Elida Ilyas
Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta

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Radiological evaluation of acromial characteristic using supraspinatus outlet view in shoulder impingement syndrome Prasetyo, Marcel; Yulisa, N. D.; Ilyas, Elida; Prihartono, Joedo
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 16, No 3 (2007): July-September
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia

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Purpose of this study was to find the association between shoulder impingement syndrome (SIS) and morphological characteristics of acromion (acromial tilt angle, type of acromion, subacromial osteophyte). Supraspinatus outlet view was performed using fluoroscopy. There were 40 SIS patients and 40 individuals with no shoulder pain examined and measured for their acromial tilt angle, type of acromion (according to Bigliani’s classification and Park’s criteria) and for the presence of subacromial osteophyte. Average acromial tilt angle was 34.1° (SD 7.6) for SIS group and 32.1° (SD 7.7) for control group. Type II acromion was found more frequent in both groups (85% and 95%). The association between SIS and acromial tilt angle or between SIS and type of acromion were statistically insignificant (p=0.241 and p=0.221). Subacromial osteophyte was found in 52.5% of SIS group compare to 12.5% among the control group, and the association with SIS was statistically significant (p=0.0003). Subacromial osteophyte was found to have significant association with SIS. Such association was not found in acromial tilt angle and type of acromion. (Med J Indones 2007; 16:176-80) Keywords: shoulder impingement syndrome, acromion, supraspinatus
Efficacy of removable rigid dressing after transtibial amputation in diabetes mellitus patients Hidayati, Evi R.N.; Ilyas, Elida; Murdana, I N. N.; Tarigan, Tri J.E.; Werdhani, Retno A.
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 22, No 1 (2013): February
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Background: The aim of this study was to evaluate the RRD’s efficacy in decreasing stump edema and pain compared to elastic bandage for diabetic mellitus patients after transtibial amputation.Methods: Interventional research was using consecutive  sampling. Subjects were randomized into two groups: RRD and elastic bandage. Twenty-three subjects were analyzed. Stump  edema volume was measured by the amount of water spilled out from volume glass. Elastic bandage was reapplied every 4 hours  and RRD was refitted every 7 days during evaluation time. Stump edema volume was evaluated every 7 days during the 8 week observation.Results: There was a significant decrease of stump volume in RRD group during the first and second week (p = 0.03, p = 0.01) and the edema decreasing time was also significant (p = 0.03).  The average decrease of edema volume in RRD was 63.85% of second week and in the elastic bandage group was 34.35%. There were a tendency of pain reduction time in RRD group (4.83 ± 1.95 weeks) compared to elastic bandage group (5.18 ± 2.31weeks). Cox regression result of decreasing edema volume time was 3.088 (CI 95%: 1.128 – 4.916).Conclusion: This study found that there was stump edema  volume acceleration in RRD group, it was three times faster for stump to become not edematous compared to elastic bandage group. There was a tendency of faster decreasing stump pain in  RRD group than elastic bandage group, eventhough this result  was not statistically significant. (Med J Indones. 2013;22:16-21)Keywords: Diabetes mellitus, removable rigid dressing, transtibial amputation