Abdallah Allam

Abdallah Allam

Tanta University

H-index: 7

Africa-Egypt

About Abdallah Allam

Abdallah Allam, With an exceptional h-index of 7 and a recent h-index of 7 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Tanta University, specializes in the field of Physical Medicine, Rheumatology and Rehabilitation.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Expert Opinion on Ultrasound-Guided Interventions for the Management of Peripheral Nerve Injuries: A Practical Algorithm

Ultrasound-guided interventions for carpal tunnel syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analyses

Relationships between Serum Interleukin-6, Radiographic Severity and WOMAC Index in Patients with Primary Knee Osteoarthritis

Radial extracorporeal shock wave therapy as an additional treatment modality for spastic equinus deformity in chronic hemiplegic patients. A randomized controlled study

Post-traumatic radial nerve neuroma: A case report

Current Approaches to Four Challenging Pain Syndromes

Superficial Peroneal Nerve Block

Inflammatory back pain

Abdallah Allam Information

University

Tanta University

Position

Department of Physical MedicineRheumatology and Rehabilitation.Faculty of Medicine.

Citations(all)

241

Citations(since 2020)

238

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71

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7

hIndex(since 2020)

7

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6

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6

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Tanta University

Abdallah Allam Skills & Research Interests

Physical Medicine

Rheumatology and Rehabilitation

Top articles of Abdallah Allam

Expert Opinion on Ultrasound-Guided Interventions for the Management of Peripheral Nerve Injuries: A Practical Algorithm

Authors

Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,Ahmed Bashawyah,Gurmeet Singh,L Gurdial Singh,Faisal Hilal,Tolga Ergonenc,Ahmed Amine El Oumri,Ghazwan Saad Zaidan,Felice Galluccio

Published Date

2024/1/12

Peripheral nerve injuries are pretty ordinary events after accidental or iatrogenic trauma, and depending on their severity can lead to a variable grade of motor and sensory deficit and neuropathic pain. Until now, the electrophysiological study and electromyography were the method of evaluation. Currently, neuromuscular ultrasound is used as a complementary technique to help us in the diagnostic and staging process and favor the treatment of the affected nerves. We present a practical algorithm on ultrasound-guided interventions for managing this pathology.

Ultrasound-guided interventions for carpal tunnel syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analyses

Authors

King Hei Stanley Lam,Yung-Tsan Wu,Kenneth Dean Reeves,Felice Galluccio,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,Philip WH Peng

Published Date

2023/3/16

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the most common peripheral entrapment, and recently, ultrasound-guided perineural injection (UPIT) and percutaneous flexor retinaculum release (UPCTR) have been utilized to treat CTS. However, no systematic review or meta-analysis has included both intervention types of ultrasound-guided interventions for CTS. Therefore, we performed this review using four databases (i.e., PubMed, EMBASE, Scopus, and Cochrane) to evaluate the quality of evidence, effectiveness, and safety of the published studies on ultrasound-guided interventions in CTS. Among sixty studies selected for systemic review, 20 randomized treatment comparison or controlled studies were included in six meta-analyses. Steroid UPIT with ultrasound guidance outperformed that with landmark guidance. UPIT with higher-dose steroids outperformed that with lower-dose steroids. UPIT with 5% dextrose in water (D5W) outperformed control injection and hydrodissection with high-volume D5W was superior to that with low-volume D5W. UPIT with platelet-rich plasma outperformed various control treatments. UPCTR outperformed open surgery in terms of symptom improvement but not functional improvement. No serious adverse events were reported in the studies reviewed. The findings suggest that both UPIT and UPCTR may provide clinically important benefits and appear safe. Further treatment comparison studies are required to determine comparative therapeutic efficacy.

Relationships between Serum Interleukin-6, Radiographic Severity and WOMAC Index in Patients with Primary Knee Osteoarthritis

Authors

Shereen Elwan,Faisal Mohammed Hilal,Ahmed Bashawyah,Antonella Paladini,Nema Soliman,Martina Rekatsina,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,Yu-Ting Tai,Jui-An Lin,Giustino Varrassi,Riham Ahmed

Published Date

2023/1/18

Background Osteoarthritis is the most common degenerative joint disease resulting in pain and altered joint function. Objective We investigated the possible association between serum interleukin-6 and symptoms of knee osteoarthritis with regard to pain, stiffness, physical function, assessed by the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index (WOMAC). We also examined the connections between serum interleukin-6 and radiographic severity in primary knee osteoarthritis patients. Methods In this case-control study, fifty primary knee osteoarthritis patients and fifty age and sex matched controls were randomly recruited. Serum interleukin-6 levels were immunoassayed in patients’ and controls’ serum. Patients’ knee pain, stiffness and physical function were assessed by the respective subscales of the WOMAC Index. Standing anteroposterior radiographs of the knee joint were performed and graded with the Kellegren-Lawrence grade. Results The mean serum IL-6 level was significantly higher in osteoarthritis patients (110.22±46.98 pg/ml) than controls (46.04±12.34 pg/ml)(p= 0.001). The WOMAC Index in patients ranged from 0–95 and the Kellegren-Lawrence score mean was 2.7±0.76. There was a significant correlation between serum IL-6 levels and pain (r= 0.595 p= 0.001), physical function score (r= 0.666, p= 0.001)), and the radiographic score (r= 0.799, p= 0.001). Regression analysis showed that IL-6 level had a greater impact on both the WOMAC Index (p= 0.005) and the Kellegren-Lawrence score (p= 0.01). Conclusion Serum IL-6 level is increased in primary knee osteoarthritis patients. Also, serum interlukin-6 is …

Radial extracorporeal shock wave therapy as an additional treatment modality for spastic equinus deformity in chronic hemiplegic patients. A randomized controlled study

Authors

Doaa Waseem Nada,Amira Mohamed El Sharkawy,Elham Mahmoud Elbarky,El Sayed Mohamed Rageh,Abdallah El Sayed Allam

Journal

Disability and Rehabilitation

Published Date

2023/11/3

PurposeTo evaluate the effectiveness of radial extracorporeal shock wave therapy (r ESWT) as an additional treatment modality for spastic equinus deformity in chronic hemiplegic patients.Methods100 eligible stroke patients with calf muscles spasticity were randomized into 2 groups. Group I: 50 patients exposed to rESWT 1.500 pulses, 0.10 mJ to 0.3mJ/mm2, with a frequency 4 Hz once weekly for one month. Group II: 50 patients exposed to Sham rESWT once weekly for one month. Clinical, electrophysiological & musculoskeletal ultrasound assessments were done for all patients.ResultsAfter controlling baseline as covariate, the trend for modified Ashworth scale (MAS), Passive ankle dorsiflexion motion (PADFM), 10 meters walk test (10-MWT), and Ratio of maximum H reflex to maximum M response (H/M ratio) after one & two months was significantly different between the two groups, with improvement of all …

Post-traumatic radial nerve neuroma: A case report

Authors

Abdelilah Rhoul,Mohammed Boubcher,Mohammed Gartit,Mohammed Noumairi,Houssam Mahla,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,Ahmed Amine El Oumri

Journal

Trauma Case Reports

Published Date

2023/10/1

IntroductionRadial nerve neuromas (RNNs) are mostly post-traumatic conditions that occur after a complete or partial section of a nerve. Here we report a case of post-traumatic RNN with good functional progression after intense physical rehabilitation.Case presentationA 49 years old patient with a post-complete section of the radial nerve underwent intensive physical rehabilitation with two sessions of ultrasound-guided injections of 10 % glucose saline around the neuroma. 12 months later, the patient improved his wrist and hand finger extension functions.ConclusionSeveral surgical and non-surgical therapies have been proposed for the treatment of neuromas. However, no consensus currently exists, and management is frequently adapted to each patient.

Current Approaches to Four Challenging Pain Syndromes

Authors

Eleni Moka,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,Martina Rekatsina,Lynda Abed,Antonella Paladini,Abdullah AlKharabsheh,Athina Vadalouca,Giustino Varrassi

Published Date

2023/9/19

During a conference of pain specialists, some of the experts addressed the potential management of four prevalent but difficult painful conditions, namely, chronic postsurgical pain (CPSP), knee osteoarthritis, chest trauma, and facet joint arthropathy. In all cases, the conditions posed challenges in accurate diagnoses as well as safe, effective treatments, especially using locoregional blocks. It is not clear why some surgical patients develop CPSP and others do not, although some risk factors have been identified. More importantly, the transitional phase of pain from acute to chronic deserves greater scrutiny. It appears as if more aggressive and more effective perioperative and postoperative analgesia could help mitigate or possibly prevent CPSP. Knee osteoarthritis is prevalent but is often managed pharmacologically and then with joint replacement; many patients simply live with the condition which can be viewed as a disease of the entire joint. New approaches with intra-articular injections of hyaluronic acid, platelet-rich plasma, and botulinum toxin may provide safe, effective, and durable pain control. Chest trauma can be extremely painful and a source of morbidity, but its management tends to rely on watchful waiting and drug therapy. New approaches to regional nerve blocks can be beneficial and may reduce troublesome symptoms such as the inability to cough or clear the lungs. Facet joint arthropathy is very prevalent among older people but is not completely clarified. It may be the source of intense pain with limited management strategies. The role of nerve blocks in facet joint arthropathy is an important new addition to the …

Superficial Peroneal Nerve Block

Authors

Abdallah E Allam,Eman R Mansour

Published Date

2023/5/23

Objectives:Describe the anatomy and anatomic variations of the superficial peroneal nerve.Outline a practical approach to diagnose the entrapment of the superficial peroneal nerve and ability to differentiate it from other causes of anterolateral leg pain.

Inflammatory back pain

Authors

William Lassiter,Abdallah E Allam

Published Date

2022/9/5

Objectives:Identify the common etiologies of inflammatory back pain and associated critical situations.Outline the appropriate workup (history, physical exam) for inflammatory back pain.Summarize the management options available for inflammatory back pain.Outline the importance of collaboration and coordination among the interprofessional team in the management of inflammatory back pain.

Screw Impingement Causing Massive Swelling of the Sciatic Nerve: A Case Report

Authors

Abdelilah Rhoul,Mohammed Gartit,Mohamed Noumairi,Siham Elmir,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,Adnane Lachkar,Najib Abdeljaouad,Hicham Yacoubi,Ahmed Amine EL Oumri

Journal

Cureus

Published Date

2022/11/3

Sciatic nerve (SN) injuries after hip fracture dislocation are described and are not uncommon. Several factors can lead to SN injury after hip surgery; among other factors, screw plates of synthesis materials can immigrate and lead to nerve impingement.We report a case of a 22-year-old male with a history of posterior wall fracture and hip dislocation after a motorway accident. Ultrasonography showed massive swelling of the SN with a cross-sectional area measured at 1.50 cm2 upstream to screw impingement. The reoperation option was judged too risky by the orthopedic surgeons; currently, the patient is undergoing platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections around the nerve swelling and to the lifter muscles of the foot.

Efficacy of acupuncture, intravenous lidocaine, and diet in the management of patients with fibromyalgia: a systematic review and network meta-analysis

Authors

Nawaf Masaad Almutairi,Faisal Mohammed Hilal,Ahmed Bashawyah,Fatma Al Dammas,Ece Yamak Altinpulluk,Jin-De Hou,Jui-An Lin,Giustino Varrassi,Ke-Vin Chang,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam

Published Date

2022/6/23

Introduction: This network meta-analysis aimed to assess the efficacy of acupuncture, intravenous lidocaine, and diet compared with other comparators such as physiotherapy and sham/placebo in fibromyalgia patients. Materials and Methods: We searched Embase, PubMed, Scopus, and Web of Science for relevant studies till September 2021. The included studies were randomized controlled clinical trials. For the network meta-analysis, we used the R software. Results: There were 23 included RCTs. The total sample size was 1409 patients. Compared with the sham/placebo group, the network analysis showed the highest improvement in the quality of life in the acupuncture group standardized mean difference (SMD) = −10.28, 95%-CI [−14.96; −5.59]), and then in the physiotherapy group (SMD = −7.48, 95%-CI [−14.72; −0.23]). For the pain, there was a significant reduction with acupuncture (SMD = −1.69, 95%-CI [−2.48; −0.89]), compared with sham/placebo. Regarding depression, it showed a significant reduction with acupuncture (SMD = −9.64, 95%-CI [−16.13; −3.14]) compared with sham/placebo. Finally, for stiffness, it showed no significant differences in the stiffness between acupuncture (SMD = −8.52, 95%-CI [−20.40; 3.36]), fluoxetine (SMD = −6.52, 95%-CI [−29.65; 16.61]), and physiotherapy (SMD = −4.64, 95%-CI [−22.83; 13.54]) compared with sham/placebo. Conclusions: The acupuncture showed a significant effect in the management of fibromyalgia patients. It reduced pain, depression, and enhanced the quality of life. While physiotherapy showed a significant improvement in the quality of life only. In contrast, intravenous …

Ilioinguinal Neuralgia

Authors

Khaled M Elsakka,Joe M Das,Abdallah E Allam

Published Date

2022/10/10

Objectives:Explain when ilioinguinal neuralgia should be included on differential diagnosis.Describe the evaluation of ilioinguinal neuralgia.Summarize the management options for ilioinguinal neuralgia.Review some interprofessional team strategies for improving care coordination and communication to advance the management of ilioinguinal neuralgia and improve outcomes.

Motor-sparing neural ablation with modified techniques for knee pain: case series on knee osteoarthritis and updated review of the underlying anatomy and available techniques

Authors

Tony Kwun-tung Ng,King Hei Stanley Lam,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam

Published Date

2022/5/31

Knee osteoarthritis (KOA) is ubiquitous. However, effective pain managements for patients with grades 3 or 4 KOA for whom conservative treatments are unsuccessful, but for whom surgery is not an option, remain lacking. This case series presented two motor-sparing interventional pain treatment modalities for five such patients. Three of the patients with a mean total WOMAC score of 41 underwent thermal radiofrequency (RF) ablation using a modified motor-sparing approach. One-week and four-week post-RF, the total score dropped to 27 (by 34%) and 19 (dropped 53.7%), respectively. Two other similar patients with a mean total WOMAC score 96 underwent chemical neurolysis using a motor-sparing approach with modified landmarks. The WOMAC score dropped to 58.5 (by 39.1%) and 49 (dropped by 49.0%), one-week and four-week postchemical neurolysis, respectively. A narrative review of the currently available approaches is also provided, with the conclusion that neural ablation using the modified landmarks approach may achieve better pain control and preserve the motor functions for patients with severe KOA for whom conservative treatment was unsuccessful and who are not candidates for surgery.

The Challenge in Dealing with Chronic and Neuropathic Pain

Authors

Tolga Ergönenç,Rehab Mahmoud Salem,Rania Elsaied Elkholy,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam

Published Date

2022/9/22

Chronic and neuropathic pain are both difficult for patients to tolerate and for clinicians to treat effectively. It differs from other types of pain in etiology and impact, which in turn affects the duration and modalities of treatment options. Also, the challenge in management arises from the complex nature of pathophysiology, wide varieties of assessment tools and need for multidisciplinary approach for management.

Efficacy of ultrasound-guided injection of botulinum toxin, ozone, and lidocaine in piriformis syndrome

Authors

Ahmed Gamal Salah Elsawy,Abdulnasir Hussin Ameer,Yasser A Gazar,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,Shun-Ming Chan,Se-Yi Chen,Jin-De Hou,Yu-Ting Tai,Jui-An Lin,Felice Galluccio,Doaa Waseem Nada,Ahmed Esmat

Journal

Healthcare

Published Date

2022/12/28

Background: Piriformis syndrome (PS) is a painful musculoskeletal condition characterized by a deep gluteal pain that may radiate to the posterior thigh and leg. This study was designed to compare the effectiveness of ozone and BTX to lidocaine injection in treating piriformis syndrome that was resistant to medication and/or physical therapy. Study design: Between November 2018 and August 2019, we involved eighty-four subjects diagnosed with piriformis syndrome in a double-blinded, prospective, randomized comparative study to receive an ultrasound-guided injection of lidocaine (control group), botulinum toxin A, or local ozone (28 patients each group) in the belly of the piriformis muscle. Pain condition evaluated by the visual analog score (VAS) was used as a primary outcome, and the Oswestry Disability Index (ODI) as a secondary outcome, before, at one month, two months, three months, and six months following the injection. Results: The majority (58.3%) of patients were male, while (41.7%) were female. At one month, a highly significant decrease occurred in VAS and ODI in the lidocaine and ozone groups compared to the botulinum toxin group (p < 0.001). At six months, there was a highly significant decrease in VAS and ODI in the botulinum toxin group compared to the lidocaine and ozone groups (p < 0.001). Conclusion: Botulinum toxin may assist in the medium- and long-term management of piriformis syndrome, while lidocaine injection and ozone therapy may help short-term treatment in patients not responding to conservative treatment and physiotherapy.

The Emerging Era of Interventional Imaging in Rheumatology: An Overview During the Coronavirus Disease-2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic

Authors

Adham Aboul Fotouh,Mona Hamdy,Fatma Ali,Eman F Mohamed,Abdallah Allam,Waleed A Hassan,Ahmed Elsaman,Amany El-Najjar,Marwa A Amer,Doaa Mosad,Samar Tharwat,Samah A El Bakry,Hanan Saleh,Ahmed Zaghloul,Mostafa Mahmoud,Reem HA Mohammed,Hanan El-Saadany,Hanan M Fathi,Nevin Hammam,Hala A Raafat,Ashraf N Moharram,Tamer A Gheita,Egyptian College of Rheumatology (ECR) Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Study Group

Published Date

2022/4/11

Imaging has long been taking its place in the diagnosis, monitor, and prognosis of rheumatic diseases. It plays a vital role in the appraisal of treatment. Key progress in the clinical practice of rheumatology is the innovation of advanced imaging modalities; such as musculoskeletal ultrasound (MSUS), computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). These modalities introduced a promising noninvasive method for visualizing bone and soft tissues to enable an improved diagnosis. The use of MSUS in rheumatology is considered a landmark in the evolution of the specialty and its ease of use and many applications in rheumatic diseases make it a forerunner instrument in the practice. The use of MSUS among rheumatologists must parallel the development rate of the excellence revealed in the specialty. Moreover, innovative interventional imaging in rheumatology (III-R) is gaining fame and key …

Pathophysiology of Chronic Pain

Authors

Kirellos Said Abbas,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,Felice Galluccio,Ahmed Amine El OUMRI,Abdullah AlKharabsheh,Ammar Salti

Published Date

2022/9/22

In this review we discussed normal physiology of pain; receptors, pathways and transmitters, to compare the normal with abnormal finding in chronic neuropathic pain. We demonstrated the possible new mechanisms explaining mechanisms of chronic pain with probable new coming pharmacological solutions and recent trials to introduce new drugs capable for reducing pain intensity to improve the quality of life. Glial cells in CNS showed an important role and component in central sensitization pathway. Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNA) and Cysteinyl-aspartate-specific proteases (CASPs) showed a high-level concentration in nervous systems in patients with chronic pain. Mitochondria also was found to be involved in chronic pain through reactive oxygen species (ROS). Blocking ATP pathways in mitochondria showed positive results. However, the absolute mechanism is not well understood, multiple theories …

Evidence-Based Algorithm for Interventional Management of Post-Stroke Shoulder Pain: An International Consensus

Authors

Wei-Ting Wu,Ke-Vin Chang,Chih-Peng Lin,Kamal Mezian,Vincenzo Ricci,King Hei Stanley Lam,Min Cheol Chang,Jee Youn Moon,Mathieu Boudier-Revéret,Felice Galluccio,Consuelo B Gonzalez-Suarez,Jeimylo de Castro,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,Dessy R Emril,George C Chang Chien,Montana Buntragulpoontawee,Levent Özçakar

Journal

Asia Pacific Journal of Pain

Published Date

2022/12/2

Shoulder pain is a common complaint over the paralytic side of stroke patients. We suggest that ultrasound examination should be arranged for hemiplegic shoulders in the presence of pain unresponsive to medication and physical therapy. Ultrasound-guided dual target corticosteroid injection can be introduced over the rotator cuff interval and subdeltoid bursa in case of rotator cuff pathologies. Otherwise, suprascapular nerve block can be performed under ultrasound guidance. Furthermore, the physician should examine whether there is pain associated with increased spasticity, which can be managed by shock wave therapy or botulinum toxin intra-muscular injection. Finally, if the patients have developed symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome, ultrasound-guided cervical sympathetic ganglion block should be taken into consideration.

Efficacy of botulinum toxin, local anesthetics, and corticosteroids in patients with piriformis syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Authors

Faisal M Hilal,Ahmed Bashawyah,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,King Hei Stanley Lam,Ahmed Amine El Oumri,Felice Galluccio,Abdullah AlKharabsheh,Alan D Kaye,Ammar Salti,Giustino Varrassi

Published Date

2022

Background: Piriformis syndrome (PS) is a painful condition caused by entrapment of the sciatic nerve within the piriformis muscle. PS is typically unilateral and mainly occurs related to entrapment of the sciatic nerve. Treatments include physiotherapy, analgesics, anti-inflammatory drugs, behavioral modifications, injection therapy with local anesthetics (LAs) and steroids, epidural injection, botulinum toxin (BT) injection, and surgery.Objectives: To investigate the efficacy of BT, LA, and corticosteroid (CS) injections in relieving pain in patients affected by PS.Study Design: This systematic review and meta-analysis was conducted according to the “Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions” and the “Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Metaanalyses (PRISMA)” guidelines.Methods: A systematic search was conducted through PubMed, Cochrane, Web of Science, and Scopus through April 2021 for studies investigating the efficacy of BT, LA, or CS injection in improving pain in patients with PS. After screening retrieved studies, data were extracted from included studies and pooled. Overall results were reported as standardized mean difference (SMD) and 95% confidence interval (CI). Analysis was performed using RevMan software version 5.4.Results: Sixteen studies were included in this systematic review, and 12 of them were included in the quantitative synthesis. The pain scores decreased significantly after treatment with BT (SMD=-2.00; 95% CI [-2.84,-1.16], P< 0.001), LA and CS (SMD=-4.34; 95% CI [-5.77, 2.90], P< 0.001), LA (SMD=-3.73; 95% CI [-6.47,-0.99], P= 0.008), CS (SMD=-2.78; 95% CI [-3.56,-2.00 …

Pulsed Radiofrequency for Postherpetic Trigeminal Neuralgia: A Case Report

Authors

Jaasiel Javier,Jon Wilton,Felice Galluccio,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam

Journal

Cureus

Published Date

2022/9/7

Trigeminal postherpetic neuralgia has been reported to cause chronic headaches and facial pain. There are various modalities of treatment ranging from pharmacological to surgical treatment. However, these are frequently accompanied by undesirable side effects and minimal efficacy. Pulsed radiofrequency has been used to treat chronic pain but it is often seen as an unconventional treatment for postherpetic neuralgia. Nonetheless, the literature supports its use for alleviating pain with minimal complications. This case demonstrates that pulsed radiofrequency can successfully treat intractable pain secondary to postherpetic neuralgia affecting all three trigeminal dermatomes.

The booster effect of a single quarterly dose of hyaluronic acid in knee osteoarthritis: five-year results of a registry-based study

Authors

Felice Galluccio,Yasser A Gazar,Ahmed A Negm,Mario Fajardo Perez,Ece Yamak Altinpulluk,Tolga Ergönenç,Ke-Vin Chang,Jen L Pan,Abdallah El-Sayed Allam,YASSER A GAZAR,Ahmed Negm,Jen Li Pan

Journal

Cureus

Published Date

2022/11/16

ObjectiveViscosupplementation by hyaluronic acid (HA) is well established non-surgical treatment of knee osteoarthritis (KOA). This registry-based study investigated the booster effect of a quarterly intra-articular single knee injection (30mg/2ml) for five years.

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Expert Opinion on Ultrasound-Guided Interventions for the Management of Peripheral Nerve Injuries: A Practical Algorithm

Ultrasound-guided interventions for carpal tunnel syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analyses

Relationships between Serum Interleukin-6, Radiographic Severity and WOMAC Index in Patients with Primary Knee Osteoarthritis

Radial extracorporeal shock wave therapy as an additional treatment modality for spastic equinus deformity in chronic hemiplegic patients. A randomized controlled study

Post-traumatic radial nerve neuroma: A case report

Current Approaches to Four Challenging Pain Syndromes

Superficial Peroneal Nerve Block

Inflammatory back pain

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