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[Computer-assisted knee arthroplasty: comparison with a conventional procedure. Results of 50 cases in a prospective randomized study].
Computer-assisted surgery for total knee arthroplasty was found to provide remarkably reliable results and all surgeons should be able to expect an improvement in the positioning of prosthetic implantations. Expand
Posterior approach and dislocation rate: a 213 total hip replacements case-control study comparing the dual mobility cup with a conventional 28-mm metal head/polyethylene prosthesis.
This study shows that even using a posterior approach and in older patients, dual mobility cups increase stability with no postoperative dislocations, and a larger series should confirm the benefit of this implant. Expand
Revision of 33 unicompartmental knee prostheses using total knee arthroplasty: strategy and results
The purpose of this study was twofold: to evaluate the radiological and clinical results of 33 total knee arthroplasties (TKA) implanted between January 1993 and March 2005, to replace failed medialExpand
Plate osteosynthesis of humeral diaphyseal fractures associated with radial palsy: twenty cases
ORIF by plate of humeral shaft fracture with radial nerve palsy in emergency allows good palsy recovery (75 %) with a short delay (about three days) with a mean delay of ten months. Expand
Navigated osteotomies around the knee in 170 patients with osteoarthritis secondary to genu varum.
The purpose of this article is to present the authors' surgical technique and to discuss double-level osteotomy of the femur and tibia to avoid altered joint line obliquity in genu varum deformity. Expand
Survival analysis of total knee arthroplasty at a minimum 10 years' follow-up: a multicenter French nationwide study including 846 cases.
Ten-year TKA survivorship was 92%, independently of design and level of mechanical stress; mechanical complications were more frequent in younger and more active subjects, for whom therefore other treatment options or technical improvements should be sought. Expand
Outcome of opening wedge high tibial osteotomy augmented with a Biosorb® wedge and fixed with a plate and screws in 124 patients with a mean of ten years follow-up
Evaluated the long-term results of medial opening wedge high tibial osteotomy (HTO) and the tolerance and integration of a Biosorb® wedge and found this was completely integrated in 100% of cases and there was complete resorption in 12.1% of Cases. Expand
Iatrogenic Hallux Varus Surgical Procedure: A Study of 14 Cases
Hallux varus occurs most frequently as result of excessive surgical correction of musculoligamentous imbalance around the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint of the great toe (lateral release and medialExpand
Computer-assisted Double Level Osteotomy for Severe Genu Varum
The purpose of this article is to present a technical procedure of computer-assisted double level osteotomy and to discuss its rationale and indications. Expand
Long-Term Follow-up of Lateral Reconstruction with Extensor Retinaculum Flap for Chronic Ankle Instability
The long-term results of ligamentous retensioning combined with reinforcement using an extensor retinaculum flap addressed both lateral ankle and subtalar instability without sacrificing the peroneal tendons. Expand