Transtrochanteric rotational osteotomy, section after Sugioka.


BACKGROUND Femoral caput necrosis is an actual therapeutic problem, because it appears mainly in mid-aged people. The necrotic focus is most often localized in the proximal and ventral parts of the femoral bone capitulum, which, from the biomechanical point of view is the most loaded part. These cases can be possibly treated by transtrochanteric rotational… (More)


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