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Elastic Intra-medullary Nailing for Diaphyseal ...
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The Adolescent diaphyseal fractures (Femur, Tibia & Fibula, Humerus, Radius & Ulna) pose a dilemma regarding the optimal treatment. During this period the skeleton is actively growing, so any form of treatment should be such that at one hand it should not restrict the mobility / easy nursing of the child as occurs in different conservative mode of treatments and on the other hand it should not damage the growing ends of the bone as may occur in some operative procedures like rigid nailing. So, keeping these problems in mind a most suited & balanced approach to manage these fractures in Adolescents is Elastic intramedullary nailing. This is simple, minimally invasive technique with minimal implantation. There is least soft tissue dissection, blood loss & cosmetic damage. There is small learning curve and no risk of pressure sores or growth disturbances. Elastic intramedullary nailing provides a combination of elastic mobility & stability. Living tissues also provide stability and aid in the rapid healing with minimal growth disturbance thus leading to rapid return of function - hence it is a Physiological method of treatment.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.11.2020
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Epiphyseal Growth Plate Fractures
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This comprehensive reference work covers all aspects of growth plate fractures and their complications. Following general reviews of growth plate fractures, 21 chapters deal with each epiphyseal growth plate in the body. All of these chapters are constructed similarly for easy and quick retrieval of the required information. The main emphasis is on evaluation (diagnosis) and management (treatment). A separate section is devoted to premature partial physeal arrest, as this is by far the most common and feared complication of a growth plate fracture and its treatment is involved and controversial. The case studies included are often based on 20- to 30-year follow-ups, revealing cases that originally appeared to be quite satisfactory at the conclusion of growth but were found to have turned out quite poorly years later. This unique text is an essential and excellent resource for any pediatric orthopedic surgeon as well as all personnel in the emergency room. TOC:Physeal Fracture: General Considerations: Historical Review.- Anatomy and Growth.- Classification.- Epidemiology.- Evaluation.- Management.- Prognosis.- Complications. Physeal Fracture: Anatomic Sites: Phalanges (Hand).- Distal Radius.- Distal Tibia.- Distal Fibula.- Metacarpal.- Phalanges (Foot).- Distal Humerus.- Distal Ulna.- Proximal Humerus.- Distal Femur.- Metatarsals.- Proximal Tibia.- Proximal Radius.- Proximal Ulna.- Proximal Clavicle.- Pelvis (Triradiate Cartilage).- Distal Clavicle.- Proximal Femoral Capital Physis.- Proximal Fibula.- Spine (Vertebral Body Endplate).- Ribs. Partial Physeal Arrest: Etiology.- Assessment.- Management, General.- Bar Excision.- Physeal Distraction.- Physeal Cartilage Transplantation.- Spontaneous Resolution.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.11.2020
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Epiphyseal Growth Plate Fractures
482,90 € *
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This comprehensive reference work covers all aspects of growth plate fractures and their complications. Following general reviews of growth plate fractures, 21 chapters deal with each epiphyseal growth plate in the body. All of these chapters are constructed similarly for easy and quick retrieval of the required information. The main emphasis is on evaluation (diagnosis) and management (treatment). A separate section is devoted to premature partial physeal arrest, as this is by far the most common and feared complication of a growth plate fracture and its treatment is involved and controversial. The case studies included are often based on 20- to 30-year follow-ups, revealing cases that originally appeared to be quite satisfactory at the conclusion of growth but were found to have turned out quite poorly years later. This unique text is an essential and excellent resource for any pediatric orthopedic surgeon as well as all personnel in the emergency room. TOC:Physeal Fracture: General Considerations: Historical Review.- Anatomy and Growth.- Classification.- Epidemiology.- Evaluation.- Management.- Prognosis.- Complications. Physeal Fracture: Anatomic Sites: Phalanges (Hand).- Distal Radius.- Distal Tibia.- Distal Fibula.- Metacarpal.- Phalanges (Foot).- Distal Humerus.- Distal Ulna.- Proximal Humerus.- Distal Femur.- Metatarsals.- Proximal Tibia.- Proximal Radius.- Proximal Ulna.- Proximal Clavicle.- Pelvis (Triradiate Cartilage).- Distal Clavicle.- Proximal Femoral Capital Physis.- Proximal Fibula.- Spine (Vertebral Body Endplate).- Ribs. Partial Physeal Arrest: Etiology.- Assessment.- Management, General.- Bar Excision.- Physeal Distraction.- Physeal Cartilage Transplantation.- Spontaneous Resolution.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.11.2020
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