Smith-Petersen, Marius N.

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Marius N., U.S. surgeon, 1886-1953.
Smith ankle prosthesis
Smith bone clamp
Smith clamp
Smith dislocation
Smith drill
Smith flexor pollicis longus abductor plasty
Smith fracture
Smith physical capacities evaluation
Smith prosthesis
Smith scissors
Smith STA-peg
Smith technique
Smith-Petersen acromioplasty
Smith-Petersen approach
Smith-Petersen cannulated nail
Smith-Petersen capsule retractor
Smith-Petersen cervical fusion
Smith-Petersen chisel
Smith-Petersen cup
Smith-Petersen cup arthroplasty
Smith-Petersen curved gouge
Smith-Petersen curved osteotome
Smith-Petersen fracture pin
Smith-Petersen hammer
Smith-Petersen hemiarthroplasty
Smith-Petersen hip cup prosthesis
Smith-Petersen incision
Smith-Petersen laminectomy rongeur
Smith-Petersen mallet
Smith-Petersen nail - a flanged nail for pinning a fracture of the neck of the femur.
Smith-Petersen nail with Lloyd adapter
Smith-Petersen osteotome
Smith-Petersen osteotomy
Smith-Petersen pin
Smith-Petersen plate
Smith-Petersen prosthesis
Smith-Petersen reamer
Smith-Petersen rongeur
Smith-Petersen sacroiliac joint fusion
Smith-Petersen spatula
Smith-Petersen straight gouge
Smith-Petersen straight osteotome
Smith-Petersen synovectomy
Smith-Petersen technique
Smith-Petersen transarticular nail
Smith-Petersen tucker
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As part of the modified Smith-Petersen approach, the anterosuperior iliac spine is osteotomized and reflected medially together with the origin of the sartorius muscle.
A further possibility is to execute only the first and more difficult ischial cut of the PAO by the lateral approach and to continue with the remaining periacetabular cuts, using the Smith-Petersen approach after repositioning of the patient into a supine decubitus position.
Periacetabular osteotomy through the Smith-Petersen approach.
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