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Judet's Quadricepsplasty for Extension Contracture of the Knee (Stiff Knee)
Between January 2003 to 2013 Judet’s Quadricepsplasty was performed on 32 stiff knees. The initial preoperative range of movement was 15° (range 10°25°). Postoperative plaster immobilization was onlyExpand
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Treatment of Patella Fractures by Compressive External Fixation (CEF)
Recent traditional treatment of patella fractures is related with infection and failure of fixation. The complications that we see can be treated surgically which is cost effective and limits theExpand
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The Treatment of Cubitus Valgus Using the Ilizarov Method
Cubitus valgus is the most common complication of lateral condylar fractures. Various combinations of osteotomy and fixation have been described to correct valgus deformity. We are using distractionExpand
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Damage Control Orthopaedics
Treatment of Humerus Nonunion Using G.A. Ilizarov Technique
The management of the humerus nonunion is one of the most challenging problems that the surgeon confronts in his practice. The procedures traditionally used are: I.M. Nailing, interlocking, plating,Expand
Management of forearm bone gap non-unions by Ilizarov technique
Purpose Proper treatment of forearm bone gap non-union should achieve both biological stimulation of the bone and elastic mechanical stability. The use of Ilizarov technique enhances the healing ofExpand
Treatment of clavicle fractures by Ilizarov technique
We treated 28 clavicle fractures with a mean age of 45 years (15-55) years with mini Ilizarov fixation from January 1999 to January 2015 at Bari-Ilizarov Orthopaedic Centre and NITOR, Dhaka. Out ofExpand
Deformities of Cerebral Palsy Treated By Ilizarov Technique
Cerebral palsy is a condition that affects thousands of babies and children each year. It is not contagious, which means no one can catch it from anyone who has it. The word cerebral means having toExpand
Reconstruction of bone loss of diaphyseal tibial bones using G.A. Ilizarov technique
The management of segmental defects within the diaphysis of long bones is one of the most challenging problems that the surgeon confronts in his practice. The procedures traditionally used to bridgeExpand