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Twenty-four patients who had degenerative arthritis of the lateral compartment of the knee that was associated with a valgus deformity and a superolateral tilt of the joint line were treated by distal femoral varus osteotomy. A surgical technique that was designed to produce a horizontal joint line and a tibiofemoral angle of zero degrees is described. At… (More)
Fresh small osteochondral allografts were implanted in 108 patients. A clinical and histologic analysis was undertaken in 18 patients whose grafts failed and were excised. Twelve of these patients had evidence of viable hyaline cartilage despite adverse conditions. If careful attention is given to patient selection, age, appropriate timing for correction of… (More)
A 65-year-old woman with spontaneous osteonecrosis of the medial femoral condyle of the left knee was treated by a fresh cadaveric osteochondral bone graft. The latest follow-up examination at 2.5 years demonstrated good functional results, as well as radiographic evidence of satisfactory consolidation with no aseptic necrosis or osteoarthritis.
Bilateral simultaneous elongation of the lower limbs was performed in 3 achondroplastic children. A total of 10 bones were elongated with Wagner's distraction apparatus, mainly by a modified Wagner technique. Maximal elongation of 34 to 44% of the original bone length resulted in relatively minor complications. Elongation of the lower limbs in… (More)
Fourteen patients with 20 total hip joint replacements were studied for 14 painful prosthetic hips. Clinical examination, plain film radiographs and 99Tcm-MDP bone scans failed to differentiate between infection and mechanical loosening of a prosthesis. Sequential use of 99Tcm-MDP and 67Ga-citrate bone scans were performed in an attempt to discover… (More)
The ankle is a common site of sports injuries. Extreme violent inversion of the ankle associated with sports accidents, subjects it to traumas of varying degrees. Fractures of the medial and lateral malleoli, and tears of the ligaments are easily recognisable. When these are excluded on the X-ray examination, the diagnosis of ankle sprain is usually made… (More)
A 10-year-old boy with Blount's disease was treated by asymmetric distraction of the proximal tibial epiphysis to correct varus deformity of 12 degrees. Gradual hemichondrodiastasis with immediate mobilization resulted in slight overcorrection of the deformity with no complications.