Milorad B. Mitkovic

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BACKGROUND Surgical treatment is the preferred method for treating subtrochanteric femoral fractures and the variety of extramedullary and intramedullary implants continues to evolve. The purpose of our study was to retrospectively evaluate the clinical and radiological results of subtrochanteric fractures that are treated with the Selfdynamisable internal(More)
BACKGROUND The aim was to evaluate the analgesic efficacy and safety of the dexketoprofen/tramadol 25 mg/75 mg fixed-dose combination vs dexketoprofen (25 mg) and tramadol (100 mg) in moderate-to-severe acute pain after total hip arthroplasty. METHODS This was a randomized, double-blind, parallel-group study in patients experiencing pain of at least(More)
INTRODUCTION Artificial models can be useful at approximate and qualitative research, which should give the preliminary results. Artificial models are usually made of photo-elastic plastic e.g.. juvidur, araldite in the three-dimensional contour shape of the bone. Anatomical preparations consist of the same heterogeneous, structural materials with extremely(More)
INTRODUCTION Epiphysiolysis of the femoral head is the most common accident occurring towards the end of pre-puberty and puberty growth. CASE REPORT The author describes the experience in the treatment of chronic epiphysiolysis in two patients treated by Southwick osteotomy. The site is accessed by way of a 15-cm long lateral skin incision and the(More)
Dynamic trochanteric fractures implants allow fracture fragments to be compressed. Dynamisation can be realized if the axial pin force overcome friction force between pin and body of the implant. Examination of sliding iniciation forces in Mitkovic Selfdinamysible Trochanteric Internal Fixator (SIF). SIF was attached for angle block in the position with(More)
PURPOSE As axial dynamisation is a recognised method, many authors using interlocking femoral nail perform an additional small operation two months after the primary operation in order to remove one screw so as to provide axial dynamisation. According to the literature, dynamisation happens in about 15-25% of cases, but it cannot be predicted which patient(More)
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