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Delayed Infections After Posterior TSRH Spinal Instrumentation for Idiopathic Scoliosis: Revisited
Objective. To determine the incidence of delayed infections in idiopathic scoliosis treated with TSRH instrumentation, proper wound management after instrumentation removal, and whether theExpand
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Conservative Treatment for Mild Femoroacetabular Impingement
Purpose. To report early results of conservative treatments (including modifications in activities of daily living) for mild femoroacetabular impingement. Methods. 27 male and 10 female athleticExpand
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Vacuum-assisted closure for deep infection after spinal instrumentation for scoliosis.
Our aim was to review the efficacy of the wound vacuum-assisted closure (VAC) system in the treatment of deep infection after extensive instrumentation and fusion for spinal deformity in children andExpand
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Ilizarov external fixation and then nailing in management of infected nonunions of the tibial shaft.
BACKGROUND Ilizarov technique is useful in the management of infected nonunions of the tibia. Its main drawback is the long duration of external fixation (EF) with marked patient discomfort. SeveralExpand
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Recurrence after correction of acquired ankle equinus deformity in children using Ilizarov technique
To describe our Ilizarov technique for the treatment of acquired equinus deformity in children and to determine if compliance with continuous use of an ankle foot orthosis (after removal of theExpand
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Management of Calcaneal Fracture Using the Ilizarov Technique
  • K. Emara, M. Allam
  • Medicine
  • Clinical orthopaedics and related research
  • 1 October 2005
Treating calcaneal fractures nonoperatively versus operatively is controversial. The aim of open reduction is to reduce the articular surface and to restore the calcaneal bone anatomy to recover itsExpand
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Methods to shorten the duration of an external fixator in the management of tibial infections.
Massive segmental bone loss due to chronic osteomyelitis represents a considerable challenge to orthopedic surgeons and is a limb threatening condition. The only option available in such a clinicalExpand
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Pelvic Support Osteotomy in the Treatment of Patients With Excision Arthroplasty
  • K. Emara
  • Medicine
  • Clinical orthopaedics and related research
  • 10 February 2008
AbstractResistant hip infection in adults can be a complicated problem that does not respond to surgical and medical treatment. In such cases, the only remaining option is excision arthroplasty. ThisExpand
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Intramedullary fixation of failed plated femoral diaphyseal fractures: are bone grafts necessary?
BACKGROUND Nonunited fracture shaft femur after plate fixation is a common problem in third world countries because of economic reasons. Management of such a problem is still controversial and isExpand
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Is the Intramedullary Skeletal Kinetic Distractor a Safe Measure for Bone Lengthening? A Systematic Review
Abstract Background The intramedullary skeletal kinetic distractor (ISKD) is one of the relatively recent methods developed to overcome the complications of conventional bone lengthening methods,Expand
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