Advanced Techniques in Musculoskeletal Surgery

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Advanced Techniques in Musculoskeletal Surgery

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Case Report Pages 29-32

Fishing in the Dark: Retrieving Broken Instruments during a Spinal Lumbar Discectomy

Authors: Matthew Lee, Andrew Moriarity and Mr Gerald McCoy

Abstract: The equipment utilized in surgical operations must be durable and safe. Regular checks to ensure no signs of wear or fatigue (that may result in failure) should be incorporated into the sterilising and repackaging process. We present a case of equipment failure resulting in a lost foreign body during a lumbar spine discectomy and subsequent difficult retrieval. The potential consequences of such events may be profound for both the patient and the operating team.

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Systematic Review Pages 18-28

Ultrasound Guided Standalone Percutaneous Needle Tenotomy for Chronic Lateral Epicondylitis: A Systematic Review

Authors: Enrico Casu and Marina Obradov-Rajic

Abstract: Lateral epicondylitis is the most frequent cause of pain in the elbow. It is 7-10 times more frequent than medial epicondylitis, and one of the most common musculoskeletal disorders, affecting 1-3% of the adults each year. It is most prevalent in the working age population and usually affects the dominant arm.

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