Sigvard T Hansen

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Adult acquired flatfoot is generally characterized by loss of the longitudinal arch, hindfoot valgus, and forefoot abduction, but the precise deformity has not been adequately described at the level of individual joints. Simulated weightbearing CT scans and plain radiographs of 37 symptomatic flat feet were examined in this study. The degree of arthritic(More)
The results of medial column stabilization, lateral column lengthening, and combined medial and lateral procedures were reviewed in the treatment of adult acquired flatfoot secondary to posterior tibialis tendon insufficiency. All bony procedures were accompanied by transfer of the flexor digitorum longus tendon to the medial cuneiform or stump of the(More)
BACKGROUND The Strayer procedure (gastrocnemius recession) is a treatment option for patients with clinically relevant gastrocnemius equinus contracture. The purpose of this study was to review the surgical anatomy of the Strayer procedure with specific reference to 1) the location of the sural nerve, and 2) the gastrocnemius tendon release point. METHODS(More)
The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of a previously described technique of regional analgesia (continuous infusion of local anesthetic through a catheter placed at the time of amputation within the exposed sciatic or posterior tibial nerve) on relieving the postoperative pain in a heterogeneous group of patients who underwent lower(More)
Cavovarus foot deformity, which often results from an imbalance of muscle forces, is commonly caused by hereditary motor sensory neuropathies. Other causes are cerebral palsy, cerebral injury (stroke), anterior horn cell disease (spinal root injury), talar neck injury, and residual clubfoot. In cavovarus foot deformity, the relatively strong peroneus longus(More)
  • Mikael Svenstrup, Søren Hansen, Tranberg, Hans Andersen, Jørgen, Thomas Bak +7 others
  • 2015
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Fixation for ankle arthrodesis often consists of compression screws. A technique using a mechanically sound configuration for stable fixation is presented. The spatial orientation of the screws is in the form of a tripod that provides circumferential compression across the fusion mass. The sequence of delivery of the hardware minimizes the likelihood of(More)
In patients with distal radioulnar dislocations that are associated with a loss of radial shaft substance, the use of an external distractor that is applied to the distal radial fragment and the proximal ulnar shaft allows proper reduction of distal radioulnar articulation. The pins should be placed close to a joint so that the holes left after the pins are(More)
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