Gopalakrishna M. Pemmaraju

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Extended proximal femoral osteotomy is a well-established technique in complex primary and revision hip surgery. It is commonly indicated for extraction of well-fixed femoral components either cemented or uncemented. Some of the problems encountered during this procedure are gaining an accurate reduction in the osteotomized fragment and a stable reduction(More)
Tibial tuberosity transfer is a well-established procedure in the treatment of patellar instability and in selected cases of anterior knee pain. Several techniques have been advocated in the literature. Some of the common complications associated with this procedure have been pain and discomfort due to prominent screw heads, necessitating their removal;(More)
Patellofemoral instability is multifactorial and is associated with pathomechanics secondary to anatomical variance. Surgical management of this problem must be tailored to each patient and a thorough clinical and radiological assessment of the anatomical alignment should be carried out pre-operatively. The aim of this study is to assess the role of medial(More)
Intra-osseous pin sites used in Computer Navigated knee Arthroplasty are known to cause complications including infection, neurovascular injury, thermal necrosis and peri-prosthetic fracture. Many studies have looked at ways of reducing these risks to improve results in computer-navigated surgery. We present our complication rates and techniques used to(More)
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