ORIF

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ORIF

ORIF

Open reduction and internal fixation, see there.
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No specific article was found in the literature in which the failure of ankle open reduction internal fixation with concomitant ankle Charcot neuroarthropathy has been treated with a process similar to our own.
note that when a nutcracker cuboid fracture is associated with lateral column shortening, lengthening of the lateral column, open reduction internal fixation (ORIF), and bone grafting maybe needed [3].
After discussing the findings with the family, the patient was scheduled to undergo open reduction internal fixation of a type IIIB fracture and repair of the patellar tendon three days following the initial injury.
Open Reduction Internal Fixation for Proximal Humerus Fractures.
An additional left humerus open reduction internal fixation and a right iliac crest bone graft were performed.
Objectives: To compare the results of application of pop back slab Vs no back slab after Open reduction internal fixation in type III supracondylar humeral fracture.
Open reduction internal fixation with an eight-hole 3.5 mm plate was performed 8 days later, with secondary closure of the forearm wound (Fig.
Anderson concluded that Conte needed an open reduction internal fixation (ORIF).
In the current study, percutaneous fixation of spinopelvic dissociation showed a statistically lower intraoperative blood loss compared to open reduction internal fixation (171 cc versus 528 cc, p = 0.0013) and a lower rate of postoperative infections (1 versus 0, p = 0.483).
Given the collapse of the articular surface in his left knee, the patient was indicated for open reduction internal fixation with allograft bone.
An observational case series of HIV-positive patients treated with open reduction internal fixation for a closed lower extremity fracture.
Patients underwent open reduction internal fixation with PHILOS plate for the fracture under general anaesthesia/block.