  • Percutaneous removal of sacroiliac screw following iatrogenic neurologic injury in posterior pelvic ring injury: A case report. [Case Reports]
    Int J Surg Case Rep 2020; 66:416-420Alkhateeb JM, Chelli SS, Aljawder AA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Safe sacroiliac screw placement is technically demanding requiring good understanding of sacral complex morphology and its anatomic variants. Risk of screw misplacement, and potential neurologic injury increases in dysmorphic sacra, or with inaccurate fracture reduction. Advances in intraoperative imaging modalities have been introduced in an attempt to improve accurate screw insertion. Literature is scarce with reports discussing removal of sacroiliac screw. Technique of screw retrieval is also controversial.This case addresses management of an iatrogenic neurologic complication following percutaneous sacroiliac screw fixation. Our experience showed that, percutaneous retrieval of an intact misplaced sacroiliac screw is achievable, resulting in complete resolution of neurologic symptoms.
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