Kirschner wire placement in scaphoid bones using fluoroscopic navigation: a cadaver study comparing conventional techniques with navigation.

@article{Liverneaux2008KirschnerWP,
  title={Kirschner wire placement in scaphoid bones using fluoroscopic navigation: a cadaver study comparing conventional techniques with navigation.},
  author={Philippe Liverneaux and Anes Gherissi and Matthieu Beustes Stefanelli},
  journal={The international journal of medical robotics + computer assisted surgery : MRCAS},
  year={2008},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={165-73}
}
BACKGROUND During scaphoid fixation, a pin guide is first inserted along the axis of the scaphoid, and then a cannulated screw is inserted around the pin guide. At least, the pinguide is removed. To verify the position of the pin guide, fluoroscopy is typically used, with the disadvantage of irradiation. Thus, it is impossible to visualize the pin guide in more than one view simultaneously. The goal of this study was to compare two pin guide placement techniques in scaphoid fixation… CONTINUE READING

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