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Muheremu A.,Tsinghua University | Sun Y.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital
Medical Hypotheses | Year: 2016

Patients with cervical spondylosis often present with some atypical symptoms such as vertigo, headache, palpitation, nausea, abdominal discomfort, tinnitus and blurred vision and hypomnesia. Although there are a few hypotheses about the etiology of those symptoms, none of them have provided evidence convincing enough to explain the clinical, pathological and anatomic manifestation of those symptoms. One of the more acceptable explanations is that those symptoms are the results of stimulation of the sympathetic nerves in the posterior longitudinal ligament. The clinical fact that dissection of the posterior longitudinal ligament significantly alleviates the severity of those symptoms seems like an evidence for the validity of this hypothesis. However, recent clinical studies showed that laminoplasty, which has no effect on the posterior longitudinal ligament, can achieve the similar effect. In this paper, we hypothesize that stimulation of the dura mater and spinal cord might be the cause of atypical symptoms in patients with cervical spondylosis. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd.


Sun Y.Q.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Samartzis D.,University of Hong Kong | Cheung K.M.C.,University of Hong Kong | Wong Y.W.,University of Hong Kong | Luk K.D.K.,University of Hong Kong
European Spine Journal | Year: 2011

The correction rate (CR) and fulcrum bending correction index (FBCI) based on the fulcrum bending radiograph (FBR) were parameters introduced to measure the curve correcting ability; however, such parameters do not account for contributions by various, potential extraneous "X-Factors" (e.g. surgical technique, type and power of the instrumentation, anesthetic technique, etc.) involved in curve correction. As such, the purpose of the following study was to propose the concept of the "X-Factor Index" (XFI) as a new parameter for the assessment of the correcting ability of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS). A historical cohort radiographic analysis of the FBR in the setting of hook systems in AIS patients (Luk et al. in Spine 23:2303-2307, 1998) was performed to illustrate the concept of XFI. Thirty-five patients with AIS of the thoracic spine undergoing surgical correction were involved in the analysis. Plain posteroanterior (PA) plain radiographs were utilized and Cobb angles were obtained for each patient. Pre- and postoperative PA angles on standing radiograph and preoperative fulcrum bending angles were obtained for each patient. The fulcrum flexibility, curve CR, and FBCI were determined for all patients. The difference between the preoperative fulcrum bending angle and postoperative PA angle was defined as AngleXF, which accounted for the correction contributed by "X-Factors". The XFI, designed to measure the curve correcting ability, was calculated by dividing Angle XF by the fulcrum flexibility. The XFI was compared with the curve CR and FBCI by re-evaluating the original data in the original paper (Luk et al. in Spine 23:2303-2307, 1998). The mean standing PA and FBR alignments of the main thoracic curve were 58.3° and 24.5°, respectively. The mean fulcrum flexibility was 58.8%. The mean postoperative standing PA alignment was 24.7°. The mean curve CR was 58.0% and the mean FBCI was 101.1%. The mean XFI was noted as 1.03%. The CR was significantly positively correlated to curve flexibility (r = 0.66; p < 0.01).The FBCI (r = -0.47; p = 0.005) and the XFI (r = -0.45; p = 0.007) were significantly negatively correlated to curve flexibility. The CR was not correlated to AngleXF (r = 0.29; p = 0.089).The FBCI (r = 0.97; p < 0.01) and the XFI (r = 0.961; p < 0.01) were significantly positively correlated to AngleXF. Variation in XFI was noted in some cases originally presenting with same FBCI values. The XFI attempts to quantify the curve correcting ability as contributed by "X-Factors" in the treatment of thoracic AIS. This index may be a valued added parameter to accompany the FBCI for comparing curve correction ability among different series of patients, instrumentation, and surgeons. It is recommended that the XFI should be used to document curve correction, compare between different techniques, and used to improve curve correction for the patient. © 2010 Springer-Verlag.


Nie J.-J.,Beijing University of Chemical Technology | Dou X.-B.,Beijing University of Chemical Technology | Hu H.,Beijing University of Chemical Technology | Yu B.,Beijing University of Chemical Technology | And 3 more authors.
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces | Year: 2015

Due to its good properties such as low cytotoxicity, degradability, and biocompatibility, poly(aspartic acid) (PAsp) is a good candidate for the development of new drug delivery systems. In this work, a series of new PAsp-based degradable supramolecular assemblies were prepared for effective gene therapy via the host-guest interactions between the cyclodextrin (CD)-cored PAsp-based polycations and the pendant benzene group-containing PAsp backbones. Such supramolecular assemblies exhibited good degradability, enhanced pDNA condensation ability, and low cytotoxicity. More importantly, the gene transfection efficiencies of supramolecular assemblies were much higher than those of CD-cored PAsp-based counterparts at various N/P ratios. In addition, the effective antitumor ability of assemblies was demonstrated with a suicide gene therapy system. The present study would provide a new means to produce degradable supramolecular drug delivery systems. © 2014 American Chemical Society.


Zhu Y.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Lu Y.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Shen J.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Zhang J.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Jiang C.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - Series A | Year: 2011

Background: Locking intramedullary nails and locking plates specially designed for proximal humeral fractures are widely used. The purpose of our study was to compare the outcomes between these two types of implants in patients with a two-part surgical neck fracture. The advantages and shortcomings of each method were analyzed. Methods: A prospective randomized study was performed. Fifty-one consecutive patients with a fresh two-part surgical neck fracture were randomized to be treated with a locking intramedullary nail (n = 25) or a locking plate (n = 26). Clinical and radiographic assessments were conducted at one year and three years after the surgery. A visual analog scale (VAS) was used to assess shoulder pain. The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) scores and Constant-Murley scores were recorded to evaluate shoulder function. Results: Fracture union was achieved in all patients within three months after the surgery. At one year postoperatively, a significant difference (p = 0.024) was found with regard to the complication rate between the locking plate group (31%) and the locking nail group (4%). The average ASES score, median VAS score, and average strength of the supraspinatus were significantly better in the locking plate group (90.8 compared with 83.6 points [p = 0.021], 1.0 compared with 0.5 point [p = 0.042], and 77.4% compared with 64.3% [p = 0.032]). At three years postoperatively, no significant difference could be found in terms of any parameter between the two groups. Significant improvement in the VAS pain scores, ASES scores, and Constant-Murley scores were found between the one-year and three-year follow-up examinations in each group. Conclusions: Satisfactory results can be achieved with either implant in the treatment of two-part proximal humeral surgical neck fractures. There was no difference regarding the ASES scores between these two implants at the time of the final, three-year follow-up. The complication rate was lower in the locking intramedullary nail group, while fixation with a locking plate had the advantage of a better one-year outcome. Level of Evidence: Therapeutic Level I. See Instructions to Authors for a complete description of levels of evidence. Copyright © 2011 by The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Incorporated.


Muheremu A.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Niu X.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital
World Journal of Surgical Oncology | Year: 2014

Giant cell tumor of bone (GCTB) accounts for 5% of primary skeletal tumors. Although it is considered to be a benign lesion, there are still incidences of pulmonary metastasis. Pulmonary metastasis of GCTB may be affected by tumor grading and localization as well as the age, gender and overall health status of the patient. Patients with local recurrence are more likely to develop pulmonary metastasis of GCTB. High expression of some genes, cytokines and chemokines may also be closely related to the metastatic potential and prognosis of GCTB. The treatment of the primary GCTB is key to the final outcome of the disease, as intralesional curettage has a significantly higher local recurrence and pulmonary metastasis rate than wide resection. However, even patients with pulmonary metastasis seem to have a good prognosis after timely and appropriate surgical resection. It is hoped that with the development of novel surgical methods and drugs, pulmonary metastasis of GCTB can be prevented and treated more effectively. © 2014 Muheremu and Niu; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.


Zhu Y.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Lu Y.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Wang M.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Jiang C.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital
Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery | Year: 2010

Background: Various treatment options are available for displaced proximal humeral fractures. This study monitored a series of patients treated with a locking proximal humeral nail (PHN). Hypothesis: Fixation with a PHN can be an effective method when treating patients with two part surgical neck fractures of proximal humerus. Materials and methods: PHNs were used to surgically repair humeral neck fractures in 22 patients. Factors affecting the final function were analyzed by multiple linear regression. Results: Mean patient age at the time of surgery was 56.9 years. The mean follow-up was 25.4 months, and all fractures united within 8 weeks. The average active forward flexion was 147.3°, the average external rotation was 44.1°, and the average internal rotation was T10. All patients were satisfied with their results. Two factors associated with patient American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon scores were patient age and the strength of the supraspinatus. Discussion: Details in patients choosing and surgical management were discussed. Conclusion: Closed reduction and internal fixation with a PHN can be an effective method for the treatment of 2-part surgical neck fractures. © 2010 Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Board of Trustees.


Li F.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Jiang C.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital
International Orthopaedics | Year: 2013

Purpose: Shoulder arthroplasty is one of the options for the treatment of complex proximal humeral fractures. The purpose of this study was to assess the clinical and radiographic results of the trabecular metal shoulder prosthesis in the treatment of complex proximal humeral fractures. Methods: Fifty-one consecutive patients with complex proximal humeral fractures who underwent primary shoulder arthroplasties with the trabecular metal™ prosthesis were enrolled in this study. At the final follow-up appointment, 42 of the patients (82.4 % of the total patients enrolled) were available for both clinical and radiographic evaluation. There were 28 women and 14 men with a mean age of 65.4 ± 10.7 years. The dominant arm was involved in 30 of the cases. According to Neer's classification, there were seven three-part fractures, 27 four-part fractures and eight head-splitting fractures. Additionally, there were 37 hemiarthroplasties and five total shoulder arthroplasties. Results: After a mean follow-up of 37.0 ± 8.4 months (range 24-52 months), the average ranges of motion were: 38.6 ± 15.0 for external rotation, L3 level for internal rotation and 132.3 ± 36.0 for forward elevation. The mean American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, visual analogue scale and University of California, Los Angeles scores were 82.1 ± 14.1, 0.4 ± 1.1 and 28.8 ± 5.1, respectively. The post-operative radiographs exhibited an anatomically attached greater tuberosity in 39 of the 42 shoulders. Of the three patients with greater tuberosity complications, as displayed by their radiographs, two were observed with malpositioned tuberosities, while the other greater tuberosity was resorbed. Proximal migration of the prosthesis was observed in all three shoulders with greater tuberosity complications and in two shoulders with an anatomically attached greater tuberosity. No neurovascular injury, infection or prosthetic loosening was identified during the final follow-up appointments. Conclusions: Satisfactory results can be expected with the trabecular metal shoulder prosthesis for the treatment of complex proximal humeral fractures. The post-operative radiographs demonstrated an anatomically healed greater tuberosity in 93 % of the patients at a minimum follow-up time of two years. © 2013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.


Li S.L.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Lu Y.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Wang M.Y.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital
Bone and Joint Journal | Year: 2015

This study compares the outcomes of two methods of fixation of displaced fractures of the radial neck. The 58 patients with a mean age of 38.5 years (18 to 56), were treated in a non randomised study with screws (n = 29) or a plate and screws (n = 29) according to the surgeon's preference. The patients were reviewed at one year. Radiographs and functional evaluations were carried out up to one year post-operatively, using the Broberg and Morrey functional evaluation score, range of movement, and assessment of complications. The mean functional scores did not differ significantly between groups (90 (55 to 100) vs 84; 50 to 100, p = 0.09), but the mean range of forearm rotation in screw group was significantly better than in the plate group (152°; 110° to 170° vs 134°; 80° to 170°, p = 0.001). Although not statistically significant, the screw group had a lower incidence of heterotopic ossification than the plate group (n = 1) than the plated group (n = 3) and the pathology was graded as less severe. ©2015 The British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery.


Zhu Y.-M.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Lu Y.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Zhang J.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Shen J.-W.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Jiang C.-Y.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital
American Journal of Sports Medicine | Year: 2011

Background: Engaging Hill-Sachs lesions are known to be a risk factor for recurrence dislocation after arthroscopic repair in patients with anterior shoulder instability. For a large engaging Hill-Sachs lesion, arthroscopic remplissage is a solution. Hypothesis: Arthroscopic Bankart repair combined with the Hill-Sachs remplissage technique can achieve good results without significant impairment of shoulder function. Study Design: Case Series; Level of evidence, 4. Methods: Forty-nine consecutive patients who underwent arthroscopic Bankart repair and Hill-Sachs remplissage for anterior shoulder instability were followed up for a mean duration of 29.0 months (range, 24-35 months). There were 42 males and 7 females with a mean age of 28.4 years (range, 16.7-54.7 years). All patients had diagnosed traumatic unidirectional anterior shoulder instability with a bony lesion of glenoid and an engaging Hill-Sachs lesion. Physical examination, radiographs, and magnetic resonance imaging were performed during postoperative follow-up. The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) score, Constant score, and Rowe score were used to evaluate shoulder function. Results: The active forward elevation increased a mean of 8.0° (range,-10° to 80°) postoperatively. However, the patients lost 1.9° (range,-40° to 30°) of external rotation to the side. Significant improvement was detected with regard to the ASES score (84.7 vs 96.0, P<.001), Constant score (93.3 vs 97.8, P = .005), and Rowe score (36.8 vs 89.8, P<.001).There were 1 redislocation, 2 subluxations, and 1 patient with a positive apprehension test; the overall failure rate was 8.2% (4 of 49). Successful healing of the infraspinatus tendon within the Hill-Sachs lesion was shown by magnetic resonance imaging. Conclusion: Arthroscopic Bankart repair combined with Hill-Sachs remplissage can restore shoulder stability without significant impairment of shoulder function in patients with engaging Hill-Sachs lesions. © 2011 The Author(s).


Xu H.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital | Niu X.,Beijing Ji Shui Tan Hospital
Chinese Journal of Oncology | Year: 2014

Objective: The aim of the present study was to investigate the outcome of surgical management in patients with giant cell tumor (GCT) of extremity long hone and the risk factors for recurrence. Methods: Clinicopathological data of 145 patients with giant cell tumor of long bone treated in our hospital from 2002 to 2008 were retrospectively reviewed. There were 79 male and 66 female patients. The mean age at first diagnosis was 29 (11-66) years. There were 45 GCTs localized in the distal femur, followed by 36 in the proximal tibia, 22 in the proximal femur, 19 in the distal radius, 8 in the proximal fibula, 8 in the proximal humerus, 4 in the distal tibia and one in the distal fibula, distal humerus and proximal radius, for each. Surgical treatment included extensive curettage in 81 cases and resection in 64 cases. The possible risk factors for recurrence included age, gender, tumor location, Campanacci grading, pathologic fracture and types of surgery. The patients were followed up with a mean duration of 50 months ranging from 36 to 104 months. The correlation of age, gender, tumor location, Campanacci grading, pathologic fracture and types of surgery with the risk for recurrence was analyzed. Results: The overall local recurrence rate was 4. 8% (7/145) and the mean duration for recurrence was 20 months ranging from 4 to 52 months. The local recurrence rate was 7.4% (6/81) in the extensive curettage group and 1.6% (1/64) in the resection group (P = 0. 134). The difference was not statistically significant. Age, gender, tumor location, Campanacci grading, pathologic fracture and types of surgery were not risk factors for recurrence. Conclusions: The results of the present study suggest that clinical and imaging features and types of surgery are not affecting factors for recurrence of giant cell tumor of long bone. Extensive curettage provides similar favorable local control of the tumor as resection. We would recommend extensive curettage while resection should be done following indications.

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