Olivier Mares

Olivier Mares
Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nîmes · Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

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Introduction
MD in an university hospital: chief department of day surgery development of wrist arthroscopy surgery and day surgery unit development of sport surgery
Additional affiliations
December 2009 - December 2011
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Montpellier
Position
  • MD CCA
May 2009 - November 2009
Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Lille
Position
  • Medical Doctor
Description
  • Traumatology unit
November 2004 - November 2009
Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Lille
Position
  • Medical Doctor

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Publications (81)
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Aim: Nerve transfer of the nerve branch to long head of triceps onto the axillary nerve has joined the therapeutic armamentarium for isolated deltoid paralysis cases. We report our experience in the case of a non-excisable neuroma of the axillary nerve at its origin from the posterior cord. Methods: Eight patients of average age 28 (15-38) were...
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Objectives Surgical treatment of finger swan neck deformities is versatile. We aimed to assess the outcome of PIP tenodesis on unfixed deformities, in patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis.Methods Twenty-three PIP tenodeses were performed on eight patients, using half of a superficialis flexor digitorum tendon sutured to A2 pulley through a...
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Introduction L’ostéonécrose primitive du scaphoïde est une maladie rare pour laquelle aucune recommandation thérapeutique n’est à ce jour établie. En évaluant les cas traités dans notre service, l’objectif de ce travail était de préciser les traitements optimaux suivant le stade évolutif. Patients et méthodes Dix poignets (neuf patients) ont été r...
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Avascular necrosis of the scaphoid (Preiser's disease) is a rare entity for which there are no treatment guidelines to date. The aim of this study was to delineate the optimal treatment at different stages of this disease, based on an analysis of the cases treated in our department. Ten wrists (nine patients) were retrospectively reviewed after a m...
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Surgical treatment of finger swan neck deformities is versatile. We aimed to assess the outcome of PIP tenodesis on unfixed deformities, in patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Twenty-three PIP tenodeses were performed on eight patients, using half of a superficialis flexor digitorum tendon sutured to A2 pulley through a volar approach. Po...
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Objectives: To evaluate the outcomes of a novel percutaneous ultrasound-guided technique for release of ulnar nerve entrapment at the elbow when compared to standard open release Methods: One single surgeon performed an ultrasound-guided percutaneous release of the cubital tunnel on a group of five cadaveric elbows and open release on five others....
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Distal upper limb surgery is performed under WALANT (Wide Awake Local Anesthesia No Tourniquet) in many outpatient centers because the benefits are numerous: simple, low-cost technique, with fast turnover and short length of stay. In view of a paucity of data concerning patient satisfaction, this non-randomized cohort study was designed to compare...
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Résumé Hypothèse La WALANT (Wide awake local anesthesia with no tourniquet) ainsi que les procédures de type « office surgery » deviennent de plus en plus populaires en chirurgie de la main. Il n’y a que peu de données dans la littérature concernant la satisfaction des patients comparant les méthodes d’anesthésie et la localisation de réalisation...
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Purpose: The aim of this technical note is to present a microinvasive percutaneous ultrasound-guided release of the lacertus fibrosus of the biceps brachii for pronator syndrome, i.e., entrapment of the median nerve at the elbow. Methods: Fifteen consecutive patients were included. Patients showed isolated pronator syndrome including pain plus r...
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The lateral slope of the elbow is a crossroads with many structures. Ultrasound is a simple and quick examination, which allows an analysis of all the different structures from superficial to deep:
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The long head of the biceps is a major structure at the shoulder level. Ultrasound is maybe the best solution to realize active and passive clinical exam. We presented here the basic knowledge to perform an exam dedicated to musculoskeletal disorder at the shoulder level.
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Hypothesis: Wide awake local anesthesia with no tourniquet (WALANT) and office-based procedures are used in hand surgery. There are limited literature data on patient satisfaction when comparing methods of anesthesia and location of surgery. Methods: We conducted a retrospective single-surgeon study with patient reported satisfaction in three group...
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We hypothesized that WALANT would provide similar perioperative analgesic comfort compared to local anesthesia with peripheral nerve blocks (LAPNV). We analyzed whether the patient’s active participation during surgery would improve its early functional results. We did a retrospective, single study in an outpatient surgery unit, comparing two types...
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PurposeThere are few papers investigating the morphometry of hip muscles and reporting either a single muscle or a group of synergistic muscles. With the development of hip joint simulation, hip arthroplasty implants, and gait analysis, a set of biometric data covering all the muscles that act on the hip joint is needed.Methods Using a rigorous dis...
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The surgical treatment of external coxa saltans is not standardized. Many techniques for iliotibial release have been described, both open and arthroscopic. No technique describes ultrasound release. In this cadaveric study, we describe a minimally invasive technique for percutaneous iliotibial release with ultrasound guidance, designed to be perfo...
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Purpose To evaluate the technique, results and complications of arthroscopic iliopsoas tenotomies either on native hips or total hip arthroplasty (THA). Methods A systematic review was performed using 3 databases: PubMed, EMBASE and the Cochrane library from January 2000 to December 2018 in accordance with the PRISMA procedure. The literature sear...
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Background Pain control and quality of recovery (QoR) at home remains a challenge after ambulatory shoulder arthroscopy. This study aims to assess the QoR and pain relief using a sequential implementation strategy for rescue analgesic drugs. Methods After IRB approval, patients ( >18yrs, ASA 1-3 stable) scheduled for ambulatory surgery under gener...
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Background External snapping hip (ESH) is the most typical form of coxa saltans and is caused by the iliotibial band (ITB) slipping over the greater trochanter (GT) during a hip movement. In combination with a typical interview and specific clinical tests, dynamic ultrasound imaging appears to be an important tool to confirm the diagnosis and preci...
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Résumé Le cal vicieux du radius distal (CVRD) est défini par la consolidation en situation non anatomique d'une fracture du radius distal. La modification de l'anatomie articulaire ou extra-articulaire du radius, liée au CVRD, entraîne une dégradation fonctionnelle du poignet plus ou moins marquée : diminution des amplitudes articulaires, perte de...
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Résumé L’épicondylite est la cause de douleur latérale du coude la plus fréquente. Également appelée « tennis elbow », elle apparaît en réalité très souvent dans un contexte de maladie professionnelle. Cette pathologie représente ainsi un enjeu majeur de santé publique. Dans cette mise au point, nous revenons sur les notions physiopathologiques imp...
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Introduction Le ressaut externe de hanche (REH) est la forme la plus typique de coxa saltans, due au ressaut de la bandelette ilio-tibiale (BIT) sur le grand trochanter (GT) au cours d’un mouvement de hanche. Associé à un interrogatoire typique et des tests cliniques spécifiques, l’échographie dynamique apparaît comme un outil intéressant pour conf...
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Le WALANT et l’office surgery sont devenus des pratiques courantes outre atlantique pour la libération du canal carpien. Il n’existe pas de données objectives comparant les circuits classiques et l’office surgery. Nous avons réalisé une étude rétrospective monocentrique comparant trois types de prise en charge : office - Walant - échochirurgie, amb...
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L’incidence moyenne du syndrome du canal carpien (SCC) est actuellement estimée autour de 3/1000 dans la population. Nous proposons une nouvelle prise en charge qui modifie le parcours patient en office surgery en allégeant le chemin clinique. Nous proposons une estimation du coût de production de l’acte au bloc opératoire versus « office ». La mét...
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L’objectif de ce travail était d’évaluer l’efficacité de la prise en charge de cette pathologie et de définir s’il existait des suites différentes et des facteurs influençant le résultat de manière spécifique aux membres supérieurs et inférieurs. Il s’agissait d’une série monocentrique, rétrospective de 25 patients opérés sous endoscopie par 3 chir...
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Les explorations multiples des structures ostéoarticulaires du carpe sont toujours difficiles à interpréter. Le comportement mécanique du carpe normal et pathologique étant multifactoriel son évaluation tridimensionnelle est mal reproductible. Notre objectif était de mettre au point un modèle en impression 3D qui servirait à des tests mécaniques ré...
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L’épicondylite latérale est l’affection la plus fréquente affectant le coude et se résorbe d’elle-même dans la plupart des cas. Cependant, lorsque le traitement conservateur échoue, une intervention chirurgicale est nécessaire pour les cas résistants. Nous avons effectué une étude pilote avec 6 cadavres pour nous assurer que la technique était effi...
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Although distal radius fractures (DRF) are frequent, the management of associated ulnar styloid process (USP) lesions is still controversial. According to recent studies, a fracture of the USP does not appear to affect functional outcomes after treatment of a DRF with plate fixation. We sought to compare the impact of a USP fracture on pronation an...
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Study design: Prospective study. Purpose: The goal of this study was to evaluate the impact of anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF) on L5-S1 level for restitution of distal segmental lordosis and to investigate its consequences on spino-pelvic parameters and the global sagittal balance. Overview of literature: Lumbar surgery must be adapted...
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Résumé Contexte L’analyse tomodensitométrique (TDM) des arthrodèses sous-talienne arthroscopique ne retrouve que rarement des fusions complètes. Les objectifs de ce travail étaient de déterminer au recul de 12 mois : (1) le ratio de fusion TDM de patients opérés d’une arthrodèse sous-talienne arthroscopique ; (2) leurs résultats fonctionnels et ;...
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Background de Quervain's syndrome is one of the main tendonitis of the wrist. The hypothesis of authors was that de Quervain's syndrome could be successfully treated with a specific ultrasound-guided percutaneous procedure, as it is for trigger finger. Surgical Technique Identification of the subcompartmentalization of the first extensor compartmen...
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Lateral epicondylitis is the most common cause of lateral elbow pain. Although also known as tennis elbow, lateral epicondylitis often develops as a work-related condition and therefore constitutes a major public health issue. This article reviews the pathophysiological factors involved in lateral epicondylitis, as well as the tools available for e...
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Background The aim of this study was to systematically evaluate the available literature on technique and outcomes of percutaneous arthroscopic calcaneal osteosynthesis for displaced intra-articular calcaneal fractures. Methods A systematic review of the literature available in MEDLINE, EMBASE, and the Cochrane Library database was performed, incl...
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Résumé L’instabilité de hanche dysplasique est à l’origine de douleurs et de dérangements intra-articulaires. La pathogénie de cette symptomatologie est double : osseuse et capsulo-labrale. La technique que nous proposons permet une correction peu invasive de la dysplasie osseuse par la réalisation d’une butée acétabulaire, la réparation des lésion...
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Background: CT analysis of arthroscopic subtalar arthrodesis rarely finds complete fusion. The aim of the present study was to determine, at 12 months' follow-up of arthroscopic subtalar arthrodesis: (1) CT fusion ratio, (2) functional results, and (3) the correlation between the two. Hypothesis: Incomplete fusion ratio does not impair the resul...
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Dysplasia-related hip instability causes pain and intra-articular derangement. The bone, the joint capsule, and the labrum are involved. We describe a surgical procedure of limited invasiveness that corrects the dysplasia by creating an acetabular shelf, repairs the secondary lesions by suturing the labrum and tightening the capsule, and corrects c...
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La stabilité de la RUD est l’enjeux thérapeutique lors d’une lésion de cette dernière. Les moyens de stabilisation dans le plan sagittal sont multiples – osseux, ligamentaires et capsulaire (TFCC, ligament radio-ulnaires ventraux et dorsaux, capsule articulaire, ECU, rétinaculum des extenseurs). Un abord chirurgical doit s’efforcer de respecter et...
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La bande oblique distale (DOB) à la portion inférieure de la membrane interosseuse (MIO) est considérée par certains auteurs tel que celles de Moritomo ou Noda comme un important stabilisateur de l’articulation radio-ulnaire distale (RUD). Elle ne serait cependant présente que dans 40 % des cadavres selon les études. Tolat a décrit en 1996 4 types...
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La courbe d’apprentissage de section échographique du ligament transverse du carpe (LTC) a été décrite par des opérateurs entraînés mais n’a pas fait l’objet d’étude comparative dans la littérature. L’objectif principal était d’évaluer, sur des paramètres chirurgicaux tel que la qualité de section (QS) et les lésions anatomiques (LA), l’impact de l...
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Résumé Background La ténotomie endoscopique du piriforme (TEP) fait partie de l’arsenal thérapeutique du syndrome du piriforme. Décrite comme une section musculaire en regard du nerf sciatique elle nécessite une approche de l’espace sous-glutéal, riche en éléments vasculo-nerveux. Cette étude avait pour objectifs : d’évaluer la libération du pirif...
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Objective: To assess diagnostic reference levels (DRLs) in surgery for the most frequent procedures as required by the European Directive 2013/59/Euratom. Methods: A survey was conducted in six centers. Eight orthopedic, urology and gastrointestinal surgical procedures were analyzed. Kerma area product (KAP) and fluoroscopy time (FT) were record...
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Purpose We retrospectively evaluated the results of all arthroscopic dorsal scapholunate (SL) capsuloplasty without pinning in patients presenting predynamic instability and dorsal capsuloscapholunate septum lesions on arthro–computed tomography scan after failed medical treatment. Materials and Methods Fifteen patients, mean age 34.3 years, underw...
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Background: Endoscopic piriformis release (EPR) is among the available treatments for piriformis syndrome. This procedure typically involves dividing the muscle near the sciatic nerve in the sub-gluteal space, which contains numerous blood vessels and nerves. The objectives of this prospective cadaver study were: 1) to assess the reproducibility a...
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The purpose of this study was to determine the time needed to return to personal and professional activities after bilateral simultaneous endoscopic carpal tunnel release. During a retrospective, single-center study, we included a cohort of 30 patients (60 wrists). Patients were evaluated clinically (pain, paresthesia) and functionally (QuickDASH s...
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Introduction La section du ligament transverse du carpe (LTC) sous assistance échographique a été décrite par des opérateurs entrainés. L’apprentissage de cette technique n’a pas été comparé avec la technique endoscopique. L’objectif de cette étude était de comparer la courbe d’apprentissage entre un opérateur senior et junior en évaluant la qualit...
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Introduction La compréhension des modifications musculaires après prothèse totale de la hanche (PTH) est capitale pour son analyse biomécanique. L’IRM reste le gold standard pour l’évaluation surfacique et trophique musculaire. Aucune étude ne décrit le plan de coupe optimal pour analyser les muscles périarticulaires de la hanche. Cette étude avait...
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Introduction L’apport de l’arthroscopie dans l’arthrodèse sous-talienne permet une amélioration des délais de fusion avec les même taux de pseudarthrose qu’une procédure à ciel ouvert. L’analyse tomodensitométrique (TDM) de ces arthrodèses ne retrouve que rarement des fusions complètes. L’hypothèse était qu’un ratio de fusion partiel n’influencait...
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Distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) instability is a rare but disabling problem. Surgical treatment remains a challenge. The advent of arthroscopic techniques has helped to rebuild the triangular fibrocartilaginous complex (TFCC), especially its deep part. However, isolated TFCC damage is not responsible for instability. Its repair is sometimes not suff...
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Arthroscopic scapholunate tenodesis for pre dynamic scapholunate instability EWAS 3. Purpose For predynamic scapholunate (SL), denervation have been an option but many papers showed the importance of the proprioceptive function of the NIOP. We evaluated retrospectively the results of arthroscopic scapholunate tenodesis without pinning and a simple...
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Résumé Il s’agit d’une mise au point sur les différentes voies d’abords nécessaires à l’ostéosynthèse à ciel ouvert des fractures de l’extrémité distale du radius (EDR). Les principales étapes de dissection sont exposées. Les principales voies d’abords du carrefour radio-ulnaire distal sont décrites avec leurs indications spécifiques et les princip...
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Résumé Introduction Différents traitements chirurgicaux des syndromes du grand trochanter en lien avec une tendinopathie non rompue des glutéaux ont été proposés. Les résultats cliniques d’un traitement endoscopique non réparateur de ces tendinopathies glutéales sont mal connus. Les objectifs de ce travail étaient de déterminer si cette procédure...
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Introduction: Various surgical treatments have been proposed for greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS) related to gluteal tendinopathy with partial thickness tears. The clinical results of endoscopic debridement without repair of these gluteal tears are not well known. The objectives of this study were to determine if this procedure leads to:...
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Articular comminuted distal radius fractures are still a surgical challenge. The development of volar locking plate device allows a stable and anatomic restoration of the distal radius. We propose a modification of the classic anterior approach for articular fracture of the distal radius with ulnar impaction. By a single incision, we realize 2 wind...
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Objectives The publications dealing with scaphoid non-union emphasize importance of correction of the Dorsal Intercalated Segment Instability (DISI) to achieve good functional results and to prevent osteoarthritis. The purpose of this study was to assess, over 10 years follow-up, the functional outcomes of 25 patients with scaphoid non-union surger...
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Introduction Les facteurs pronostiques des infections de prothèses de hanche (PTH) et de genou (PTG) à Staphylococcus aureus (SA) sont mal connus, notamment en raison d’une prise en charge hétérogène tant dans l’administration des antibiotiques que pour la stratégie chirurgicale. Une prise en charge uniforme permet de mieux cerner le devenir de ces...
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The prognostic factors for total hip arthroplasty (THA) and total knee arthroplasty (TKA) Staphylococcus aureus prosthetic joint infections are poorly known, notably because of the heterogeneous management in terms of both antibiotic administration and adopted surgical strategy. Uniform treatment regimens would make it easier to define the outcome...
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The publications dealing with scaphoid non-union emphasize importance of correction of the Dorsal Intercalated Segment Instability (DISI) to achieve good functional results and to prevent osteoarthritis. The purpose of this study was to assess, over 10 years follow-up, the functional outcomes of 25 patients with scaphoid non-union surgery. X-ray an...
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The term Rollover hands (ROHs) corresponds to a loss of compound tissue from the back of the hand. Our aim was to specify the injuries associated with this type of accident and codify the therapeutic strategy. Twenty-one ROHs were reviewed with an average follow-up of 38 months. Skin coverage included 15 pedicle flaps (two posterior interosseous, 1...
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Les pertes de substances tendineuses au niveau des tendons fléchisseurs de la main représentent un challenge thérapeutique difficile, même pour des équipes aguerries à la chirurgie de la main. Ces pertes de substances sont souvent associées à des traumatismes multi-tissulaires, nécessitant des gestes de reconstruction complexe associant une restaur...
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Introduction Les disjonctions acromio-claviculaires sont fréquentes, elles représentent 8 % des traumatismes de la ceinture scapulaire. Le traitement des stades 3 reste un sujet de controverse. L’objectif de ce travail était de revoir à moyen terme (moyenne : 60 mois [12–120]), les résultats objectifs et subjectifs d’une série de 27 patients traité...
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Acromioclavicular dislocation (ACD) is frequent, at 8% of all shoulder traumas. Management in grade III lesions remains controversial. The present study assessed objective and subjective results at medium-term follow-up (mean, 60 months; range, 12-120 mo) in 27 patients managed by Ligastic(®) ligament reconstruction for acute dislocation. This is a...
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The authors present a case of a distal radius fracture associated with a comminutive fracture of the ulna head, treated by volar locking plate for the radius fracture and ulnar head resection. We obtain an early good objective and subjective functional result, whereas this type of fracture is classically associated with bad results in the series pu...
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This retrospective study reports the results from 19 PIP Silastic spacers in 11 female patients suffering from inflammatory diseases at a mean of 2.2 and 5.3 years after surgery. The improvement in range of movement decreased with time, evolving from a gain of 18̊ at 2.2 years to only a 4-gain at subsequent follow-up. The fracture rate was high (30...
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We report the rare case of a patient with an avascular necrosis of the proximal part of the capitate, with a review of the litterature. The patient was treated by a resurfacing prosthesis of the proximal part of the capitate. At 22 month of follow up, the patient had a good functional result. Resurfacing prosthesis is a good therapeutic option in c...
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We report the rare case of a patient with an avascular necrosis of the proximal part of the capitate, with a review of the literature. The patient was treated by a resurfacing prosthesis of the proximal part of the capitate. At 22 month of follow up, the patient had a good functional result. Resurfacing prosthesis is a good therapeutic option in ca...
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We report a rare case of shoulder arthroplasty after attempted arthrodesis. The patient presented a major functional impotency of the shoulder joint with severe pain and no mobility. After 7 years of inactivity, the patient was able to return to work 6 months after surgery. To our knowledge, only one other article exists in the literature concernin...
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Coverage of the dorsal aspect of the fingers is difficult, especially when the soft tissue defect is large and involves extensor apparatus and joints. Tendinous and/or articular reconstruction is not usually performed simultaneously with cutaneous repair. The aims of this study were: (1) to accurately determine the precise position of the first com...
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Bone mineral density (BMD) is a primary determinant of hip fracture risk. However, other factors, notably the femoral geometry, can influence hip fracture risk. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the potential of a new cone beam densitometer, the DMS Lexxos, in order to visualise femoral morphometry. Resolution, magnification and distortion...

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