Patrick Sutter

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Rotational deformities are common complications following fractures of the femoral shaft. Computed tomography for determination of the anteversion angle of the femoral neck has proved to be the most suitable way of quantifying rotational faults. Out of our inpatient collective, 45 patients who had undergone interlocking intramedullary nailing of the femur(More)
Spinal deformities in Parkinson's disease are difficult to treat but with good indications, spinal surgery is a better treatment option taking into account all factors that accompany Parkinson's disease. Despite greater operational time and cost expenditure with a long rehabilitation period, long stretch segmental fusion is preferable to short stretch(More)
INTRODUCTION Sagittal balance is an independent predictor of outcomes in spinal care and several authors focused their attention on the lumbar lordosis restoration as the key point to prevent secondary sacroiliac joint dysfunction (SIJD) after fusion. On the other hand, lumbar disc arthroplasty allows preservation of motion avoiding increased stress on the(More)
STUDY DESIGN This is a prospective study to investigate the clinical and radiological results 10 years after percutaneous balloon kyphoplasty and cement augmentation with calcium phosphate cement (CPC) in traumatic vertebral fractures type A. OBJECTIVES Evaluation of a 10-year follow-up with radiological and computed tomography results, calculated by 2(More)
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