cannulated screw

cannulated screw

A screw with a hollow shaft and a low pullout strength compared to conventional screws, which can be placed with reasonable precision and minimal trauma using Kirscher ("K") wires.
 
Complication
CSs may perforate the joint if placed in a bone near subchondral bone.

cannulated screw

Orthopedics A screw with a hollow shaft, a low pullout strength compared to conventional screws, which can be placed with reasonable precision and minimal trauma using Kirscher ("K") wires Complication CSs may perforate the joint if placed in a bone with their tips close to the subchondral bone. See Screw.
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0-mm cannulated screw was then inserted and directed perpendicularly to the SI articulation while chondral surfaces were avoided.
The main treatments for femoral neck fractures include cannulated screw fixation, which is usually used in non-displaced fractures or fractures in young patients, and joint replacement.
A medial end of same stainless steel wire now turned and passed through the medial side of cannulated screw head so that it came out from the cannulated cancellous screw from lateral side.
Patients fixed with cannulated screw gradually returned and completed their training after union.
We report a case of a 15-year-old male who developed severe left-sided hemiplegia and hemi-sensory loss 20 minutes after arrival in post anaesthetic care unit following an uneventful general anaesthesia for removal of a cannulated screw of left hip.
5-mm diameter cannulated screw was just as effective as a 4.
1 case aged 63 in Type-III was treated with total hip arthroplasty, while the other 2 cases were treated with open reduction by cannulated screw fixation.
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Case-control study on cannulated screw fixation and percutaneous autogenous bone marrow grafting for the treatment of femoral neck fractures].
Preliminary clinical observation of cannulated screw and fibular allograft fixation in treatment of femoral neck fractures in young and middle-aged patients (in Chinese).