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Tension is applied across the nonunion site using the Ilizarov device to induce distraction neo-genesis.
Early mobilisation of the ankle joint is another advantage of the Ilizarov device.
However, other experimental methods, such as external fixation with an Ilizarov device, have been employed with some success.
But to our knowledge, there are no published cases demonstrating its use in the setting of an infected tibial nonunion post-amputation, where the Ilizarov device simultaneously salvages stump length and fuses a nonunion.
At one month, the Ilizarov device was adjusted to promote stress about the nonunion site.
Although we report a successful outcome in this case, it is not to say that the use of the Ilizarov device is without setbacks.
In 1993 there were approximately 400 centers in the United States where an Ilizarov device could be applied and at least 1500 surgeons trained to perform the procedure.
This study has been aimed at making a retrospective and partly prospective analysis of the use of the Ilizarov device on a particular segment of the musculosceletal system that was applied at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology in Novi Sad from January 2003 until September 2016.
3 operations on average (from 1 to 4) before the Ilizarov device was applied.
The Ilizarov device is a modular construct consisting of 32 individual pieces that allows for 100s of possible configurations.