Callander amputation

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Cal·lan·der am·pu·ta·tion

(kal'ăn-dĕr),
tenontoplastic amputation through the femur at the knee.
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Cal·lan·der am·pu·ta·tion

(kal'ăn-dĕr amp'yū-tā'shŭn)
Tenontoplastic amputation through the femur at the knee.
Synonym(s): knee disarticulation amputation.
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Callander,

Latimer, U.S. surgeon, 1892-1947.
Callander amputation - tenontoplastic amputation through the femur at the knee.
Callender derotational brace
Callender technique hip prosthesis
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This prospective observational study found worse outcomes in trauma patients with knee disarticulation amputation than in patients with transtibial or transfemoral amputations.