The biological osteosynthesis provides the minimized invasiveness of surgical : 19359712 [indexed for medline] sharemesh termsmesh termscartilage, articular/injuries*cartilage, articular/surgery*femalefracture fixation, internal/methods*fractures, bone/therapy*fractures, comminuted/therapy*humanslower extremity/injuries*lower extremity/surgery*malemiddle agedtreatment outcomelinkout - more resourcesmedicalfractures - medlineplus health informationpubmed commons home.
The study objective implied the consideration and analysis of the results of biological osteosynthesis, performed on multifragmental extra-articular fractures of lower limb long tubular bones, also to determine the indications and advantages of different methods of biological osteosynthesis.
The principle of biological osteosynthesis was worked out, which, in contrast to ao original concept, implies the indirect (closed) reduction and "bridge-like" (elastic) fixation, without intervening on fracture area, and additionally, with maximally preserved vascularization of intermediate fragments.
Commentshow to join pubmed commonshow to cite this comment:Ncbi > literature > es of orthopaedic and trauma surgerymay 2010, volume 130, issue 5,Pp 667–672 | cite asbiological osteosynthesis of complex proximal humerus fractures: surgical technique and results from a prospective single center trialauthorsauthors and affiliationsashok s.
In 75 cases, osteosynthesis was accomplished through an external fixator, and in remaining 78 cases - by different kinds of plates.
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2009 mar;(168):ical osteosynthesis as the treatment mode for multifragmental extra-articular fractures of lower limb long dze information1acad.
Finally, some new devices contributing to the principles of biological osteosynthesis like locking plates and the lis-system are gaining : 15469150 [indexed for medline] sharepublication type, mesh termspublication typehistorical articlemesh termsbone nailsexternal fixators/historyfracture fixation, internal/history*fracture fixation, internal/methods*fractures, closed/surgery*history, 18th centuryhistory, 19th centuryhistory, 20th centuryhistory, ancienthumansinfection/etiologyinternal fixators/historypubmed commons home.
The unreamed nail can also be considered as a biological osteosynthesis and in a lot of cases it is the implant of choice for tibial and femoral shaft fractures, especially in polytrauma patients.
The strategies of biological osteosynthesis are used when the surgeon determines before surgery that anatomical reconstruction of the multiple cortical fragments is unlikely to result in load sharing.
Biological osteosynthesis provides clinical advantages over anatomic reconstruction with respect to a reduction in surgical and healing time without increasing complication al relevance— highly comminuted long‐bone fractures can be successfully repaired using an in without reconstructing the fracture fragments in dogs.
In these highly comminuted fractures, better results can be achieved by applying a set of biological osteosynthesis strategies in which preservation of vascular supply to the damaged bone is balanced with rigid fracture : 10503290 [indexed for medline] sharepublication type, mesh termspublication typereviewmesh termsanimalsbone transplantation/veterinary*dogs/injuries*fracture fixation, internal/veterinary*fracture healing*fractures, bone/veterinary*linkout - more resourcesmedicalfractures - medlineplus health informationbone grafts - medlineplus health informationpubmed commons home.
Kipshidze central university clinic, ctthe concept of stable-rigid osteosynthesis developed by ao asif was subjected to basical changes recently, with regard to the treatment strategy of multifragmental extra-articular fractures.
A huge advantage compared to plate osteosynthesis is also the biological type of stabilization with minimal invasion of the soft tissues.
In case of biological osteosynthesis, the consolidation process gains the maximally physiological course, without lysing the intermediate fragments, and with development of endosteal-periosteal callus having the rigid framework.
These insights lead to the development of the "biological osteosynthesis" : a terminology introduced to indicate a new type of osteosynthesis leading to a sufficiently stable fixation of the bone fragments allowing early mobilisation, but without major disturbance of the vascularisation.
117 patients with 153 fractures of lower limb long bones were treated by the method of biological osteosynthesis in the department of traumatology and orthopedics of the central university clinic, in the period of 2000-2008.