Long-Term Results of Surgery for Forearm Deformities in Patients with Multiple Cartilaginous Exostoses
- Forearm Deformity in Patients with Hereditary Multiple Exostoses. Clement, N. D.; Porter, D. E. // Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;9/4/2013, Vol. 95-A Issue 17, p1586
Background: There is a high rate of forearm deformity in patients with hereditary multiple exostoses, with many patients developing radial head dislocation associated with ulnar shortening. Methods: One hundred and six patients with hereditary multiple exostoses who were fifteen years of age or...
- Treatment of diaphyseal non-unions of the ulna and radius. Kloen, Peter; Wiggers, Jim; Buijze, Geert // Archives of Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery;Dec2010, Vol. 130 Issue 12, p1439
Introduction: Non-unions of the forearm often cause severe dysfunction of the forearm as they affect the interosseus membrane, elbow and wrist. Treatment of these non-unions can be challenging due to poor bone stock, broken hardware, scarring and stiffness due to long-term immobilisation....
- EvaluaciÃ³n y tratamiento de las fracturas por deformidad del antebrazo en niÃ±os menores de 5 aÃ±os. Reporte de un caso. López, Flavio Di Silvio; Ball, Daniel Diego; González, Horacio Frías; Palomo, Luis Justino Fernández; Osorno Alva, Celia Guadalupe; Cedeño, Mónica Álvarez // Acta Ortopedica Mexicana;mar/abr2009, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p94
No abstract available.
- Unilateral Angular Deformity of the Antebrachium and its Surgical Correction in a Dog. Mohindroo, J.; Singh, T.; Verma, P.; Raghunath, M.; Singh, S. S. // Intas Polivet;jul-dec2012, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p351
A two year old female Labrador was presented with angulation and deviation of right antebrachium at the carpal joint without significant lameness. The contra-lateral limb had a normal stance and the animal had no history of trauma. Medio-lateral radiograph confirmed significant curvature of...
- exostosis. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p828
An encyclopedia entry for "exostosis" is presented.
- For Spine Disorders, Swim First, Surgery Last. // Running & FitNews;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p13
The article provides an answer to a question concerning the treatments and surgeries for Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis.
- Dominant Endosteal Hyperostosis. Beals, Rodney K.; McLoughlin, Sean W.; Teed, Ronald L.; McDonald, Clark // Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Nov2001, Vol. 83-A Issue 11, p1643
Examines the incidence of autosomal dominant endosteal hyperostosis in a family, focusing on skeletal characteristics. Factors contributory to the stiffness of bone; Findings of biomechanical testing; Increase in ash weight and strength in weight-bearing and non-weight-bearing bones in the...
- Operativni tretman posttraumatske proksimalne radioulnarne sinostoze. Aginčić, Alija; Hadžiahmetović, Zoran // Medicinski Arhiv;2008, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p123
This paper is a case report of a successful treatment of posttraumatic proximal radioulnar sinostosis in 38 years old male patient, to which eight years ago is reimplanted to right forearm in its medial third with the free slice of m. latisimussa dorsi and ostheosynthesis. Reimplatation was...
- Single-stage treatment of complete dislocation of radial head and forearm deformity using distraction osteogenesis in paediatric patients having multiple cartilaginous exostosis. Demir, Bilal; Gursu, Sarper; Ozturk, Kahraman; Yildirim, Timur; Konya, Mehmet Nuri; Er, Turgay // Archives of Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery;Sep2011, Vol. 131 Issue 9, p1195
Background: We are reporting the results of single-stage treatment for patients with forearm deformity and radial head luxation due to hereditary multiple exostosis using distraction osteogenesis. Method: Six patients with a mean age of 12 years were treated. Morphological evaluation was made...