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Irreducible dislocation of the hip in cerebral palsy patients treated by Schanz proximal femoral valgus osteotomy
Palliative Schanz proximal femoral valgus osteotomy is considered a common option for treatment of irreducible hip dislocation in cerebral palsy. From 1992 to 2005, Schanz osteotomy was indicated onExpand
Manipulation of Pediatric Supracondylar Fractures of Humerus in Prone Position Under General Anesthesia
Background: Displaced pediatric supracondylar fractures are usually treated with manipulation and fixation with Kirschner wires. The procedure is commonly performed with the patient in supineExpand
[Personal experience with hallux valgus surgery using McBride's method].
[Effects of surgery on muscles on clinical and radiographic findings in the hip joint region in cerebral palsy patients].
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY Isolated or combined surgical procedures on muscles around the hip joint are currently indicated by many authors. In cerebral palsy patients they are regarded as essentialExpand
[The Strayer surgical technic as the basic operation for treatment of pes equinus in cerebral palsy].
The authors describe the technique of Strayer's operation (gastrocnemius recession) in the spastic form of cerebral palsy and draw attention to its indications, possible combinations with otherExpand
[Transposition and hemitransposition of the anterior tibial muscle in the treatment of pes equinovarus].
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY Authors present transposition and hemitransposition of anterior tibial muscle as one of the supporting surgeries in the treatment of neurogenous but also congenital club foot. Expand
[Vertical Talus: Mid-Term Results of Surgical Therapy].
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY The aim of the study was to clinically and radiographically evaluate the results of a two-stage surgical technique used in our department to treat congenital vertical talus. Expand
[Orthopedic treatment of a boy with Larsen's syndrome].
A case of Larsen's syndrome in a boy is presented. The syndrome is characterized by flattened facies, multiple congenital dislocations and foot deformities as a result of connective tissueExpand
[Palliative Schanz osteotomy for irreducible hip dislocation in adolescent patients with cerebral palsy].
  • A. Schejbalová
  • Medicine
  • Acta chirurgiae orthopaedicae et traumatologiae…
  • 2004
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY Palliative Schanz osteotomy is one of the options for treatment of irreducible hip dislocation in adolescent patients with cerebral palsy. MATERIAL In 1992 to 2002, SchanzExpand
[Iliopsoas muscle - one of the causes of neurogenous dislocation: technique of tenotomy and lengthening.].
An increased incidence of neurogenous dislocations in patients with infantile cerebral palsy led the authors mainly in the recent 4 years to change the surgical strategy in the region of hip joint.Expand