R. Kadletz

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Heterotopic ossifications are a well known but serious complication in patients suffering severe head injury. Their prevalence varies between 10% and 20%. The current concept of surgery recommends removal after "maturation" of the new developed bone because of a suspected higher rate of recurrence. The observations of early operations in 6 patients and 9(More)
This is a clinical and radiological follow-up on 61 patients operated upon between 1973 and 1983 according to the Bankart technique. In 84 per cent of all cases primary dislocation had taken place before the age of thirty. On an average 11 recurrent dislocations occurred before the operative procedure was performed. The radiological follow-up comprised(More)
Instability of the distal tibia-fibular joint necessitates the implant of a fibular tibial transfixation screw. The screw should be placed 2 cm above the anterior syndesmosis. The angle of insertion is 30 degrees upwards from dorsal in relation to the frontal plane. If tibiofibular stability cannot be maintained following anatomical reconstruction of the(More)
61 Patienten, die im Zeitraum 1973 bis 1983 wegen habitueller Schulterluxation in der Technik nach Bankart operiert worden waren, wurden klinisch und radiologisch nachuntersucht. Bei der Röntgenuntersuchung wurde die Wertigkeit einzelner in der Literatur beschriebener Aufnahmetechniken zum Nachweis der Hill-Sachs-Läsion sowie knöcherner Veränderungen am(More)
Clinical and radiological examination was done in 61 patients in whom a Bankart procedure had been performed. In an X-ray follow-up the value of different techniques proving the Hill-Sachs-lesion and degenerative changes of the bony glenoid rim, as described in literature, was investigated. Eight X-rays were performed in each patient. Most of the(More)
Whereas anterior dislocation of the shoulder is very common, posterior dislocation occurs in less than 2% of all cases. The diagnosis of posterior shoulder dislocation - especially in locked position - is difficult. The exact knowledge of the position of the humeral head within the shoulder joint is extremely significant, as the following case shows. The(More)
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