Fiedrich Kutscha-Lissberg

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Short-segment pedicle stabilisation, transpedicular disc resection and autologous cancellous bone grafting is performed in trauma patients being transferred to our trauma centre with thoracolumbar fracture/dislocations. A follow-up examination of 88 patients, who were operated during the years of 1985–1992, took place after an average time of 5.6 years. Our(More)
We give an account of 28 patients with fractured humerus diaphysis, suffering from primary and seven patients suffering from secondary lesion of the radialis nerve, all treated by operation. In each case the radialis nerve was exposed and the fracture was treated by fixation with compression plates. In case of primary lesions of the radialis nerve, we found(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of the study was to present the results of fenestration arthroscopy in five patients with primary septic arthritis of the hip. MATERIAL AND METHODS The mean follow-up period was 52 months. Gram staining and the leukocyte count of the preoperative joint fluid and the systemic CRP level were of particular importance in confirming the(More)
Clinical conditions in which crossover extremity transfer should be considered are rare. In the case of bilateral amputation associated with extensive proximal segmental injury, ectopic implantation could be an additional concept for two-stage limb salvage. If replantation is impossible due to segmental damage of the amputated part, at least uninvolved(More)
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