Chopart

Cho·part

(shō-pahr'),
François, French surgeon, 1743-1795. See: Chopart amputation, Chopart joint.
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chemotherapy 1 Amputation lower leg Poor A, M, I, E below knee 2 Amputation forefoot Good A, I, P in Chopart joint 3 Resection of talus, Poor A, M, I, P half os naviculare, and distal part of lateral calcaneus inch sinus tarsi; reimplantation of proximal talus: tumor in 1 cm distance 4 En bloc resection Poor A, P, E, HD-I distal part of tibia, fibula and talus 5 Amputation of foot: Poor A, M, I, P exarticulation upper ankle joint 6 Amputation lower leg Poor A, M, P below knee 7 Amputation lower leg Poor A, M, P below knee 8 Amputation lower leg -- n.f.s.
[12] reported 4 cases; 2 of them showed full recovery, 1 patient had a Chopart amputation and the last had dry gangrene of distal phalanx, resulting in the autoamputation of both upper and lower extremities.
Applying the topographic classification of Sanders and Frykberg, a midfoot affection type II and/or III, corresponding to the Lisfranc and Chopart joint region, was causal in all but one foot.
However, there has never been a report of psychogenic equinovarus caused by dislocation of the Chopart joint complex (the articulation between the talonavicular and calcaneocuboid joints) confirmed on computed tomography (CT) images.
Simon Kelly's away goal from last week counted for nothing as a glut of goals from Chopart (2), Fridjonsson, Beck-Andersen, Haukson and Fazlagic made it a night of misery for the Irish League boys.
X-rays and CT showed a fibrocartilaginous coalition of the calcaneonavicular joint along with partial osseous fusion of the naviculocuneiform (Chopart's joint) and medial cuneiform-first metatarsal joints (Figs.
Amputation Level Distal or Minor Amputation Proximal or Major Amputation Fore foot Toe Disarticulation Ray Transmetatarsal Mid foot Lis franc Chopart Syme Hind foot Boyd Pirogoff Modified Pirogoff Transtibial Below the knee Through the knee Gritti stokes Transfemoral Above the knee Hip Hip disarticulation METHODS AND METHODOLOGY
Durante estos tres anos y medio recibio ensenanzas de los mas famosos maestros como Joseph Macquer y Antoine Fourcroy de Quimica, de Antoine Portal (1732-1842) de Anatomia, de Pierre Desault (1744-1795) y Francoise Chopart (1743-1795) de Cirugia; y de Laurent de Jussieu y Louis Daubenton (1716-1800) de Historia Natural.
There appears to be a survival advantage for patients receiving CHOPART therapy, suggesting that a decrease in OIs was responsible for reduction in morbidity.
By contrast, the CoP progressed beyond the end of the residuum in a single person with a TMT amputation using a Blue Rocker Toe-Off Ankle Foot Orthosis (AFO) [10] and in persons with Chopart amputation using clamshell prostheses [8-9].
Charcot's osteoarthropathy may affect the forefoot, the tarsometatarsal joints, the Chopart's or naviculocuneiform joints, and the ankle or subtalar joints, or be isolated to the calcaneus.