Margaret M. McQueen

Margaret M. McQueen

The Royal Infirmary Of Edinburgh, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh Eh3 9yw, Uk.

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Margaret M McQueen has direct influence:

acute compartment syndrome
distal radius
radial head
open fractures
social deprivation
intramedullary nailing

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Margaret M McQueen has influence:

scaphoid fractures
radial head
compartment syndrome
social deprivation
condylocephalic nails
digital tomography
psychological distress

Prominent publications by Margaret M. McQueen

KOL-Index: 51 »: Suspected scaphoid fractures are a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge despite the advances in knowledge regarding these injuries and imaging techniques. The risks and restrictions of routine immobilization as well as the restriction of activities in a young and active population must be weighed against the risks of nonunion that are associated with a missed fracture. »: The prevalence ...
Known for
Alternative Statistical Methods | Probability Diagnostic | Fracture True | Sophisticated Radiographic Investigations
KOL-Index: 30 Most fractures of the radial head are stable undisplaced or minimally displaced partial fractures without an associated fracture of the elbow or forearm or ligament injury, where stiffness following non-operative management is the primary concern. Displaced unstable fractures of the radial head are usually associated with other fractures or ligament injuries, and restoration of ...
Known for
Displaced Fractures | Stable Unstable | Forearm Ligament
KOL-Index: 26 Delay in the diagnosis of acute compartment syndrome can have severe and potentially disastrous outcomes for the patient.Factors associated with a delayed diagnosis are lack of experience of medical personnel, regional or general anesthesia, polytrauma cases, injuries to the soft tissue, and the use of clinical signs alone when making the diagnosis.Youth has been identified as the key risk ...
KOL-Index: 23 A delay in the diagnosis of acute compartment syndrome (ACS) is associated with a potentially devastating outcome for the patient. A key risk factor for ACS is youth, with more than two-thirds of cases associated with an underlying fracture. Pain is noted as the index or key sign associated with ACS. However, clinical assessment alone has been documented to have poor diagnostic performance ...
KOL-Index: 20 BACKGROUND: The evidence for treating acute, unreconstructable radial head fractures in unstable elbows with radial head replacement predominantly consists of short- to mid-term follow-up studies with a heterogenous mix of implants and operative techniques. Data on longer-term patient-reported outcomes after radial head replacement is lacking. QUESTIONS/PURPOSES: (1) What proportion of ...
Known for
Replacement Unstable | Revision Removal | Head Fractures | Acute Radial
KOL-Index: 19 The aim of this study was to report the long-term functional outcomes and complication rates following early percutaneous fixation of acute fractures of the scaphoid. A trauma database was searched to identify all skeletally-mature patients with an undisplaced or minimally-displaced scaphoid waist fracture managed with early percutaneous retrograde screw fixation over a thirteen-year period ...
Known for
Fractures Long | Term Range | Fixation Acute | Questionnaire-Based
KOL-Index: 19 A prospective study was performed to develop a clinical prediction rule that incorporated demographic and clinical factors predictive of a fracture of the scaphoid. Of 260 consecutive patients with a clinically suspected or radiologically confirmed scaphoid fracture, 223 returned for evaluation two weeks after injury and formed the basis of our analysis. Patients were evaluated within 72 ...
Known for
Suspected Scaphoid | 116 52 | Anatomical Snuff Box | Doubt
KOL-Index: 18 Post-traumatic abnormality of the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) still presents a therapeutic challenge to orthopaedic surgeons. The most common difficulty is a failure to diagnose these injuries early, resulting in chronic post-traumatic disorders of the DRUJ. The main aim of therapy is to avoid adverse sequelae. This is of particular importance in malunion of the distal radius, the most ...
Known for
Radioulnar | Subsequent Ulnar Procedures | Orthopaedic Surgeons | Therapeutic Challenge
KOL-Index: 18 BACKGROUND: The aim of this single-center, single-blinded, prospective randomized trial was to compare the outcomes of tension-band wire (TBW) and plate fixation for simple isolated, displaced fractures of the olecranon. METHODS: We performed a prospective randomized trial involving 67 patients who were ≥16 to <75 years of age and had an acute isolated, displaced fracture of the olecranon. ...
Known for
Isolated Displaced | 1-Year Follow-Up Rate | Baseline Demographic Fracture Characteristics | Plate Tension-Band Wire Fixation
KOL-Index: 18 The perception held by respondents in a full range of age groups (young, middle-aged, and old) toward a full range of target age groups (young, middle-aged, and old) was studied in a multidimensional way. The five-factor model of personality was chosen as the model of intergenerational perception and the Gough Adjective Checklist was chosen as the measurement device. A total of 867 ...

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