derotation

de·ro·ta·tion

(dē'rō-tā'shŭn),
1. A turning back.
2. In orthopedics, the correction of a rotation deformity by turning or rotating the deformed structure toward a normal position.
[L. de, away, + rotatio, turning]

de·ro·ta·tion

(dē-rō-tā'shŭn)
1. A turning back.
2. orthopedics The correction of a rotation deformity by turning or rotating the deformed structure toward a normal position.
[L. de, away, + rotatio, turning]
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However, it lacks axial distraction forces and cannot perform derotation.
In our study of subtrochanteric fractures treated with PFN, we encountered intraoperative complications like iatrogenic fracture of lateral cortex in 2 cases (10%) due to selection of wrong entry point, failure to put derotation screw in 2 cases (10%) and guidewire breakage in 1 case (5%).
Despite reports stating that tibiotarsal rotation cannot be treated successfully with surgery, (8) our results demonstrated that rotation treatment is possible by creating a closed fracture and fixing the fracture after derotation.
We manipulated the rods to gain distraction and derotation along with the hyperextension of the injured level which led to the correction of deformity and indirect decompression of the spinal canal at the level of fracture and stenosis.
Various surgical procedures such as resection and primary anastomosis, derotation and sigmoidopexy, exteriorization (Hartmann's procedure), Paul-Mikulicz colostomy, and mesocoloplasty are advocated for surgical treatment.
Derotation of 35[degrees] and varus of 30[degrees] were chosen using the intraoperative stability of the hip (Figures 4(a)-4(e)).
The case presented in this article delineates the management of a rotated upper left lateral incisor with orthodontic derotation by using 2x4 appliance, followed by laser assisted circumferential supracrestal fiberotomy and splinting with bonded maxillary custom lingual retainer.
If conservative management fails, surgical management includes duodenojejunostomy, gastrojejunostomy, or even lysis of the ligament of Treitz with derotation of the bowel (Strong procedure) may be utilized.
The operative procedure included adductor tenotomy open reduction capsulorraphy Salter's osteotomy and a femoral derotation osteotomy.
5 The titanium to transpedicular stabilization of the spine in the thoracic-lumbar segmental derotation with the possibility of circles - Block Operational Children.
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