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The Bone & Joint Journal
Vol. 95-B, Issue 9 | Pages 1158 - 1164
1 Sep 2013
Ahmad Z Siddiqui N Malik SS Abdus-Samee M Tytherleigh-Strong G Rushton N

Lateral epicondylitis, or ’tennis elbow’, is a common condition that usually affects patients between 35 and 55 years of age. It is generally self-limiting, but in some patients it may continue to cause persistent symptoms, which can be refractory to treatment. This review discusses the mechanism of disease, symptoms and signs, investigations, current management protocols and potential new treatments.

Cite this article: Bone Joint J 2013;95-B:1158–64.

Bone & Joint 360
Vol. 2, Issue 4 | Pages 35 - 35
1 Aug 2013
Tytherleigh-Strong G

The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery British Volume
Vol. 89-B, Issue 1 | Pages 143 - 143
1 Jan 2007
Tytherleigh-Strong G

The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery British Volume
Vol. 88-B, Issue 7 | Pages 860 - 864
1 Jul 2006
McCullough CJ Remedios D Tytherleigh-Strong G Hua J Walker PS

Between June 1991 and January 1995, 42 hydroxyapatite-coated CAD-CAM femoral components were inserted in 25 patients with inflammatory polyarthropathy, 21 of whom had juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Their mean age was 21 years (11 to 35). All the patients were reviewed clinically and radiologically at one, three and five years. At the final review at a mean of 11.2 years (8 to 13) 37 hips in 23 patients were available for assessment.

A total of four femoral components (9.5%) had failed, of which two were radiologically loose and two were revised. The four failed components were in patients aged 16 years or less at the time of surgery. Hydroxyapatite-coated customised femoral components give excellent medium- to long-term results in skeletally-mature young adults with inflammatory polyarthropathy. Patients aged less than 16 years at the time of surgery have a risk of 28.5% of failure of the femoral component at approximately ten years.

The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery British Volume
Vol. 83-B, Issue 4 | Pages 619 - 621
1 May 2001

The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery British Volume
Vol. 80-B, Issue 2 | Pages 249 - 253
1 Mar 1998
Tytherleigh-Strong G Walls N McQueen MM

We have analysed 249 consecutive fractures of the humeral shaft treated over a three-year period. The fractures were defined by their AO morphology, position, the age and gender of the patient and the mechanism of injury. Open fractures were classified using the Gustilo system and soft-tissue injury, and closed fractures using the Tscherne system.

The fractures were classified as AO type A in 63.3%, type B in 26.2% and type C in 10.4%. Most (60%) occurred in the middle third of the diaphysis with 30% in the proximal and 10% in the distal third. The severity of the fracture and soft-tissue injury was greater with increasing injury severity. Less than 10% of the fractures were open. There was a bimodal age distribution with a peak in the third decade as a result of moderate to severe injury in men and a larger peak in the seventh decade after a simple fall in women.