A hármas medenceosteotomiák mütéttechnikai problémái. Korai eredményeink a "polygonalis" módszerrel.

Translated title of the contribution: Surgical-technical problems of triple pelvic osteotomy. Early results of the polygonal method

K. Szepesi, J. Rigó, T. Dávid, G. Szűcs

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Abstract

Since the first description of the triple pelvic osteotomies papers reporting on the improvement of the operative technique were continuously published. This is explained by the more problematic details of the operation. Authors worked out to the technique of the polygonal triple pelvic osteotomy, published by Kotz, Dávid and Uyka, a new exposure that makes more simple, quick and safe the performance of the operation. The essential feature is that the os ischii is reached after the osteotomy of the trochanter major from a lateral exposure and so the field of operation can be widely surveyed. At the same time transposition can also be performed. The experiences gained in 12 operations are reported, 8 of which were made according to their own method (follow-up: 8-22 months, in average 15 months). The patients were 14-33 years old and their complaints disappeared in every case. Authors suggest the operation for the correction of the dysplastic acetabulum in young adults and also in puberty after the fusion of the Y cartilage if no subluxation exists. Minor articular deformity and mild arthrosis are not considered as a contraindication.

Original languageHungarian
Title of host publicationMagyar traumatologia, ortopedia, kezsebeszet, plasztikai sebeszet
Pages67-76
Number of pages10
Volume36
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - 1993

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Osteotomy
Acetabulum
Joint Diseases
Puberty
Femur
Cartilage
Young Adult
Joints

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Szepesi, K., Rigó, J., Dávid, T., & Szűcs, G. (1993). A hármas medenceosteotomiák mütéttechnikai problémái. Korai eredményeink a "polygonalis" módszerrel. In Magyar traumatologia, ortopedia, kezsebeszet, plasztikai sebeszet (1 ed., Vol. 36, pp. 67-76)

A hármas medenceosteotomiák mütéttechnikai problémái. Korai eredményeink a "polygonalis" módszerrel. / Szepesi, K.; Rigó, J.; Dávid, T.; Szűcs, G.

Magyar traumatologia, ortopedia, kezsebeszet, plasztikai sebeszet. Vol. 36 1. ed. 1993. p. 67-76.

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Szepesi, K, Rigó, J, Dávid, T & Szűcs, G 1993, A hármas medenceosteotomiák mütéttechnikai problémái. Korai eredményeink a "polygonalis" módszerrel. in Magyar traumatologia, ortopedia, kezsebeszet, plasztikai sebeszet. 1 edn, vol. 36, pp. 67-76.
Szepesi K, Rigó J, Dávid T, Szűcs G. A hármas medenceosteotomiák mütéttechnikai problémái. Korai eredményeink a "polygonalis" módszerrel. In Magyar traumatologia, ortopedia, kezsebeszet, plasztikai sebeszet. 1 ed. Vol. 36. 1993. p. 67-76
Szepesi, K. ; Rigó, J. ; Dávid, T. ; Szűcs, G. / A hármas medenceosteotomiák mütéttechnikai problémái. Korai eredményeink a "polygonalis" módszerrel. Magyar traumatologia, ortopedia, kezsebeszet, plasztikai sebeszet. Vol. 36 1. ed. 1993. pp. 67-76
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