Ponseti Method Compared with Surgical Treatment of Clubfoot
- Correcting Residual Deformity Following Clubfoot Releases. Ken Kuo; Peter Smith // Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research;May2009, Vol. 467 Issue 5, p1326
AbstractÂ Â There are many possible pitfalls of clubfoot releases and it is important to recognize the problems and provide proper timely treatment. Late residual deformity following clubfoot releases include: dynamic or stiff supination and forefoot adduction deformities, intoeing gait,...
- Talonavicular Fusion for Dorsal Subluxation of the Navicular in Resistant Clubfoot. Vineeta Swaroop; Dennis Wenger; Scott Mubarak // Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research;May2009, Vol. 467 Issue 5, p1314
AbstractÂ Â Dorsal rotatory subluxation of the navicular, a common sequela of resistant surgically treated clubfeet, presents a challenging treatment problem. This subluxation typically progresses after posteromedial release. Patients develop a cavovarus foot deformity and complain of pain,...
- Mid-term results show effectiveness of Ponseti method for idiopathic clubfoot. // Orthopedics Today;Feb2011, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p27
The article discusses the results of a 2011 prospective study of the Ponseti method that shows the effectiveness of the Ponseti Score System in 90% of patients treated for congenital idiopathic clubfoot at five years mean follow up.
- Long-term results for Ponseti clubfoot repair better than traditional surgical treatments. Owens, Colleen // Orthopedics Today;Apr2011, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p56
The article reports on the findings of a study that the long-term results for using the Ponseti method in treating pediatric idiopathic clubfoot are better compared with traditional posteromedial release.
- Tibialis Anterior Tendon Transfer after Clubfoot Surgery. George Thompson; Harry Hoyen; Tracey Barthel // Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research;May2009, Vol. 467 Issue 5, p1306
AbstractÂ Â Recurrent dynamic and structural deformities following clubfoot surgery are commonly due to residual muscle imbalance from a strong tibialis anterior muscle and weak antagonists. We asked whether subcutaneous tibialis anterior tendon transfer effectively treated recurrent...
- Kongenitaler KlumpfuÃŸ. Weimann-Stahlschmidt, K.; Krauspe, R.; Westhoff, B. // Der OrthopÃ¤de;Nov2010, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p1071
Congenital clubfoot is one of the most common congenital skeletal deformities with an incidence of 1-2/1000 newborns. The deformity is characterized by pathological changes of joints, bones (especially the talus), muscles, tendons and soft tissues which result in subtalar malpositions known as...
- Una nueva experiencia clÃnica: Colgajo safeno interno diferido. Wolff I, G. A.; Vargas, E.; Posso, D. M. // CirugÃa PlÃ¡stica Ibero-Latinoamericana;2010, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p335
Complex soft tissue defects of the distal third of the leg and foot represent a challenge in the reconstructive. The internal saphenous flap is a frequently used option for lower leg reconstruction because its versatility and minimal donor site morbidity. The commonly known delay procedure is an...
- ElongaciÃ³n por callotaxis en braquimetatarsia congÃ©nita. Guizar-Cuevas, S.; Mora-Ríos, F. G.; Mejía-Rohenes, L. C.; López-Marmolejo, A.; Cortés-Gómez, J. // Acta Ortopedica Mexicana;nov/dic2010, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p395
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- SPECIALTY UPDATE What's New in Foot and Ankle Surgery. Marx, Randall C.; Mizel, Mark S. // Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;2/16/2011, Vol. 93-A Issue 4, p405
The article provides an update, summarized from different medical journals presented between August 2009 and July 2010, in the field of foot and ankle surgery. It presents the surgical management for fractures in the tibia, ankle, and the calcaneal bone. It also mentions of possible...