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Marius Johann Baptist Keel, Lorin Michael Benneker, Klaus Arno Siebenrock, Johannes Dominik Bastian
BACKGROUND: Lumbopelvic distraction stabilization with (triangular osteosynthesis) or without additional iliosacral screw allows anatomic reduction of the posterior pelvic ring after severely displaced sacral fractures, correction or resection osteotomies of malunions, respectively, septic sacroiliitis and permits early weight bearing. However, this technique is complicated by wound necrosis or infection in up to 20% to 30%. We describe our experience with a less invasive technique. METHODS: The presented technique was performed in a consecutive series (December 2006 to October 2009) of 10 patients (mean age: 47 years, 23-85 years; 5 men)...
September 2011: Journal of Trauma
Michael Ciaschini, Murali Sundaram
Although the Morel-Lavallé lesion was originally described over 150 years ago and is a well known entity about the pelvis and femora, its occurrence in the prepatellar region has only recently been reported. While Tejwani et al asserted that prepatellar MLL and prepatellar bursitis can be readily distinguished clinically, the absence of prepatellar MLL from the literature until recently suggests that it may be under-diagnosed. Magnetic resonance imaging can be a helpful adjunct to the clinical examination in diagnosing MLL, primarily by confirming the precise extent of the fluid beyond the expected anatomic margins of the prepatellar bursa...
July 2008: Orthopedics
J C Bertrand, F Guilbert, G Couly, J M Descrozailles, J M Vaillant
The authors report a case of post-traumatic jugal lymphatical effusions associated to a fistula of Stensen's Duct. The lesions have healed by placing a suction drainage without modelling catheterism.
1978: Revue de Stomatologie et de Chirurgie Maxillo-faciale
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