Reconstruction with callus distraction for nonunion
with bone loss and leg shortening caused by suppurative osteomyelitis of the femur.
In this case, the Court unanimously allowed unions to charge fair share fees to nonunion
workers to pay for the cost of the collective bargaining the union provides to all workers in the bargaining unit, both members and nonmembers.
There are two different patterns of scaphoid nonunion
displacement: volar and dorsal.
radiobacter infection in a non-immunocopromised patients and the first with infected nonunion
. Treatment of the nonunion
site with debridement, stable bone fixation, bone grafting, targeted, combined antibiotic therapy, and close monitoring of the patient are crucial for a successful treatment.
A systematic review including over 3000 patients showed a significant difference in the rate of delayed union and nonunion
between autograft (2.6%) and allograft (4.5%).
result in decreased mental and physical health, along with debilitating impacts on activities of daily living ; therefore when treating hip fracture patients, it is imperative to monitor for adequate healing postoperatively and begin an appropriate nonunion
evaluation for those patients who meet the previously quoted definitions.
Follow-up radiographs revealed a nonunion
at the fracture site with displacement of the fragments [Figure 2]a.
We reviewed the medical records and radiographs of all patients with nonunion
of the femur who had been treated with rhBMP-2 and internal fixation using a locking plate at the Pediatric Orthopaedic Department of Children's Hospital Hamburg-Altona, Hamburg, Germany (Table 1).
As shown in table 1, nonunion
were found in 19 (12.66%) out of 150 patients.
employees at the top of their pay scales have only had one cost-of-living increase, of 1.5 percent, since 2009.
-- In the U.S., employed Americans who report being members of labor unions are significantly less likely than nonunion
employees to say they are "completely satisfied" with six of 13 job aspects.