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Medial Meniscus Dislocation: One Case Report and Literature Review

We present rare case of medial meniscus dislocation, in a 25 years old female patient who was admitted in emergency department. With painful locked left knee. Arthroscopy was done next day showing isolated dislocation of medial meniscus with the absence of any medial meniscus tear. Only reduction of the medial meniscus was done. Postoprative MRI confirmed the diagnosis and showed no tears in the medial meniscus. Physiotherapy and clinical follow up were done with good results and no recurrence for 4 months postoperative.
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Rehabilitation Outcomes under Precaution-Free Management for Dislocation after Bipolar Hemiarthroplasty with a Conjoined Tendon Preserving Posterior Approach: A Retrospective Case-Control Study

Early rehabilitation after bipolar hemiarthroplasty (BHA) requires risk management for postoperative dislocation. Since April 2018, BHA has been performed at our hospital using a conjoined tendon-preserving posterior (CPP) approach, which preserves the piriformis and short rotator muscles (the gemellus superior, the obturator internus and the gemellus inferior) and dissects only the external obturator.
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Greater Trochanter Avulsion Associated with Posterior Hip Dislocation

Hip dislocation occurs when axial loading force is transmitted through intact femoral shaft to the hip joint leading to a posterior dislocation of the femoral head with or without posterior acetabular fracture. However dislocation of the hip with associated fracture of the trochanter, neck or shaft of femur is uncommon in literature. We present the case of a 56 year old patient who fell from a height. Clinical and imaging [radiography, CT] examination revealed a comminuted greater trochanteric fracture associated with ipsilateral posterior hip dislocation.
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Fracture of the Hamate with Interposition of the Base of 5th Metacarpal, a Frequently Missed Injury

We report a case of hamate fracture in the coronal plane with interposition of the base of 5th metacarpal bone. This injury is frequently missed and may results in increasing rate of morbidity and mal-union. In this article, the approach to this type of injuries, the diagnostic modalities, and the management will be discussed with review of the literature.
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