Periprosthetic fractures of the proximal femur are a serious problem in hip arthroplasty. The reported incidence is 3.5% 20 years after initial implantation and increases with the incidence of joint replacements. Intraoperative fractures are often associated with uncemented stems. More commonly, fra
The meniscus is a meniscus-shaped fibrocartilage with a triangular cross-section located between the tibial condyle and the plateau, which significantly improves femoro-tibial joint consistency and plays an important role in knee joint dynamics.The meniscus is a meniscus-shaped fibrocartilage with a
Fractures of the distal radius are among the most common fractures in the elderly. People between the ages of 50 and 75 are currently defined as the elderly. The incidence of distal radius fractures increases year by year as the range of motion in older adults increases.