Proximal femoral nailing thesis

If your bone was fractured in many pieces or your bone is weak, it may take longer to heal, and it may be a longer time before your doctor recommends motion activities.

2. How are they classified? Femoral shaft (diaphyseal) fractures can be classified according to: Location - proximal , middle or distal third; Amount of ...

Rigid intramedullary fixation is an option for fixation of femur fractures in children older than 12 years of age and often eliminates problems with angular malalignment and shortening. These rigid nails are stronger and provide rigid fixation, thereby providing more internal support for a child or adolescent ( Beaty & Kasser, 2005 ) (see Figure 12A and B ). Reamed nailing with rigid nails is not recommended for children under the age of 12 years because of the smaller size of the femur as well as the increased risk for proximal femoral growth arrest and AVN of the femoral head ( Mileski, Garvin, & Huurman, 1995 ). Studies continue to evaluate unacceptable limb length discrepancy, angulation deformities, and rates of complications, as well as the impact on family care and healthcare costs with these difficult treatments.

Femoral Shaft Fracture Associated Injuries / Differntial Diagnosis

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proximal femoral nailing thesis

Proximal femoral nailing thesis

Femoral Shaft Fracture Associated Injuries / Differntial Diagnosis

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proximal femoral nailing thesis

Proximal femoral nailing thesis

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proximal femoral nailing thesis

Proximal femoral nailing thesis

Rigid intramedullary fixation is an option for fixation of femur fractures in children older than 12 years of age and often eliminates problems with angular malalignment and shortening. These rigid nails are stronger and provide rigid fixation, thereby providing more internal support for a child or adolescent ( Beaty & Kasser, 2005 ) (see Figure 12A and B ). Reamed nailing with rigid nails is not recommended for children under the age of 12 years because of the smaller size of the femur as well as the increased risk for proximal femoral growth arrest and AVN of the femoral head ( Mileski, Garvin, & Huurman, 1995 ). Studies continue to evaluate unacceptable limb length discrepancy, angulation deformities, and rates of complications, as well as the impact on family care and healthcare costs with these difficult treatments.

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Proximal femoral nailing thesis

Femoral Shaft Fracture Associated Injuries / Differntial Diagnosis

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Proximal femoral nailing thesis

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proximal femoral nailing thesis

Proximal femoral nailing thesis

2. How are they classified? Femoral shaft (diaphyseal) fractures can be classified according to: Location - proximal , middle or distal third; Amount of ...

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proximal femoral nailing thesis

Proximal femoral nailing thesis

Rigid intramedullary fixation is an option for fixation of femur fractures in children older than 12 years of age and often eliminates problems with angular malalignment and shortening. These rigid nails are stronger and provide rigid fixation, thereby providing more internal support for a child or adolescent ( Beaty & Kasser, 2005 ) (see Figure 12A and B ). Reamed nailing with rigid nails is not recommended for children under the age of 12 years because of the smaller size of the femur as well as the increased risk for proximal femoral growth arrest and AVN of the femoral head ( Mileski, Garvin, & Huurman, 1995 ). Studies continue to evaluate unacceptable limb length discrepancy, angulation deformities, and rates of complications, as well as the impact on family care and healthcare costs with these difficult treatments.

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