percutaneous pin

percutaneous pin

Orthopedics Orthopedic hardware commonly used there to treat humeral neck fractures, which has a self-threading screw tip. See Pin.
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Percutaneous pin fixation is one of the methods of treatment in a displaced radial physeal fracture with neurovascular compromise and significant volar soft tissue swelling
Displaced Supracondylar fractures of the Humerus in children, treated by Closed Reduction and percutaneous pin fixation.
Percutaneous pin fixation was used in cases of stable retention of the ulnar head after closed reduction, while ORIF was used in patients with unstable fractures of the distal ulna.
Comparison of external and percutaneous pin fixation with plate fixation for intra articular distal radius fractures.
Percutaneous pin fixation of fracture of the lower end of the humerus.
7) Immobilization of the involved extremity after closed reduction and percutaneous pin fixation with above elbow, plaster slab immobilization with arm to chest strapping gives additional rotational stability at the fracture site and prevent redisplacement.
The distal radius fracture was managed by closed reduction and percutaneous pin fixation [Figure 3].
But many methods have been proposed for the treatment of displaced supracondylar fractures of the humerus in children, such as Closed Reduction and Plaster of Paris slab application, Skin Traction, Overhead skeletal traction, Open reduction and Internal fixation and Closed Reduction and Percutaneous Pin Fixation.
Rodriguez-Merchan et al: plaster cast versus percutaneous pin fixation for communited fracture of the distal radius in patients between 46 and 65 years of age.
Various modalities of treatment have been proposed for the treatment of displaced supracondylar fractures of the humerus in children, such as closed reduction and plaster of paris slab application, skin traction, overhead skeletal traction, closed reduction and percutaneous pin fixation and open reduction with internal fixation.
Those fractures treated by closed reduction and percutaneous pin fixation, osteosutures and cancellous screw fixation.
DISCUSSION: This present study was instituted to analyze the outcome of closed reduction and percutaneous pin fixation for tongue-type calcaneal fractures.

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