Significantly lower intramuscular pressure in the posterior and lateral compartments compared with the anterior compartment suggests alterations of the diagnostic criteria for chronic exertional compartment syndrome in the lower leg
The study published by Lindorsson et al. from the University of Gothenburg found significantly lower intramuscular pressure in the posterior and lateral compartments compared to the anterior compartments of the lower leg. Thus, common cut-off values for diagnosing chronic exertional compartment syndrome should be reconsidered. Approach the open-access full articleRead More
The newly introduced Posterolateral Instability Score (PoLIS) of the knee
Watch the video presented by Prof. Andreas Weiler on the newly introduced Posterolateral Instability Score (PoLIS) of the knee. How do you classify posterolateral instabilities? To read the full-text article go to https://doi.org/10.1007/s00167-020-06044-yRead More
Arthroscopic iliac crest bone grafting in recurrent anterior shoulder instability: minimum 5-year clinical and radiologic follow-up
Watch this video from the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin presented by Elisabeth Böhm, Marvin Minkus, Philipp Moroder and Markus Scheibel on the mid-term outcomes following arthroscopic iliac crest bone grafting for patients with recurrent anterior shoulder instability. The open access full text article can be found at https://doi.org/10.1007/s00167-020-05986-7Read More
Upcoming Editorial Series on Statistics
KSSTA Editor-in-Chief Jón Karlsson introduces a series on statistics to be published in KSSTA over the coming months. The series will include practical guidelines, underline important details in standard research statistics, and introduce newer concepts such as machine learning and deep learning. The series is intended to help authorsRead More
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Section Rank in Orthopedics17 of 86
Section Rank in Surgery40 of 211
Abstracted/Indexed in: PubMed/Medline, Science Citation Index/Journal Citation Report
ISSN 0942-2056 Print
ISSN 1433-7347 Online
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