Mohamed Altayeb Mussa

Mohamed Altayeb Mussa
The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust · Trauma and Orthopaedics

MBChB, MRCS ENG

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Publications (22)
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Introduction The reconstruction of large acetabular defects in revision hip arthroplasty represents a challenge to the surgeon and increases the complexity of the case. There are different options to overcome the problem of acetabular deficiency. In the elderly low demand patients, the main objective of revision surgery is to provide pain relief, a...
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Introduction: Recent published studies have compared the use of external fixation in elderly patients with trochanteric fractures with the more conventional methods of fixation such as sliding hip screw. This is the first prospective study to report outcomes of external fixation in a larger patient population which includes young and healthy adults...
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Introduction: The management of anticoagulation in patients undergoing arthroplasty remains a challenge. Guidelines for perioperative management of long-term warfarin recommend discontinuation of warfarin preoperatively in low risk patients. We hypothesised that patients who had their warfarin continued during the perioperative period would have...
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Hip fractures in the young, healthy population are rare and often the result of high-energy trauma. A previously healthy 17-year-old patient presented to our institution with a 5-week history of left hip and knee pain in the absence of any trauma. Pelvic radiograph revealed a subacute left femoral neck fracture. He subsequently underwent surgical f...
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Background: Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is a commonly performed surgical procedure in UK. Routine use of tourniquets and tranexamic acid raises the question of whether pre-operative group and save (G&S) is necessary. Methods: Retrospective review of 100 patients who underwent TKA. We reviewed if G&S was performed as part of pre-operative assessme...
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Steroid induced osteonecrosis is a devastating injury that usually requires rebuild of the joint, with the femoral and the humeral head being most commonly affected. Steroid therapy is the most common reported cause of atraumatic osteonecrosis. The Collaborative Osteonecrosis Group Study confirmed that steroids are the primary cause of multi-focal...
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PURPOSE. To review hospital mortality after hemiarthroplasty or total hip arthroplasty (THA) using a cemented stem for displaced femoral neck fractures. METHODS. Medical records of 284 hips in 70 men and 209 women aged 45 to 106 (mean, 81.3) years who underwent hemiarthroplasty (n=232) or THA (n=52) with a cemented stem using third-generation cemen...
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Purpose: To analyse informed consent documentation of 100 patients undergoing elective primary total hip replacement (THR) or total knee replacement (TKR) using generic forms with blank spaces. Methods: Informed consent documentation of 57 men and 43 women (mean age, 54 years) undergoing elective primary THR (n=50) or TKR (n=50) using generic fo...
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Purpose: To audit operation notes of 50 patients according to the guidelines of the Royal College of Surgeons. Methods: Proforma operation notes of 50 consecutive patients treated in an orthopaedic department were audited by a single reviewer, according to the guidelines of the Royal College of Surgeons in terms of date and time of surgery, name...
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Introduction: Atypical infections with mycobacteria are unusual in the developed countries and tuberculous involvement of the wrist or carpal bones is a rare presentation. Case Report: This is a new rare case of tuberculosis of the wrist joint in a non-immunocompromised 24-year-old male without concomitant pulmonary tuberculosis. He then underwent...
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The media are pivotal in educating and informing the general public. The stories they cover and how they cover them has a powerful influence on public perceptions. There have been no previous reports of the portrayal of bone tumours in the press. LexisNexis™ Professional search engine used to retrieve articles from all United Kingdom National Newsp...

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