CLASSIFICATION DE CAUCHOIX ET DUPARC PDF

CLASSIFICATION DE CAUCHOIX ET DUPARC PDF

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These were type III fractures according to the Cauchoix and Duparc classification. The fractures were treated with emergency wound care, wound dressing, and. articular surfaces around the knee, diaphyseal and metaphyseal fractures. Skin wounds were classified according to Cauchoix and Duparc classification (2). The classification of Cauchoix and Duparc [14] refers only to the external envelope without considering the deep lesions. Gustilo and Anderson [34] include the.

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J Trauma Manag Outcomes ;1: Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc ; The intramedullary nailing using a single knee incision has shown in this series better results. Clin Orthop Surg ;3: Ipsilateral fractures of the femoral and tibial diaphyses. Management of ipsilateral femoral and tibial fractures.

Fraser’s classification Click here to view. The intramedullary nailing using a single knee incision for treatment of extraarticular floating knee nine cases. A method for describing patients with multiple injuries and evaluating emergency care. All our patients were treated by the intramedullary nailing using a single knee incision. Treatment of open fractures of the leg.

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Comminuted fractures of the femoral shaft treated by intramedullary nailing. At least one of the fractures was open in three cases.

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Injury of knee ligament associated with ipsilateral femoral shaft fractures and with ipsilateral femoral and tibial shaft fractures. Floating knee injuries are uncommon and complex injuries. Fractures of the ipsilateral femur and tibia: Am J Orthop ; Ipsilateral fractures of the femur and tibia: Orthop Clin North Am ; Ipsilateral fractures of the femur and tibia in children and adolescents.

Bone union was achieved in eight cases with an average period of 93 days. Surgical treatment of type II floating knee: Clin Orthop Relat Res BMC Musculoskelet Disord ; How to cite this article: Femur fracture, floating knee, intramedullary nailing, single knee incision, tibia fracture. A retrospective analysis of cases.

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Floating knee injuries treated with single-incision technique versus traditional antegrade femur fixation: The mean operating time was min. Acta Orthop Scand ; The average Injury Severity Score was Emphasis on intra-articular and soft tissue injury.

Long-term results of four treatment methods.

Ipsilateral fracture of the femur and tibia. Ipsilateral fractures of the femur and tibia. We present the outcome of the intramedullary nailing using a single knee incision for treatment of extraarticular floating knee. The factors of severity in fractures of the lower femur. None, Conflict of Interest: Blake R, Mcbryde A.

External fixation of ipsilateral fractures of the femur and tibia. How to cite this URL: Treatment with retrograde femoral nailing and unreamed tibial nailing. Fracture of the medial femoral condyle as a complication of retrograde femoral nail removal. A high complication rate. Postoperative clinical, radiological, and functional outcomes. J Bone Joint Surg Am ;