Jan-Henning Feil

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Intraarticular fractures require a surgical therapy. The functional results are depending on the anatomical reconstruction of the joint surfaces and on early kinesitherapy. Remaining disabilities may be controlled in 2/3 of the cases to such an extent that no alterations are necessary in private or professional life. The overall result was very good in(More)
Operative treatment of spinal injuries requires an accurate surgical technique and biochemical know-how to avoid complications due to mistakes in device handling, operative technique, and indication. Device failures are caused by loosening of locking clamps or fracture of Schanz screws, followed by loss of angle stability and early loss of reduction.(More)
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