1 Open reduction and internal fixation with plating is generally accepted as the best method of treatment for displaced diaphyseal
fractures of the humerus in the adult, with advantages of stable fixation, direct visualization, protection of the radial nerve, and sparing of the adjacent shoulder and elbow joint from injury.
2 Nestled of trochanteric proximal femur anti-rotation ,Nestled distal femur retrograde,Nestled diaphyseal
tibia titanium etc
The following data are studied on the diaphyseal
nutrient foramina of femur:
fractures result in disruption of continuity of diaphyseal
cortical bone and are common in dogs.
Finally, primary reverse shoulder arthroplasty for isolated head-splitting fractures or split fractures with long segment diaphyseal
extension is another treatment option in older patients (>65 years old) as indicated by two recent reports describing mixed population of complex fractures of the proximal humerus [13,14].
sup] Based on the MIS theory, a series of minimally invasive percutaneous plate osteosynthesis instruments are developed and widely applied in the management of periarticular fractures, metaphyseal fractures, and diaphyseal
Outcome of close reduction and casting in close tibial diaphyseal
37] conducted a study which was aimed at revealing the differences in radiographic and histological outcomes of bone repair by using flexible intramedullary nailing combined with the Ilizarov external fixation versus the Ilizarov external fixation alone on a canine model of an open diaphyseal
The heterogeneous material properties of the bone were modeled with six sections of different modulus (cortical diaphyseal
, cortical metaphyseal, cancellous epiphyseal, cancellous metaphyseal 1 and 2, and cancellous diaphyseal
) [3, 14, 17].
Orthopaedic surgeons often encounter diaphyseal
femur fractures, because these fractures most often result from high - energy trauma, one must have high index of suspicion for complications.
Management of a femoral diaphyseal
fracture in a patient with Klippel-Trenaunay- Weber syndrome: a case report.
It should be noted, however, that Ewing's is not limited to a diaphyseal
location; in fact , it is often found in metaphyseal or metadiaphyseal locations.