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sequestrectomy

 [se″kwes-trek´tah-me]
excision of a sequestrum.

se·ques·trec·to·my

(sē'kwes-trek'tŏ-mē),
Operative removal of a sequestrum.
Synonym(s): sequestrotomy
[sequestrum + G. ektomē, excision]

sequestrectomy

/se·ques·trec·to·my/ (-trek´tah-me) excision of a sequestrum.

sequestrectomy

(sē′kwĭ-strĕk′tə-mē)
n.
Surgical removal of a sequestrum.

se·ques·trec·to·my

(sē'kwes-trek'tŏ-mē)
Operative removal of a sequestrum.
[sequestrum + G. ektomē, excision]

sequestrectomy

excision of a sequestrum.
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In one of these patients sequestrectomy was performed after 3 months of stoppage of bisphosphonate therapy whereas other patient with mandibular lesion the surgery was performed after one year of discontinuation of injectable bisphosphonate.
Sequestrectomy was done in both patients and primary closure was achieved.
During the investigation in the period of 1-2 years after operation, the recurrence of the purulent process with subsequent sequestrectomy was found in 4 (4.
3,13) The common treatment in this study was a combination of saucerisation, sequestrectomy and curettage.
1-7) Surgical options range from simple saucerisation, sequestrectomy and curettage with primary or secondary wound closure, (1) to radical bone debridement with bone grafting and/or muscle flap cover.
Delayed primary closure following sequestrectomy in chronic osteomyelitis.
Sequestrectomy was deferred for three months fearing the instability due to bone defect.
Except sequestrectomy defect, fracture united completely.
Moreover, early sequestrectomy might result in significant defect compelling the surgeon for bone transport thereby prolonging the treatment period.
Inclusion criteria were cases of Chronic non- healing ulcer, wounds after debridement and sequestrectomy in cases of chronic osteomyelitis.