Enrico Carità

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Arthroscopy is an accepted technique for evaluation of intra-articular pathology and treatment of a variety of disorders even in the wrist joint. Dedicated miniaturized instrumentation is needed along with a specific traction system. The external distraction alone (dry technique) allows for complete joint exploration and several type of arthroscopic(More)
In this study the authors evaluate the results of internal synthesis of femoral fractures in polytraumatised patients initially treated by external fixation (EF). From January 2002 to December 2005, 39 femurs in 37 polytraumatised patients (average age 34.2 years, range 18-44) with closed fractures and an ISS>20 were initially treated with EF. There were(More)
From 1997 to 2003 (7 years follow-up) we treated 33 complex traumas of the upper limbs with the use of external fixation: forearm or humeral complete amputation, complex crash, sometimes with hand crash associated. Often a revascularisation was necessary like as a secondary skin coverage for soft tissue loss or following ischaemic necrosis. Three patients(More)
The authors describe their experience in the treatment of the lesions of the distal tendon of the biceps through the anatomic insertion with Mitek mini-anchors using Henry anterior single-incision access. From 1996 to 2007, 12 patients, all male, average age 51.2 years, were treated for a lesion of the distal tendon of the biceps. In all cases,(More)
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