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In Group B, osteotomies over L1, L2, L3, and T12 were performed in 6, 15, 21, and 4 patients, respectively.
Supply of total cement, Cementless cemented joints, Cemented knee joints, Vacuum cement mix kits, Osteotomies sets and other bone reconstruction materials "divided into 40 packages.
Different rotational osteotomies of the proximal femur have been described for deformities in the load-bearing portion of the femur head (6, 7, 12).
It is considered that 5 mm under the apex of the tooth, there is a safety zone that reduces the risk of postoperative dental injuries; osteotomies and osteosynthesis must use this condition to reduce the risks.
14) Also, other osteotomies, as well as hump resection, can be accomplished safely and effectively with this technique.
Mature malunions are treated by intra-articular osteotomies or the salvage procedures.
The manufacturer explicitly recommends this implant for intra- and extra-articular fractures, nonunions, bone fusion, bunionectomies, and osteotomies [21].
This edition reflects changes in hip surgery like the growth in the direct anterior approach and hip joint preservation, the resurgence in osteotomies, the growth in cementless device use, and the use of highly porous metal augments and cementless sockets.
The approximation of the pelvic bones through the use of an external fixator reduces tension on the recently repaired midline, but pelvic osteotomies lead to higher blood loss and postoperative pain (Fig.
However nowadays I would be looking at Malcolm as a patient to have osteotomies in his 30s or 40s and to maintain his activities whereas after his first knee replacement in Northallerton SuperMac was basically told 'that's it - no more activity, just walking
8-10) In children more than two years of age who walk on the dislocated joint, in the case of persistent excessive anteversion of the femoral neck and femoral head displacement of more than one-third of the iliac width, both femoral and innominate osteotomies should be considered.
Traditional methods of surgical procedures for craniomaxillofacial anomalies have many side effects which include extensive dissection multiple osteotomies and possibly bone grafting.
Catteral's 'Test of Stability' was used after open reduction as an indicator for need of pelvic and femoral osteotomies.
However, newer methods of performing osteotomies, and the realisation that knee replacements do not work well in all patients and cannot return a patient to running, jumping activities, means that osteotomy is the best choice for some patients.