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Neisseria meningitidis as a Cause of Septic Arthritis: An Unusual Case of Periprosthetic Joint Infection.

A Mc Carthy, J M Broderick, A P Molloy,

One of the most feared complications after arthroplasty is infection due to its significant impact on patient morbidity. Infection may transfer to the joint at the time of surgery or be seeded, haematologically, to the prosthetic joint from another infection source. In this case, a 72-year-old female presented with symptoms ... Read more >>

Case Rep Infect Dis (Case reports in infectious diseases)
[2020, 2020:8431019]

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Fixation of ankle fractures - a major trauma centre's experience in improving quality.

S Whitehouse, L W Mason, L Jayatilaka, A P Molloy,

BACKGROUND:Ankle fracture malreduction has been shown to result in poor long-term functional outcomes. Varying methods can be used to change practice and thereby outcomes. We present over four years' worth of results with the effects of different techniques for change. METHODS:Two audit cycles were performed incorporating three audit data collections; ... Read more >>

Ann R Coll Surg Engl (Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England)
[2019, 101(6):387-390]

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A practical 'safe zone' technique for lag screw fixation of the fibula.

A R Kaye, W Marlow, G Williams, A P Molloy, L W Mason,

Introduction During ankle fracture fixation, iatrogenic trauma to retro fibula structures can result in morbidity and reoperation. We describe a safe zone for lag screw insertion. Materials and methods This study was completed in three sections. We identified the average entry and exit points for the lag screw using 45 ... Read more >>

Ann R Coll Surg Engl (Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England)
[2018, 100(5):409-412]

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The anatomical footprint of the Achilles tendon: a cadaveric study.

M S Ballal, C R Walker, A P Molloy,

We dissected 12 fresh-frozen leg specimens to identify the insertional footprint of each fascicle of the Achilles tendon on the calcaneum in relation to their corresponding muscles. A further ten embalmed specimens were examined to confirm an observation on the retrocalcaneal bursa. The superficial part of the insertion of the ... Read more >>

Bone Joint J (The bone & joint journal)
[2014, 96-B(10):1344-1348]

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Flexor digitorum accessorius causing tarsal tunnel syndrome in a paediatric patient: A case report and review of the literature.

A P Molloy, R Lyons, D Bergin, S R Kearns,

The flexor digitorium accessorius muscle is an unusual anatomical variant found in the posteromedial aspect of the hindfoot and ankle. As previously described, its location predisposes patients to developing tarsal tunnel syndrome. This case illustrates the diagnosis, treatment and resolution of tarsal tunnel syndrome in a paediatric patient, secondary to ... Read more >>

Foot Ankle Surg (Foot and ankle surgery : official journal of the European Society of Foot and Ankle Surgeons)
[2015, 21(2):e48-50]

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The use of circular external fixators in the management of lower limb trauma in Dublin: a single surgeon's 20-year experience.

B J O'Neill, C M Fox, A P Molloy, S O'hEireamhoin, D P Moore,

It has been estimated that approximately 520,000 injury presentations are made to Irish accident and emergency departments each year. Fractures account for 20 % of these injuries. Circular external fixators (frames) have been shown to be a safe and effective method of treatment for long bone fractures where internal fixation ... Read more >>

Ir J Med Sci (Irish journal of medical science)
[2016, 185(1):133-138]

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Revision arthroplasty in the haemophiliac patient.

A P Molloy, B J O'Neill, L Molloy, B White, H Smyth, T Mc Carthy,

Arthroplasty in the haemophiliac patient is associated with higher rates of infection and is traditionally performed in a younger age group. Despite this there is little evidence in the literature regarding revision arthroplasty in this cohort of patients. We describe the case of a periprosthetic fracture in a haemophiliac patient ... Read more >>

Case Rep Orthop (Case reports in orthopedics)
[2013, 2013:348080]

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Extra-abdominal desmoid tumours: a review of the literature.

A P Molloy, B Hutchinson, G C O'Toole,

Extra-abdominal desmoid lesions, otherwise known as aggressive fibromatosis, are slow-growing benign lesions which may be encountered in clinical practice. Recent controversies exist regarding their optimal treatment. Given their benign nature, is major debulking surgery justified, or is it worth administering chemotherapy for a disease process which unusually defies common teaching ... Read more >>

Sarcoma (Sarcoma)
[2012, 2012:578052]

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Long-term outcome of the 'Beefburger' procedure in patients unsuitable for two-stage revision following infected total knee replacement.

S J Scott, M S Hennessey, R W Parkinson, A P Molloy,

A 5-year review of a group of 13 patients with infected total knee replacements deemed unsuitable for two-stage revision is presented. The 'Beefburger' procedure was initially performed in all the patients as a 'definitive' procedure. Eight patients had no further procedure performed, three patients were deemed suitable for a subsequent ... Read more >>

Knee (The Knee)
[2001, 8(4):281-286]

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