Ilizarov technique


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Il·i·zar·ov technique

n. Ilizarov, técnica de, controlación de osteogenesis con alargamiento del hueso y corrección de deformidades angulares, y de rotación cortando la capa exterior del hueso sin penetrar la cavidad medular.
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KEYWORDS: Ilizarov technique, Ilizarov method, Non unions of femur fractures.
'At the University College Hospital, Ibadan, we have been working on correcting bow legs, what is termed Blount's disease in medical parlance, using the Ilizarov technique.
[1] Historically, it was managed with massive cancellous bone graft, [1,2] Ilizarov technique, Vascularised fibular graft and limb shortening.
As alternative surgical option, about one-half of orthopaedic surgeons (20/43, 47%) would lengthen by callus distraction, either with intramedullary nailing devices or with Ilizarov technique. Additionally, 40% (17/42) of participants often or always consider epiphysiodesis as an option to guide growth.
Maini, "Management of massive posttraumatic bone defects in the lower limb with the Ilizarov technique," Acta Orthopaedica Belgica, vol.
The basic principle of Ilizarov technique is the use of a percutaneous corticotomy that minimizes trauma to the periosteum and preserves the blood supply of the bone marrow and periosteum [15].
Cattaneo, "Lengthening of the forearm by the Ilizarov technique," Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, vol.
Specialized reconstructive procedures, such as Ilizarov technique [6] and induced membrane technique [7] are widely used in recent years.
The evolution of the Ilizarov technique. Part 1: the history of limb lengthening.
The Ilizarov technique is also used to correct long-bone defects after surgical removal of bone neoplasia in human patients, allowing limb preservation and optimizing function.
Versatility of Ilizarov technique in difficult cases of ankle arthrodesis and review of literature.
In February this year, Judith, who suffers from achondroplasia (a form of dwarfism that affects one in 100,000 people) underwent a laborious and expensive surgery called the Ilizarov technique, carried out by Dubai-based paediatric orthopaedic surgeon Dr Marc Sinclair under the aegis of the UK-registered charity, The Little Wings Foundation.