329 Stress Fractures of the Distal Tibiaand Calcaneus Subsequent to Acute Fractures of the Tibia and Fibula MichaelB. Zlatkin1 Ann Bjorkengren DavidJ. Sartoris Donald Resnick Received February 25.1987: accepted after re-vision April 20,1987.
Department of Rehabilitation Services Physical Therapy Standard of Care: Tibial Plateau Fracture Case Type / Diagnosis: ICD-9: 823.00 - fracture of proximal tibia Tibial plateau fractures can occur as a result of high-energy trauma or in low-energy trauma when bone quality is poor.
In: Textbook of Small Animal Orthopaedics , C. D. Newton and D. M. Nunamaker (Eds.) Publisher: International Veterinary Information Service (www.ivis.org), Ithaca, New York, USA.
1 The Tibia and Femur: Long-Bone Intraosseous Restrictions by Marc Heller, DC Let's continue our tour of the lower extremities with a look at the two largest bones of the lower extremity, skipping over the knee for now.
Pediatric tibia fractures: current concepts KevinJ. Setter a and Kathryn E. Palomino b Purpose of review Fracture of the tibia is a common occurrence in children.
-Alignment of the plate to the shaft of the tibia is correct in both the AP and lateral views. Placement of the plate at this point will determine final flexion/extension reduction. 5 Drill for proximal screws While the plate is placed against the bone, use the 2.8 mm Percutaneous Drill Bit (324.214) to ...
31 Proximal Tibia Resection with Endoprosthetic Reconstruction Martin Malawer OVERVIEW Resection is a limb-sparing option for low-grade bony sarcomas and most high-grade (Stage IIA or IIB) sarcomas (e.g. osteosarcomas) arising from the proximal tibia.
Stress fracture of the distal tibia secondary to severe knee osteoarthritis: a case report Year2006, Volume14, No2
Introduction The AxSOS Locking Plate System is designed to treat periarticular or intra-articular fractures of the Proximal Humerus, Distal Femur, Proximal Tibia and the Distal Tibia.
Piller, MD,*and Michael Maloney, MD* Abstract: Tibia fractures in the skeletally immature patient can usually be treated without surgery. The purpose of this study was to assess the use of flexible titanium nails in the tibia that requires operative stabilization.