brisement force

brise·ment for·cé

(briz-mon[h]' fōr-sā'),
Procedure infrequently used to treat frozen shoulder in which a forceful manipulation is performed to restore range of motion that usually results in disruption of adhesions and tearing of the joint capsule.
[Fr. forcible breaking]

brisement forcé

An obsolete, traumatic surgical procedure, once used to correct club foot deformity (or other bony ankylosis), in which soft tissues are torn and the bone crushed.

brise·ment for·cé

(brēs-mōn[h]' fōr-sā')
Procedure infrequently used to treat frozen shoulder in which a forceful manipulation is performed to restore range of motion that usually results in torn adhesions and adjacent joint capsule.
[Fr. forcible breaking]
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The management protocol in cases of ankylosis includes mainly brisement force, condylectomy and the gap arthroplasty.