Anna Domingo

Anna Domingo
Hospital Clínic de Barcelona · Servicio de Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología

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The aim of this study is to compare the functional and radiological results of Philos plate and NHP-T2 nail for the treatment of displaced 2-part proximal humeral fractures. Between May 2005 and June 2006, we operated 29 2-part humeral fractures. The selection of the implant was not randomized, but it was surgeon choice. There were 15 patients oper...
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Surgical management of proximal humerus fractures remains controversial and there is an increasing interest in intramedullary nailing. Created to improve previous designs, the T2-proximal humeral nail (PHN) (Stryker) has been recently released, and the English literature lacks a series evaluating its results. We present a clinical prospective study...
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Anterior dislocations of the hip are much less common than posterior dislocations and have been reported that it occurs in only 10–11% of all hip dislocations. Bilateral simultaneous traumatic anterior dislocation of both hip joints is even more unusual. Only few cases have been previously described in the English literature.
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Carpometacarpal dislocations may be dorsal, volar or divergent type but most are dorsal with involvement of fourth and fifth metacarpal. Isolated volar dislocation of the fifth carpometacarpal joint is an uncommon injury specially when there is no associated fracture. We report a case of radial palmar dislocation of the base of fifth carpometacarpa...
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Anterior hip joint dislocation is less common than posterior dislocation. Although fractures of the acetabulum can occur in anterior hip dislocations, they are infrequently. In this article, we report an uncommon lesion in a woman who sustained an anterior dislocation of the hip associated with a fracture of the acetabular wall. Close reduction was...
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Clavicle traumatisms are frequent in young people in context of traffic or sports accidents. The most frequently mechanism is a direct impact on the shoulder. There are some classifications attending the anatomical structures affected. In the case of clavicle fractures conservative treatment is the standard, but for some situations like neurovascul...
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Tuberculous arthritis of the elbow joint is not commonly seen by orthopaedic physicians. In the past 20 years, with the pandemic of the human immunodeficiency virus and the increase in immunocompromised people, we have observed a resurgence of tuberculosis. Osteoarticular involvement has increased, too. Spinal and monoarthritis of weight-bearing jo...
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Swab cultures are the most usual method to detect graft contamination; nevertheless it has been confirmed his limited sensibility. We have studied the relationship between blood cultures, swab surface cultures and cultures of entirely samples of cancellous bone. We have evaluated 5 donors with positive blood culture, from 70 multiorganic donors dur...
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The aim of this study was (1) to determine the variability in detecting radiological signs of knee osteoarthritis (OA) between an orthopaedics specialist, a fourth-year resident in the speciality and a recently qualified doctor and (2) to determine which of the existing criteria show the greatest variability when used by the three participants to d...
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The implant of a proximal femoral structural allograft is one of the possibilities to restore circumferential defects of multiply revised total hip arthroplasties. A review of 7 patients who underwent proximal femoral reconstruction with an allograft-prosthesis composite to restore bone loss in revision hip replacements is presented. The average fo...
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In order to determine the behaviour of bone allografts in the advancement of the tibial tuberosity, we studied retrospectively 134 knees belonging to 119 recipients of frozen bone allograft for the treatment of a symptomatic patellofemoral osteoarthrosis. All patients had a 1.2-1.5 cm tibial tuberosity advancement with a release of the lateral pate...