Medial Approach To Lateral Sesamoid Removal And Presentation Of Case Series

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Abstract Title CLINICAL TRIAD FOR DIAGNOSING HIP FRACTURES

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Tibial sesamoidectomy: indications and outcomes

The hallux sesamoid complex consists of two small bones, the tibial (medial) sesamoid and the fibular (lateral) sesamoid, that lie within the tendon of the flexor hallucis brevis plantar to the first metatarsophalangeal joint of the foot (1). The sesamoids aid in biomechanical functioning of the foot, particularly in walking and running (2). The

David B. Thordarson, M.D. Professor of Orthopaedics

Post syndesmosis screw removal, CT scan showed 5/6 mal reductions spontaneously reduced after screw removal Conclusion syndesmotic screw removal may be helpful to achieve final anatomical reduction of distal tibiofibular joint Note: Personal clinical experience is generally the fibula is

International Journal of Surgery Case Reports

PRESENTATION OFCASE:A 31-year old woman presented with left foot severe pain, especially at the level of the metatarsophalangeal joint (MTPJ) of the second ray, underestimated upon initial evaluation. She had a history of repetitive microtraumas, a long second metatarsal bone and altered forefoot kinematics. Clinical

Percutaneous Reduction and External Fixation for Foot and

The authors present their approach to percutaneous fracture reduction followed by external fixation stabilization techniques for foot and ankle fracture-dislocations in the high-risk patient through a series of case illustra-tions about the forefoot, hindfoot, and ankle. Comminuted metatarsal fractures

Alternative surgical treatment for synovial ganglion cyst of

This was located just proximal to the lateral sesamoid bone and to the palmar annular ligament (PAL), adjacent to the proximo-lateral aspect of the DFTS and to the lateral neurovascular bundle. The margin of the cyst-like structure was well demarcated and closely associated with the lateral wall of the DFTS. A circular defect in the medial

The Complications of Medial Patellofemoral Ligament

Of the 54 knees represented in this case series, this was the first surgical intervention for patellofemoral instability for 66.66% (n = 36) of the knees, whereas 33.33% (n = 18) of the knees had prior surgical interventions that failed to provide patellofemoral stability, ranging from lateral release and medial plication (n = 7), Roux-Goldthwait