By Mehmet Kocaoğlu, Hiroyuki Tsuchiya, Levent Eralp

ISBN-10: 3642550258

ISBN-13: 9783642550256

ISBN-10: 3642550266

ISBN-13: 9783642550263

As because of the fresh advances in surgical strategies and implant know-how it's now attainable to accomplish limb reconstruction in sufferers with more than a few congenital, posttraumatic, and postinfection pathologies. This ebook is a transparent, sensible consultant to the cutting-edge surgeries hired in limb reconstruction for varied stipulations. It comprises exact descriptions of the strategies themselves, followed through a number of worthy drawings and images. Pearls and pitfalls are highlighted, and thorough recommendation is additionally supplied on symptoms, preoperative making plans, and postoperative follow-up. The editors have rigorously chosen the members according to their services, and plenty of of the authors have been themselves accountable for constructing the ideas that they describe.

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32 two tibial cortices (“partial healing”), consider bone grafting with autologous bone graft. For absent bone formation, the entire volume of tibia around the nail must be grafted. • One year later, the intramedullary nail can be removed, provided there is healing of all four cortices. The syndesmosis screws can be removed provided the fibula has healed. Nonunion of the fibular osteotomy can be treated with open reduction, bone grafting, and plate fixation. Bibliography Bilen FE, Kocaoglu M, Eralp L, Balci HI (2010) Fixatorassisted nailing and consecutive lengthening over an intramedullary nail for the correction of tibial deformity.

Springer, Berlin, pp 291–410 Paley D, Tetsworth K (1992) Mechanical axis deviation of the lower limbs. Preoperative planning of multiapical frontal plane angular and bowing deformities of the femur and tibia. Clin Orthop 280:65–71 2 Combined Technique: Correction of Long Bone Deformities Using Fixator-Assisted Nailing Paley D, Herzenberg JE, Tetsworth K et al (1994) Deformity planning for frontal and sagittal plane corrective osteotomies. Orthop Clin North Am 25:425–465 Paley D, Herzenberg JE, Bor N (1997a) Fixator-assisted nailing of femoral and tibial deformities.

Intraoperative x-rays of the two planes are required to verify if the desired correction has been achieved. Adjustment of the fixator and repeat x-rays are performed as needed to fine-tune the correction. Antegrade reaming over a guide wire is performed conventionally through a mini incision. Postoperative Period and Follow-Up The patients are mobilized at the first postoperative day with weight bearing as tolerated. For approximately 3 weeks, ice is applied to prevent synovitis at the knee joint; the ice also has analgesic properties.

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