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Fractures of the lower end of the tibia into the ankle joint: results 9 years after open reduction and internal fixation.
Outcomes of 84 comminuted distal tibia fractures in 82 patients treated by open reduction and internal fixation were reported. The operative procedure sought to restore bone length and correct axis,Expand
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Five years' follow-up of severely injured ICU patients.
We conducted a 5-year follow-up study of a group of 461 consecutive trauma patients treated in our Intensive Care Unit from 1980 to 1983. The entry criteria (initial survival and severe injury: ISSExpand
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Severe skiing injuries: a retrospective analysis of 361 patients including mechanism of trauma, severity of injury, and mortality.
All ski accident patients requiring an inhospital treatment at our institute from 1984 to 1992 (n = 2,053) were analyzed retrospectively. The incidence, pattern, and severity of the injuries, as wellExpand
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Management of displaced supracondylar fractures of the humerus in children.
A series of 33 children with displaced supracondylar fractures of the humerus (SFH) were all treated operatively by open reduction and internal fixation or by closed reduction and percutaneousExpand
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Osteosynthesis of 245 tibial shaft fractures: early and late complications.
A consecutive series of 245 fresh fractures of the tibial shaft, including 60 open fractures underwent operation in a 5 year period (1980-1984). Two hundred and forty-two (98.8 per cent) of theseExpand
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Intraoperative distraction in the treatment of complex nonunions of the radius.
Two unique cases of complex nonunions of the radius are presented. Each was characterized by bone loss, disruption of the distal radioulnar joint, and loss of axial alignment. Indirect reduction andExpand
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SPAETRESULTATE NACH OPERATIVER BEHANDLUNG DER GELENKBRUECHE AM DISTALEN TIBIAENDE (SOG. PILON-FRAKTUREN)
DIE STAUCHUNGSFRAKTUREN (34 % VERKEHRS- UND ARBEITSUNFAELLE) DES DISTALEN UNTERSCHENKELS (PILON TIBIAL) GEHOEREN WEITERHIN ZU DEN SCHWERWIEGENDSTEN BRUECHEN UEBERHAUPT. DIE BESTENExpand
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Fractures of the lower end of the tibia into the ankle joint: results 9 years after open reduction and internal fixation.
Summary Between 1959 and 1966, 82 patients with 84 fractures of the distal end of the tibia into the ankle joint were treated by open reduction, anatomical reconstruction, and internal fixation. TheExpand
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