Akman, B. | Şaylı, U. | Güven, M. | Altıntaş, F.

Letter | 2018 | Acta Orthopaedica et Traumatologica Turcica52 ( 4 ) , pp.326 - 327

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Prevalence estimation and familial tendency of common forefoot deformities in Turkey: A survey of 2662 adults

Şaylı, Uğur | Altunok, Elif Çiğdem | Güven, Melih | Akman, Budak | Bıros, Jnev | Şaylı, Ayşe

Article | 2018 | Acta Orthopaedica et Traumatologica Turcica52 ( 3 ) , pp.167 - 173

Objective: This survey was designed to evaluate the prevalence estimations of HV, bunionette, hammertoe as well as their relations to shoe wearing and also familial tendency, in Turkey.Material and Methods: Two thousand six hundred sixty two volunteers (1615 females and 1047 males) with a mean age of 34.15 14.23 (range; 18 to 96) years were asked to answer the predetermined questionnaire between January and June, 2016. Hallux valgus, hammertoe and bunionette images were provided as references and every adult participant without any known forefoot problems or past forefoot surgery history was asked to rate his/her foot and to respond . . . the questions about family history and shoe wearing habits. Responses were statistically analyzed.Results: The prevalence estimations of hallux valgus, bunionette and hammertoe were calculated as 54.3%, 13.8% and 8.9% and positive family history rates were 53.2%, 61.2% and 56.1%, respectively. All three deformities were more common in females than in males (p 0.001). Nonetheless the older age group reported significantly higher prevalence rates for only HV (p 0.001). Likewise, among the three deformities, females reported a higher rate of positive family history only in HV compared to men (p 0.001). Constricting shoe wear was found to affect HV incidence in women (p 0.001) and bun-ionette incidence in both sexes (p 0.01) Daha fazlası Daha az

Subacromial space volume in patients with rotator cuff tear: The effect of surgical repair

Pepe, M. | Kocadal, O. | Gunes, Z. | Calisal, E. | Aksahin, E. | Aktekin, C.N.

Article | 2018 | Acta Orthopaedica et Traumatologica Turcica52 ( 6 ) , pp.419 - 422

Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of the rotator cuff tear repair on subacromial space volume. Methods: We retrospectively identified 21 eligible patients (5 males and 16 females; mean age: 56.4 (range; 46–71) years) who had shoulder arthroscopy for unilateral full-thickness small to medium rotator cuff tear and normal controlateral shoulder joint. The mean follow-up time was 16.1 (range; 12–25) months. Preoperative and postoperative 1 year bilateral shoulder MRIs and Constant scores were reviewed. Subacromial volume was calculated by using Osirix software. Pre-, postoperative and healthy side (contralatera . . .l control group) subacromial volumes were recorded. Paired sample and t-tests were used to compare the pre- and postoperative groups. Independent sample t-tests were used to compare the healthy and pre- and postoperative groups. The correlation between the changes in the subacromial volume and the shoulder Constant score were analyzed using Pearson correlation analyses. Results: The mean subacromial volume of the preoperative group was 2.95 cm3 (range; 1.53–4.23) and the postoperative group was 3.59 cm3 (range; 2.12–4.84). The volume increase was statistically significant (p < 0.05). The mean subacromial volume of the control group was 3.93 cm3 (range; 2.77–5.03), and the difference between the preoperative group and the control group was statistically significant. There was no significant difference found between the postoperative group and the control group (p = 0.156). There was no significant correlation found between the volume and the constant score changes (r = 0.170, p = 0.515). Conclusion: The subacromial space volume significantly decreases in full-thickness rotator cuff tears smaller than 3 cm and the surgical repair increases the subacromial volume significantly. Level of evidence: Level IV; Diagnostic Study. © 2018 Turkish Association of Orthopaedics and Traumatolog Daha fazlası Daha az

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