Long-term outcome of 104 patients after lumbar sequestrectomy
according to Williams.
In one of these patients sequestrectomy
was performed after 3 months of stoppage of bisphosphonate therapy whereas other patient with mandibular lesion the surgery was performed after one year of discontinuation of injectable bisphosphonate.
observed that a combination of antimicrobial rinses, antibiotic therapy, nonsurgical sequestrectomy
, and local debridement is an appropriate and effective approach for management of ONJ .
Duration of DM Age (years) (years) Operation 52 26 Debridement, amputation of 2nd toe 40 12 Debridement, amputation of 1st toe of right foot; debridement repeated 3 times, and skin grafting 62 20 Debridement, amputation of phalanges 2nd and 4th toes of left foot 43 10 Debridement amputation of 3rd and 4th toes, incision of phlegmon of the right foot, and dearticulation of 2nd toe of the right foot 45 13 Debridement, incision of phlegmon 56 10 Debridement 31 12 Debridement, sequestrectomy
57 21 Debridement, amputation of left 3rd toe 96 11 Dearticulation 54 15 Debridement, digital dearticulation of 1st big toe of the right foot 56 10 Debridement TABLE 3: PEDIS 4 DFU patients in the series.
, curettage and appropriate chemotherapy was the key to child's recovery.
was carried out on the whole sphere of the bone cavity until visually viable bone.
 analyzed sequestrectomy
specimens and reported that the dominant feature of mandibular ORN was ischemic necrosis due to obliteration of the inferior alveolar artery by RT.
A study published in journal of bone and joint surgery by Paul tornetta, (23) Marc Bergman, Neil Watnik, Gregg Berkowitz, Jeffrey Steuer on grade III b compound fracture management of tibia 14 patients were treated with external fixators, there were 3 pin tract infections, which required unplanned removal of fixator one of these patients developed local osteomyelitis requiring sequestrectomy
and intra venous antibiotics two patients had superficial infection which cleared of after a short course of intravenous antibiotics and wound care two fractures have healed with mild varus malunion.
(resection of the sequestered lobe) for extralobar type and lobectomy versus segmentectomy (as performed in this case) for the intralobar varients are the possible surgical options.
Patients with established bone-in-bone appearance had a sequestrectomy
. Serial measurements of the erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) were done to monitor the progress of the disease.
and hyperali-mentation in the treatment of haemmorhagic pancreatitis.
and curettage were the cornerstones of surgical therapy.