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  • Ulnar trochlear notch articular surface has three morphological patterns: a neglected major anatomical feature. [Journal Article]
    Surg Radiol Anat 2019Totlis T, Otountzidis N, … Natsis K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The most common morphological pattern of the proximal ulna articular surface was the olecranon and coronoid facets separated by the transverse ridge, which is considered as the typical anatomical pattern. The partial fusion of olecranon and coronoid facets was the second most common pattern (27.5%) and the single olecranon and coronoid facet with no transverse ridge present was the rarest one (12.1%). These variations affect the area covered by cartilage. They are noticeable in an elbow MRI and they may have implications on olecranon osteotomy. Absence of the transverse ridge may confuse the surgeon during elbow arthroscopy.
  • Challenges in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Aneurysmal Bone Cyst in Patients with Unusual Features. [Journal Article]
    Adv Orthop 2019; 2019:2905671Mohaidat ZM, Al-Gharaibeh SR, … Al-Omari AA
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study presented multiple unusual features of ABC including: unusual age, rare locations, and nondiagnostic radiological and histopathological findings. These features can complicate the diagnosis and management. Given these features, especially with pathological fractures, a well-planned incision, the use of frozen section examination, and the application of either external fixation or plate osteosynthesis for fracture fixation can be recommended.
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